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Royal Thai Massage, Part 1: Theory of Thai Massage and Principles of Flavoring

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Royal Thai Massage

Chapter 1: Theory of Thai Massage and Principles of Flavoring

Anatomy and Physiology of the Royal Thai Traditional Medicine

1. Skin system (Tajo) The effect of massage makes the blood flow to the skin better. stimulate sweating and fat causing more blood supply to the skin

2. Muscular system (Mang Sang). The effect of massage is related to skeletal muscles. reduce the retention of lactic acid It increases blood flow and results in the disappearance of aches and pains.

3. Bones (bones) and joints (lasika). The effect of massage improves blood circulation. Make the broken bones stick together faster and better. Joints have better movement.

4. Circulatory system (blood). Massage has a direct effect on the blood to relax and contract. Increase blood flow. Caution. Open the air door. It should not be pressed for longer than 45 seconds, as this may cause numbness due to the lack of blood supply to the nerves.

5. Nervous system (Mattha Kemat Lung Kang) effect of massage indirectly causing neurological changes beyond reaction and control the secretion of communication within the body causing a feeling of well-being in the form of relaxation.

6. Digestive system (Utriyang and Krisang) help relieve flatulence. a lot of wind in the stomach It also helps to relieve constipation in the case of those who are late night vines.

Principles of seasoning

          Hand flavoring is the preparation of massage methods to suit the disease and patient characteristics on a case-by-case basis. Each massage point must be focused, slow, focused, and still use two principles of hand-flavoring.

1. Determination of degrees, scale, which is the control of the direction of force and weight of force, divided into 3 levels: light weight medium weight heavy weight.

2. Period is the duration of the massage in each point. It is divided into small periods and large periods.

    - low periods, which is the determination of the breath to have a short duration of pressing (10-15 seconds), which is usually used with massage movements. The baseline.

    – large period is defined as the breath for a long compression period (30-45 seconds), mainly used to open the air door and to massage the signal points.

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