about

our spa

Specialties

We specialize in massage therapy that heals and strengthens the body, mind, and soul. Our combination massages take the best out of a Thai Massage, deep tissue, Swedish, Combination, Prenatal, Hot Stone, Thai Warrior(Thai Deep) from Olympic Massage Championship. Sport Massage and reflexology to give you a smooth yet kneading of realigned muscle tissue.

History

Established in 2015.

Thai Moon Massage & Spa bought the business from Moon Spa88 in 2019. Mark and Three of the four owners Wanarat(Angie), Lalida(Apple), Benjaphat(Bonnie) are licensed therapists with many years massage experience. With the owners and other therapists working for us there is sufficient experience and therapists to give each customer the attention they need and deserve. 

benefit of cupping therapy

cupping therapy

Cupping is a type of alternative therapy that originated in China. It involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. The suction may facilitate healing with blood flow.

Proponents also claim the suction helps facilitate the flow of “qi” in the body. Qi is a Chinese word meaning life force. A famous Taoist alchemist and herbalist, Ge Hong, reportedly first practiced cupping. He lived from A.D. 281 to 341.

Many Taoists believe that cupping helps balance yin and yang, or the negative and positive, within the body. Restoring balance between these two extremes is thought to help with the body’s resistance to pathogens as well as its ability to increase blood flow and reduce pain.

Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.

People use cupping to complement their care for a host of issues and conditions.

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thai massage

is an ancient therapy that has been practiced in Thailand for thousands of years. It is believed that Thai Massage was developed more than 2500 years ago by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha     ( Shivago Kompara ) a friend to the Buddha who had tremendous knowledge of medicine.

thai warrior massage

Thai Warrior Massage is an ancient Thai Massage, and has been practiced in Thailand for over 2,500 years – at the same time the Buddhist religion was introduced to Thailand.

They taught this style of massage at Wat Pho, and before the 13th century, Thai Warrior
Massage was used to help the “warriors” as they came home from war. The soldiers were weak and sore, this massage helped them get stronger and recover quickly.

At that time, this style of massage was deemed to primitive and precarious to health by the
Ministry of Public Health who prohibited teaching and practice in public places, also Siam had the idea of building it’s country into a modern nation called “Thailand,” complete with western ways. However, some practitioners carried on the treatment in private.

As time passed the Thai Warrior Massage style became mixed with normal Thai Massage
techniques, the masseuse used both feet and stood on the body of their clients. We know this from the record of events of a French envoy. This envoy, a Royal envoy of King Louis the 14th of France was appointed to Siam (Thailand) during the reign of King Narai (1600’s) to develop friendly relations between the two countries.

Later (1950 – 2016) the King greatly supported Thai holistic traditional medicine and massage approaches, and both have since gained great popularity.

“Master Jack” (Pathompon Aijarattanaruk) a current Thai Master, has researched and traced the original methods and created a modern, unique therapy. He has taught a multitude of students

 our Thai Moon Spa being amongst them.

The combinations of of rhythmic massage, acupressure, gentle twisting and deep stretching, aid countless benefits including: the relief of body aches and pain, improvement of blood circulation, and stress and tension relief. The treatment helps promote the balance of circulating life-force energy in the body. There is a great sense of well being felt from both the recipient and the therapist!