Traditional Thai medicine is a combination of knowledge drawn from Buddhist teachings and knowledge transmitted by ancient Thais of different regions of the country. Thais mostly learned through observing nature. In the ancient times, the theory and application of Thai traditional medicine used to be confined to the Buddhist temples and has since been disseminated to secular communities and villages in a form that appears to have remained unchanged through centuries. Traditional Thai massage techniques have been integrated with modern medicine and today they help improve the Thai public health system. The nationwide practice of Thai massage in hospitals and healthcare centers around the country has brought satisfaction to the public and is widely accepted by public healthcare providers. Massage clinics are now to be found within public health hospitals throughout Thailand. Due to its medical and relaxing effects, Thai massage has gained popularity worldwide.
The idea of a Mobile Studio
Movement has always been an inherent and therefore important element of my life. I live in Warsaw, my work is based in Berlin, I study in Thailand. I love sports, the outdoors and taking long car trips with my favourite dog. For the last few years now wherever I go, I give massages to people. It has become my passion, my concept for a living and a way of working on the move.
I am collaborating with music and theatre festivals, as well as with guesthouses and people organising retreats. I move with my mobile studio to wherever an event is held, offering sessions for the retreat participants as well as the guesthouse’s regular guests.
Mobile Studio means also, that I am offering to commute to your home or workplace.
For the space to be a massage-friendly surrounding, it has to meet two conditions:
clean and empty floor space of at least 2,5m/ 2,5m surface
silent surrounding with no distractions or other people (or pets) present in the room where the massage is to be performed
Thai massage has been one of the first things that struck me when visiting the country and I fell in love with it. My first trips to Thailand were connected to Thai boxing (I used to practice it between 2010 and 2016) but when I discovered Thai massage, it became clear to me that I wanted to get involved with therapeutical bodywork professionally.
I perform traditional Thai massage. This practice is an important element of the Thai culture and is deeply rooted both in its culture and mentality, which is why it has been important to me to gain strong fundaments in Thailand. The first place I chose to study in was the Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai (TMC), certified by the Thai government, ministry of education and ministry of health.
Friendly space for LGBTQIA persons
I am an ally of the LGBTQIA cause. (LGBTQIA stands for: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual). Equal rights and values the LGBTQIA community is fighting for are important to me and I wish to actively support them.
I often witness the discrimination and challenges that my LGBTQIA friends have to face in many everyday life situations and I really want everyone to feel invited and safe in the space I am creating: a space where everyone is invited to take care of oneself through natural medicine, therapeutic bodywork and relaxation.
I consider being mindful of our bodies’ and identities’ diversity and respecting it as an essential part of my work.
If you wish to cancel your massage, please do so 24h prior to the appointed session.
If you have made an appointment and have failed to cancel in that period, you are obliged to pay the full fee via bank transfer on the day of the scheduled session.