Cancer Care - Thai Massage

Thai massage is a full-body, clothed massage that includes the use of a variety of stretching, trigger-point, and movement techniques.

Thai massage is performed on a large, padded floor mat, and techniques are adjusted to the client’s comfort level and movement capacity.

How is Thai massage different from other types?  No oil is required in a Thai massage, so you may remain fully clothed.  Rather than just using hands, fists, forearms and elbows, a Thai massage therapist may use legs and feet during the massage, so the floor mat allows for this flexibility.

Thai massage therapy helps patients relax, alleviate pain, and improve mobility.  It can address the specific needs of patients undergoing treatment for cancer, as well as managing long-term side effects of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

When caring for a patient with cancer, massage can be part of personal self-care to manage stress, fatigue, anxiety and depression.  Regular massage promotes overall health and wellness.

Thai Massage Therapist & Clinic Hours

Emily Gooding, Registered Nurse

Thursdays, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Thai Massage Sessions
60 Minutes - $85
90 Minutes - $115