Welcome to Ian Sinicki Massage
The therapeutic and healing effectiveness of Thai Massage. An ancient system of both yoga like assisted stretching techniques coupled with the massage and manipulation of muscles, skin tissue, ligaments and attachments.
Traditional Thai massage has its roots in the indigenous knowledge and medicine systems in Thailand, China, India and Southeast Asia. Much can be said about the health benefits of Thai Massage and indeed in Thailand, Thai massage is one of the branches of Thai Traditional Medicine, now recognized and regulated by the Thai government, and is widely considered to be a medical discipline used for the treatment of a wide variety of ailments. Thai massage has been practiced for over 2,000 years. The techniques used are designed to stimulate the flow of energy through the body, releasing toxins that could potentially block the Sen lines and unbalance the equilibrium of a healthy pain free body The masseurs feet, palms, thumbs, elbows and knees are used in this ancient technique. The method is used to apply deep pressure along the Sen lines. Other movements twist or stretch the body in a similar manner to a Yoga workout.
About Ian Sinicki
Ian is a member of the Independent Professional Therapists International and he has been practicing in the UK at various holistic centres in and around Huddersfield.
He lived, worked, and trained in Thailand for more than two years learning Advanced Medical Massage, Thai Massage and Reflexology techniques. During this period Ian had the pleasure to travel extensively throughout Northern and Southern parts of the Country learning different regional methods and combining them into his practice.
For some months he was based on the eastern seaboard at Chonburi where he was invited to teach Thai body massage to English speaking students. Here he met his Wife, Bubpha who is also a professional massage therapist in the Thai tradition. Bubpha and Ian are both graduates of the Wat Pho University of Traditional Thai Massage based at the Wat Pho Temples in Bangkok.
Ian and Bubpha have two boys, James and Aaron, and live in the village of Almondbury.