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Our Range of Massages

Walk-In Massages Myaree provides a wide range of massage services to help you refresh and rejuvunate. If you are not sure what suits you, please give us a call and we will gladly assist you in identifying the most appropriate massage for you.

Balinese massage

spa02Balinese Massage uses pressure technique to release areas of deep tension as well as long massage strokes and skin rolling techniques to relieve stress and improve circulation.

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep_Tissue_2This is a massage technique which focuses on the deeper layers of muscles and tissues. It aims to release the chronic pattern of tension in the body through deep slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas.

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Reflexology-Foot-Chart-7Reflexology is a natural healing art based on the reflex areas on the corresponding parts of the body, including major organs.

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shiatsuIn Japanese, Shiatsu means finger pressure. This is a therapeutic massage technique which uses the fingers to apply pressure to particular parts of the body.

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Swedish Massage

Massage_2This massage makes you feel good, relaxed and revitalised. The main purpose of this massage is to increase the oxygen flow and blood circulation which will aid in the release of toxins from the muscles, improving skin stimulation and soothing of the nervous system.


Thai Massage

tuina-massageThis massage involves stretching and deep massage. It is usually performed on the floor and loose and comfortable clothes are recommended to allow for movement.

No oils are used. The receiver is put into many yoga-like positions during the massage. It also includes rhythmic pressing and stretching of the entire body - eg. pulling of fingers, toes, ears, cracking the knuckles and arching the recipient into a "cobra postion".

Thai massage is intended to stimulate the "sen" or "vessels" and move "lom" or "air" through the body via a pumping action which is connected to the client's breathing.