The roots of Traditional Thai Massage lie in India, in Ayurvedic medicine. It reached Thailand via Buddhism and its monasteries, and elements of the Chinese medicine (TCM) predominant here were integrated.
In 1832, the then King of Siam, Rama III, had the traditional texts and drawings of Traditional Thai Massage engraved on the walls of the most important temple in Bangkok, Wat-Pho.
In 1836, Wat-Pho was granted the status of a public university for religion, medicine and literature, making it the oldest university in Thailand's history.
Wat-Pho School is the most famous massage school in Thailand and still stands for the highest standard of education.
MY GOAL IS TO GIVE THE PEOPLE WHO COME TO ME PEACE AND RELAXATION, TO RELIEVE PAIN AND TO FILL UP WITH NEW LIFE ENERGY.
I live in Switzerland since 2011 and have been practising in my own praxis for more than eight years.
I speak English and German. Otherwise, I let my hands do the talking. :)
As a graduate of the Royal Wat Pho School of Massage, I stand for a high standard of quality in the massages I perform.
The same applies to my staff.
We attach great importance to an appealing and clean ambience so that our customers can feel completely at ease.