YogaThaiMassage is a meditative healing art that combines yoga, acupressure and reflexology. it is a unique bodywork which takes care of muscles, joints and circulation, while creating a space for mindfulness and a relaxed mind.
Benefits of YogaThaiMassage are;
Improving range of motion,
Helping with mental relaxation,
Creating new balance of cortisol and serotonin,
Activating the parasympathetic nervous system.
Place: yogaDivya HomeStudio, Amstelveen
Duration: 75 minutes
Time: Wednesday and Friday mornings at 10.30-12.00 (other times can also be arranged according to client's schedule)
Price: 60 Euros (Exc. BTW)
YogaThai Massage is practiced with comfortable clothing, oil is not used.
The technique used during sessions are traditional Nuad Bo Rarn, a softer and more gentle style of Thai massage.
For more information click here.
To read my article about Thai Massage click here.
"Practicing YogaThaiMassage has been a complete and balanced experience. It was soothing for my muscles and joints. Afterward I felt fresh and relaxed in both body and mind. The combination of disciplines made for unique yet cohesive full body treatment." Robyn Angell, Amsterdam
"After my YogaThaiMassage, I felt relaxed yet energized. All the tension and tightness in my muscles were gone, replaced by a sense of balance and renewed energy." Sinem Ünsal, Amsterdam
"After my intense fitness programs, I feel muscle aches, which sometimes even last 2-3 days. Even though I do stretching, there is no solution for relieving the tension on the muscles. After YogaThaiMassage, I have realized that my muscles are totally relieved and I reached total relaxation throughout my whole body. Even more, I realized I have muscles in my body that I still do not work out! I wish I could practice YogaThaiMassage every time after gym.." Cem Kaya, İstanbul
" Beste's YogaThaiMassage is a wonderful blend of caring, relaxing and spirituality. When I received her massage I felt very happy to open up and feel the energy during the massage. Her touch is gentle and deep. I like the end of her "warming down" the body and prepare to wake up. The good thing is, it is not really an end because it's just the beginning of realizing that it is all about sharing and be here in the moment. " Mirjam van Baardwijk, Amsterdam
Please contact me at for for appointments.