Welcome to Narada Wellness
Narada Wellness, LLC offers Thai Yoga Massage to the Denver metro area and Front Range communities.
Thai Yoga Massage sessions consist primarily of Thai acupressure massage with passive assisted yoga stretches, and therapeutic application of hot Thai Herbal Compresses. The practice, however, is an integrative one and attempts to encompass the being as a whole. To that end, sessions may also include a bit of the following techniques and therapies:
- Deep Tissue Massage and Myofascial Release
- Sound Healing & Meditation (Tibetan Singing Bowls, Tingshas, Gongs and Tuning Forks)
- Foot Reflexology
- Yogic Breath Work (Pranayama)
Thai Yoga Massage is done on a comfortable mat on the floor, with the recipient fully clothed for the entire session. It uses no oils or lotions. In Thai Massage, the practitioner uses their palms, fists, elbows, forearms and knees to provide rocking, rhythmic acupressure to the muscles, and focused attention to open up the energy meridians called Sen lines. Thai Herbal Compresses are steam heated and used generously throughout the massage to warm and open the muscles and energy lines, and to infuse healing herbs. A full Thai Yoga Massage session typically lasts 90 to 120 minutes or more (or, if you don't have the time, try one of our new "Thai for Thai" Chair Massage sessions!) It includes rhythmic acupressure and stretching of the entire body. A session is usually practiced slowly, in a choreographed routine, as the practitioner moves around the recipient and moves the recipient around the mat, creating a relaxed, meditative and yet energized state for both.
Narada Wellness, LLC is solely owned and operated by Scott A Brukman LMT, who is a Licensed Massage Therapist with the State of Colorado (#MT-12184). He is also a member in good standing of the American Bodywork & Massage Professionals and the Thai Healing Alliance International organizations. In addition to being licensed and trained in the Nuad Boran style of Thai Yoga Massage, Scott brings more than 25 years of yoga, martial arts and Eastern studies to his practice.