Lemongrass Thai Therapy Ltd offers Thai Massage therapies to customers throughout the local area. Established in 2010, the business is situated near  Lily Hill park Bracknell. with  easy  access from  all directions  with  ample free  park 25 yard from our  location. 

 Offering authentic, traditional Thai massage in Bracknell.

Lemongrass Thai Therapy offers the chance to experience the wonders of authentic, traditional Thai massage therapies.

Many people feel Thai massage is ideal for relieving the aches and pains suffered from sports and everyday activities. Feeling stressed? A therapeutic reflexology foot massage could be the ideal way for dealing with ailments and combating anxieties.

With a private studio and fully qualified therapist, the company delivers a professional Holistic experience to local people. The therapies follow the practice to the Wat Pho Temple Bangkok. Many people feel Thai oil massage or Traditional Thai massage  is ideal for relieving the aches and pains suffered from sports and everyday activities it is also rewarding for the therapist to know they are helping customers to live a healthier lifestyle.

The company sources various therapy oils from Thailand that are authentic and widely used in the region and through the use of these oils, Lemongrass Thai Therapy aims to relieve stress by stimulating endorphins in your body, thus improving your well-being and state of mind. The Oils are applied by hand with a good choice of essentials oils, making them appropriate for different skin types, and they are available to choose from at the studio.

With 1 full time therapist, Lemongrass Thai Therapy Ltd hope to offer a consistent level of service The therapist was certified in Thailand, trained at the Wat Pho School of massage Bangkok.

Lemongrass Thai Therapy Ltd has a steady network of clients, located in the local area, including people from all walks of life both men and women.

Wat Pho School of massage
This is the world famous Temple of the reclining Budda in Bangkok. A University has been located there over 300 years ago. It has become the centre for Thai Traditional Medicine and Massage. In 1955 the School of Thai medicine and massage. The school is approved by the Ministry of Education.

Where did I qualify.

I trained at the Watpho Thai traditional Medical School in Bangkok

What should I expect during my visit?

Traditional Thai massage is usually done on a padded mat on the floor.

No oil is applied, so you are fully dressed. Lemongrass Therapy provide a change of clothes for the massage.

Whilst traditional oil massage in on a table with minimal clothing (You have under wear  on  you will then be covered with towels at no point will you be naked).
 A typical Thai massage is 60 minutes to two hours long

Easy it easy to book?

Yes  Either send us a text / email or  use the  booking  widget found on all the page of this  site.  The latter  lets you  see immediately what  availability I  have. 

Can I  get an appointment the same day.  

Yes, however it is not a guarantee, currently many days  such as  Friday and Sunday are booked up weeks in advance. 

Can I  have a massage if I have a cold or recently been ill.
We have many member of the public benefit from our treatments and it would be remiss of us to let ourselves and or them catch  your cold. We reserve the right to decline treatment on arrival. 

Massage  can not cure Colds, please respect yourselves and other and re-arrange your  booking

What conditions is Thai massage used for?

Many people find that Thai massage has the following benefits:

  • relaxes
  • reduces stress
  • improves circulation
  • increases energy
  • increases flexibility
  • improves range of motion
  • centers the mind and body

Massage is not recommended for certain people:

  • infectious skin disease, rash, or open wounds
  • immediately after surgery
  • immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor
  • prone to blood clots. There is a risk of blood clots being dislodged. If you have heart disease, check with your doctor before having a massage
  • pregnant women should check with their doctor first if they are considering getting a massage. Massage in pregnant women should be done by massage therapists who are certified in pregnancy massage.
  • massage should not be done directly over bruises, inflamed skin, unhealed wounds, tumors, abdominal hernia, or areas of recent fractures.
Additional tips

  • Don’t eat a heavy meal before the massage
  • Be sure that your massage therapist has your complete health history, because people with certain conditions should not have Thai massage.
  • If you feel discomfort at any time, let your massage therapist know.

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