Perry Harms

Thai Yoga Massage

In modern Thailand, traditional massage is both a complex theoretical science, and an informal art form practiced by men and women throughout all levels of society.
For a resource on the refinements and organizational efforts related to Thai Yoga Massage you may wish to refer to as a source of considerable guidance into the unique array of influential technical powers inherent in the form which offer its special potency among bodywork modalities.
Shivago Komarapaj is known as the father of these methods and the body of knowledge passed on since the days of the Buddha.
The great eastern grasp of mind-body energization and materialization allow us to continue to be the bringers of the dawn of this soothing manifestation of physical intelligence.
In the practice of Thai Yoga Massage we endlessly discover new expressions of influences drawn from Yoga to Martial Arts, and from the Yoga of India to the Qi Gong of China.
Connections revealed through our relationships developing us, and our perception of ourselves, through Thai Yoga instills deeper healing that unifies and integrates our feeling of who we are.
Delving into our inner awareness of the body creates more vivid impressions of our breath and tension.
We become a wellspring of perspective and holistic sensations that linger beneath the surface of our daily life until we ease into the rituals and methodical perseverance of this special practice.

Introductory Special

1 hour Thai Yoga Massage treatment
$45.00   (reg.  $60)

Thai Massage” or “Thai Yoga Massage” is an ancient healing system combining acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga postures. Traditional Thai massage uses no oils or lotions. The recipient remains clothed during a treatment. There is constant body contact between the giver and receiver, but rather than rubbing on muscles, the body is compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked.

Call Studio 26 at 204-275-1185 for an appointment or contact Perry directly at or phone: 204-801-4720.