​​​By Pita, Anny,  Tina, Irish, Lucky and PK : our staff for Swedish or deep tissue 


single  $65-$70/$95-$105​   60 minute/90 minute
couple $130-$140/$190-$200​   60 minute/90 minute​


Our massage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues of the body. With their touch, therapists relieve pain, help heal injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general wellness of clients.

Bay Thai offers a variety of private Thai yoga massage guided meditations, relaxation massage, skin care, body treatment, energy therapies and intuitive reading as well. If you’re looking for a professional therapist, yoga for couple, or retreat you’ve come to the right place. In a continuous effort to enhance your overall wellness,  therapists at
Bay Thai Massage& Healing retreat are committed to relieving stress, decreasing pain, and increasing flexibility.

Birthday Massage Gift Card

Every birthday deserves a celebration. To have the best birthday ever, you don’t necessarily need a cake with candles or a big birthday party. It takes just a few seconds to purchase a birthday massage from Bay Thai, and the gift card never expires. When you give a birthday gift, give the best birthday gift .

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What is Thai yoga massage ?
Thai massage is beneficial for both giver an d receiver, providing a relaxing yoga-like experience and utilizing leverage over muscular work. This makes it easy on the hands, and therapeutic for both parties. It is warm and interactive, normally done on a floor mat but very applicable to table work. The stretching, palming, and thumb pressing characteristic of thai massage leaves clients feeling amazing for a long time afterward.

The thai work Nuad is usually translated into English as "massage." Bo-rarn is translated as "ancient". So, Nuad Bo-Rarn means "ancient massage", or "ancient healing way". However, thai massage is very different from the type of tissue manipulation which is usually associated with massage in the context of western practice. 

Nuad bo-rarn is a key component of Traditional Thai Medicine, a holistic approach to healing the the body, heart-mind, and spirit. Thai medicine strives to treat the underlying cause of any illness by addressing imbalances. Each aspect affects others, so the most effective treatment addresses the whole person. Traditional thai medicine encompasses the use of herbs, diet, nutrition, spiritual practices, and nuad bo-rarn. 

The stretching movements in nuad bo-rarn affect the entire body by increasing flexibility, releasing both deep and superficial tension, and helping the body's natural energy to flow more freely. The effect of these stretching movements, in which the client plays only a passive role, is similar to yoga. This is sometimes referred to as passive yoga. The result is an opening of the body which leaves one feeling both relaxed and energized at the same time.
Energy Medicine
Nuad bo-rarn is not based on a western system of anatomy. Dissection was forbidden until the introduction of western medicine, so references to body structure were based on external observation. This is not to say that this implies an understanding of the body which is superficial: quite the contrary, it is profound, based on generations of experience. Although this may initially be frustrating to the western student, learning to "think Thai" helps one to move with greater freedom and intuitive sense.

In the thai view, what we might call 'life force' in the body (sometimes described as wind or lom) travels along pathways knows as Sen lines. These sen channels appear roughly similar to both traditional Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic, and Thai medicine, traditionally recognize 72,000 sen in theory. In practice, ten sen serve as the foundation of nuad bo-rarn.

Historical Development
The true origins of traditional thai massage are somewhat buried in the past. It is usually attributed to being over 2500 years old, starting at the time of the Buddha in India. Tradition tells us that it was given to the world by a physician in India who was a contemporary of the Buddha. His name is Shivago Komarpaj (or Jivaka Buccha Komar), and throughout southeast Asia he is considered to be the father of medicine. He is lovingly and respectfully referred to as the "Father Doctor". Ancient texts, written in the Pali language and mentioning Shivago Komarpaj, were considered sacred and were kept with other Buddhist texts. It has been thought that certain monks (or reusis) were the practitioners of this medicine, and the temples were its home.

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