Treating Sexual Dysfunctions with Thai Massage Therapy

Published | Updated May 22, 2020
Treating Sexual Dysfunctions with Thai Massage Therapy
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Being a full-body healing massage, Thai Traditional Massage aims at overall health and well-being on the preventive, restorative and curative plane, but it’s also used therapeutically to address specific health issues, such as dysfunctions in the sexual and genital sphere.

Additionally, Thai Massage is effective in supporting trauma release through work that is focused on body detoxification and clearing trauma-based physical blockages, aiding general emotional and physical healing as well as sexual healing.

Specialized Thai Massage modalities, such as Chi Nei Tsang, Thai Womblifting, Thai Uterus Massage, Karsai Nei Tsang and Jabkasai, more specifically concentrate on trauma, sexual and genital issues by working with massage and acupressure on specific Sen Energy Lines, notably on the Sen Kalathari, Sen Sumana, Sen Khitchanna and Sen Nanthakrawat energy channels.

The aforementioned Sen Lines are known to specifically address emotional, sexual and genital functioning — both for men and women — having beneficial results for fertility issues, urinary tract and prostate problems, postpartum recovery, sexual trauma release, premature ejaculation, low libido, irregular menstruation, and erectile dysfunctions, just to name some common health domains with regard to our sexuality.

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