The Marvels of a Thai Aroma Oil Massage

If you’ve read our earlier blogs, you should be familiar with the basic purpose and philosophy of a Thai massage and its many forms. Due to its calming effects, the treatment is used for curing a range of health issues. One such popular form of spa treatment is known as the Thai aroma oil massage.

Aroma Oil therapy can have a magical effect on our spirit, when done correctly. Its effects are seen and felt quickly. If you delve into the science behind the treatment, you will find a very meaningful connection. Our nostrils are attached to the limbic system of the brain. The limbic system influences the hormones and nervous system and controls emotions. When you breathe in the molecules of essential oils, messages are communicated to your limbic system, affecting stress level, heart rate, blood pressure, memory, breathing, immune system and digestion.

The Essential Oils used in Thai aroma Massage:

The essential oils used during an aroma therapy session may be suggested by the therapist. They are selected therapeutically to treat your physical and emotional disorders. Every essential oil has different healing properties. Some may offer calmness while the others may energize you. To choose a Thai spa treatment and massage that will suite you the best, we recommend you acquaint yourself with the healing properties of popular essential oils.


Jasmine works as an antiseptic and antidepressant. Apart from this, it is also used as an aphrodisiac. Jasmine oil helps sooth nerves, offer a sense of optimism and confidence and helps in recovering lost vitality and energy. It relieves stiff and sprained limbs, and muscle pain.

Lemon Grass essential oil

Lemon grass is the second most popular essential oil used during Thai aroma oil treatments. It has antiseptic, antidepressant and antimicrobial properties. Ingredients and flavor soothe nerves. Therapists often recommend Lemon grass for the recovery of mental and physical stress, and headaches.

Papaya oil

Papaya oil is rich in omega 9 fatty acids. It has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and moisturizing properties. Regular use can make the skin supple and soft. In olden days, Indian healers used mashed papaya for treating skin problems and rashes.


Coconut oil is quite versatile and can be utilized in countless cases. It nourishes skin and hair, and is one of the main ingredients in creams for body and face, shampoos and hair masks.

The Benefits of a Thai Aroma oil massage:

The effects of Thai aroma oil massage are uniquely energizing and relaxing. As the therapist presses their feet, knuckles, hands, fingers and thumbs into specific points while holding you in a stretch position, you will see your body regaining flexibility while the quiet meditative atmosphere will promote a sense of calm alertness. Your body will gently release toxicity and tensions from the joints, connective tissue and muscles.

Thai aroma oil massage will open the flow of energy throughout your body. You will feel it regaining flexibility and ease of movement. The therapy also helps to adjust your skeletal structure, relieve muscular and joint tension, and stimulate the internal organs. Massage helps your joints, muscles, fascia and ligaments by relaxing muscle tension, improving motion and relieving the spasm. The combination of yoga like stretches and pressure on specific points loosens out stiffness.

Another benefit of Thai aroma oil massage is on your nervous system. The stimulation of sensory nerves causes the central nervous system to respond better. Thai massage helps in preventing fibrosis and improves sleep. Boosted immunity is also a benefit. By releasing toxins through improved circulation, your body can fight disease more efficiently.

If you are looking for a therapy that takes a holistic approach to bodywork, Thai aroma oil massage makes for an excellent choice. However, you must make sure your therapist is trained and skilled in performing the treatment effectively.