Mudan Massage in Burgos

Thai  (Traditional Thai Massage)

Knowing Thai massage, the therapeutic art for mind and body

Thai massage, an ancient technique of manipulation that promotes the energetic circulation of the body for the well-being of the organism, is born with great influence in oriental traditional medicine.

In Thai massage, a combination of manual movements, pressure points, extensions and controlled passive stretching is implemented to achieve a gradual opening of the body, promoting the flow of vital and emotional energy.

Classic Thai massage, performed in Tatami.
Ideal as a decontracting and tonifying massage.

40 € / 60 mins.
Classic Thai massage, performed in Tatami.
It is based on press and stretch.

25 € / 35 mins.
Known as bamboo therapy, it is an alternative therapy technique aimed to revitalize the body, achieving full relaxation and eliminating toxins from the skin. It also allows working on adipose tissues to eliminate accumulated fat, eliminate fluids and relieve muscular ailments.

40 € / 60 mins.


Hot stone massage, also known as geothermal therapy, is one of the most popular in most Western spas during the last decade. This therapy focuses on stimulating the "chakras".
This custom has its origins in ancient oriental disciplines, and the main belief behind the method is that obstructions in the energy of the body can cause us to suffer from some disease or discomfort, so it is necessary to activate those areas, and make sure that the energy flow properly.

40 € / 60 mins.

Therapeutic art for mind and body

The origins of Thai massage go back about 2500 years, based on physical and medicinal practices of India and China, being established in Thailand by Buddhist monks.

From these cultures philosophical beliefs, religious movements and medical clinic are combined to cure not only physical ailments but also to balance spiritual energy.

It is considered a healing art in which the masseuse must master his own organism and commune with the states of divided consciousness (Buddhism) to transmit the energetic essence to the patient.

Technique for comprehensive well-being

By combining pressure movements in acupuncture points, kneading muscles and skeletal manipulation, Thai massage seeks to achieve three objectives:

Undo the blockages of vital energy, restore its flow and harmonize the organism.

Relax muscles, promote the development of elastic fibers and promote range of motion.

Work the joints to recover the corporal flexibility, strengthen cartilages and ligaments.

The Thai technique includes relaxing and decontracting massages but also subjects the patient to stretches and swings that, although controlled, take the body to the limit of its capacity.

To do this, the therapist uses his hands, thumbs, elbows, forearms, feet and knees, in addition to grip positions on the patient.

Benefits of Thai massage

Thai massage eliminates blockages that cause muscle and nerve tension to relax the body and mind.

The friction on the skin promotes blood irrigation, which favors the aesthetic appearance and recovery of muscle injuries.

With the punctual pressure relieves ailments and stimulates the nerve endings of the body. While extensions and push-ups tone the musculoskeletal structure, it improves flexibility and promotes movement.