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What is Lotion massage?

Lotion massage is a functional alternative to massage oil and an essential component of deep tissue, stimulating and non-slip techniques. Lotions provide a non-greasy formula that is ideal for medium glide, maximum friction massage. They also allow the therapist to have complete control without excessive drag on the skin, providing optimum relief of tension and stress.

What does Lotion massage work?

Lotion massage conditions the skin throughout the massage and yet doesn't absorb quickly into the skin. Blends of lotions are perfectly balanced to provide glide with enough friction for deep tissue massage. In addition lotions massage can still be used for relaxation or lighter techniques. Lotions have a tendency to provide maximum glide, with superior workability, without feeling sticky. Lotions massage allow for a good grip for deep tissue, yet allows for skin lubrication and protection from friction to the skin.

What should I expect during my visit?

Lotion massage is usually done on a padded mat on the floor or on the bed. So you are fully undressed. You are usually asked to bring or wear comfortable clothing to the massage. A typical Lotion massage is 60 minutes to two hours long.

What conditions is Lotion massage used for?

Many people find that Lotion massage has the following benefits:

  • Produces softness, strength and color to the body
  • Decreases the effects of aging
  • Bestows good vision
  • Nourishes the body
  • Increases longevity
  • Benefits sleep patterns
  • Benefits skin
  • Strengthens the body's tolerance
  • Imparts a firmness to the limbs
  • Imparts tone and vigor to the dhatus (tissues) of the body
  • Stimulates the internal organs of the body, including circulation


Massage is not recommended for certain people:
  • infectious skin disease, rash, or open wounds
  • immediately after surgery
  • immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor
  • prone to blood clots. There is a risk of blood clots being dislodged. If you have heart disease, check with your doctor before having a massage
  • pregnant women should check with their doctor first if they are considering getting a massage. Massage in pregnant women should be done by massage therapists who are certified in pregnancy massage.
  • massage should not be done directly over bruises, inflamed skin, unhealed wounds, tumors, abdominal hernia, or areas of recent fractures.

Additional tips

  • Don’t eat a heavy meal before the massage
  • If it's your first time at the clinic or spa, arrive at least 10 minutes early to complete the necessary forms. Otherwise, arrive 5 minutes early so you can have a few minutes to rest and relax before starting the massage.
  • Be sure that your massage therapist has your complete health history, because people with certain conditions should not have Thai massage.
  • If you feel discomfort at any time, let your massage therapist know.