Importance of Tools In Guasa Therapy

Guasa Healing Therapy is an ancient Chinese healing technique that predates modern medicine. It is a therapy that makes use of scraping techniques, with the aid of tools, to treat…

How Many Levels of Thai Massage Should You Learn?

There is no end to learning, but there are many beginnings. Learning is never cumulative. It is a movement of knowing which has no end. In fact, our entire life…

Guided Meditation Healing Tips – Hear From Experts

You cannot live a positive life with a negative mind. The best cure for the body is a quiet mind. Guided Meditation is the magic that helps you let go…

Thai Yoga Bodywork Practices to Correct Your Posture

A good stance and posture reflect a proper state of mind. Good posture is the one most important thing anybody can adopt to look better. Anyone can have a good…

How Sound Healing Therapy Benefits Your Well-Being

Sound is regarded by many as the medicine of the future. But is it really a new-age wellness technique? Well, the power of sound has been used by the ancients…

Best Thai Massage Therapy Courses You Should Be Learning

Health is the greatest gift and contentment is the greatest wealth. A massage touches the body, calms the mind and heals the soul.

Foot Reflexology, sole for well-being

Reflexology is not just foot massage, it is also complementary to medical treatment. It is a holistic approach for well-being, as we believe that the feet reflects the body, organs and glands. We work with the right pressure on the feet, which would keep the recipient comfortable.

Amatarot therapy

We at IMOSHA practice and promote the therapeutic healing art of Amatarot, envisioned and practiced by Luampo Somboon, a Thai Buddhist monk who dedicated his life to developing the unique technique of bodywork and traditional Thai medicine.

Massage and Sleep

Sleep is most important for our wellbeing. Sleep deprivation reduces the productivity and increases risk at work place. It could also lead to many diseases.

The Four Principles of Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Massage should always follow these four basic principles Always start from the extremities of the body (laterally), work toward the core of the body (medially),