Around 2,300 years ago, a revolutionary bodywork style of therapy was created within the temples of Thailand. Its creator is said to be Shivago Komarpaj, a well-known yogi and doctor. Rumor has it that, among others, he actually treated the Buddha. This therapeutic art had its origins within the Indian traditions of Ayurvedic medicine, along with Chinese and Southeast Asian influences.

Thai is more active than a standard massage. Rooted in yoga, ayurvedic medicine, and Buddhist spiritual practice, this unique and complete system combines rhythmic massage, yoga postures, acupressure, energy meridians, gentle twisting, deep stretching, and meditation.