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Thai Massage

Thai massage is a proven healing treatment that has been practised for more than 3,000 years. It focuses on acupressure points that are linked to your body's internal organs and uses external force to tap into your energy channels. The massage involves targeted bodywork using not only the hands, but also the fists, thumbs, elbows and feet. It is a powerful technique that stimulates an overwhelming sense of well-being. 

The sensual, second half of this massage consists of soft, attentive stroking movements and gentle, tender caresses all over your body - in particular, your erogenous zones - and culminates in a stimulating massage of your genital area. Here, we use our imaginative and varied bodywork technique based on Far Eastern principles to provide you with maximum pleasure.  

Indulgence sessions and prices

60 MinutesCHF 270.-Euro daily rate
90 MinutesCHF 370.-Euro daily rate
120 MinutesCHF 470.-Euro daily rate


Contact us daily from 09:45 - 24:00

+41 44 202 23 40

Products and ambiance

The Thai massage is performed "dry" without using oil or lotion on a futon.


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History of Thai massage

Thai massage did not start out in Thailand, as is often assumed based on the name, it is actually based on Indian healing traditions. Based on teachings from the Indian Ayurveda art of healing, it uses specific pressure or stretches particular lines to activate a network of energy across the whole body. Ayurveda is still practised in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. 

The history of Thai massage dates back to the 5th century, when Buddha was alive. Ancient Buddhist writings reveal that a doctor named Jivaka-Komarabhacca had immense knowledge of healing practices at that time and was even the physician to a king called Bimbisara. There was constant contact between Jivaka-Komarabhacca which allowed practises and skills to be developed in Buddhist temples. Over the course of history, skills in Thai massage have made their way to Thailand, with further elements added based on influences from other regions, such as China. It becomes clear how close the links are between Thai massage and Buddhist teachings and how it should therefore be considered a spiritual activity in this day and age. The art of Thai massage has been handed down verbally and in writing and also through global networking. However, sound knowledge and skilled application are absolute musts. In line with Buddhism, Thai massage is practised in Zürich as a soothing body treatment which is beneficial to the feelings, mindfulness and happiness of the person receiving the massage.

Activation of energy lines

If you treat yourself to a Thai massage, you can benefit from the soothing effects of professional massage. Special techniques used by Thai Massage in Zürich use the principles of Ayurveda to activate the ten main lines of the human body's energy network and thus help reduce all sorts of physical pain. Loosening the joints improves physical movement, relaxes the muscles and stimulates the circulation. General well-being improves, creating a feeling of relaxation not only during the Thai massage, but also afterwards. The major difference to the traditional understanding of a massage is that Thai massage has a meditative approach and uses accupressure points to allow energy to flow freely, instead of relieving physical muscle tension.

Thai Massage Zurich

We use this traditional knowledge to optimise the activation of the energy network of the person receiving the massage and create an incomparable feeling of content. Sensual components are added to the special elements of the traditional Ayurveda healing methods to guarantee an optimum, satisfying treatment. Thai massage in Zürich focuses on a gradually heightening stimulation of sexual feelings culminating in a sexual relaxation which is felt as a release. A skilled Thai massage opens up whole new dimensions of feelings for the person receiving the massage. Our attractive and professional masseurs and masseuses can provide an unforgettable, erotic Thai massage for all the senses.