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Thai Massage in Clapham

Thai massage is an ancient ayurvedic healing art. Through application of pressure on energy lines and points, and a vast array of passive stretching movements performed with the hands, feet, knees and elbow's, the body experiences profound relaxation, peripheral stimulation of internal organs, increased flexibility and increased flow of energy. It is a fully interactive massage that can also stimulate internal organs and balance the bodies energy system. 

Trying a traditional thai massage is a brilliant way of leaving the regular back massage rut that many of us are stuck in. A full thai massage doesn't involve any oils, so you are fully clothed as the massage takes place. It is more vigorous and energising than many other forms of massage, and works a bit like yoga, to improve circulation and stretch and relax muscles.

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From beauty salons to barber shops, cosmetic surgeons to gyms, and tanning salon to spas, Secret Salons has Clapham covered. We've found you the list of the best Thai Massage salons in Clapham. Just give your chosen salon a call or drop in, and book your appointment today. Keep your eyes peeled for special Secret Salons offers the salons may be promoting on their salon pages, and then once you've chosen and had your Clapham Thai Massage appointment, don't forget to come back and write a review!

  • 5

    Hands with Feeling

    Tooting Bec
    Tooting
    Balham
    Sw17 8UB
    "Karolina is a superb therapist. She has been treating me for over 5 years and she packs a lot of power into her diminutive frame! Her treatments ar... read more
    - Review by Farah

Clapham

Essentially, Clapham attracts two main types of people: young singles that enjoy the party scene and prosperous couples with children. Amongst the seemingly tired Victorian flats, Clapham fosters a great number of 21st century “smart” flats. The region seems to attract a young, successful media/arts populace who enjoy the mix of both new and old architecture. Unlike many other parts of South London, Clapham has a direct tube to the City, West End and Waterloo. Along with the convenient transport links, Clapham offers a number of options in regards to night life, such as the cinema, bars and restaurants. Also, a new modernist Sainsbury's, multiple coffee shops, health clubs, etc provide the essentials for day to day activity. On the “to-do” list in the area, is a visit to Clapham Common, one of South London's largest green spaces. It is a triangular-shaped park which separates Balham, Clapham and Battersea. The Common covers around 200 acres. It also has two ponds of Eagle Pond and Mount Pond, which are popular amongst locals for both angling and model boating. The common has a bandstand (the largest in London) in the centre and a church, Holy Trinity, on the north side. In season, the commons is home to a myriad of festivals, circuses and festivities of all sorts. Another interesting venue to see is Clapham Picture House, a popular independent cinema featuring world cinema, art house features and many mainstream productions as well. The cinema is known for its quality of eclectic choices and also offers a full-service café- bar. For quality shopping outside of Central London, check out Arding and Hobbs, a beautiful department store established circa 1885. There are a number of choices in regards to schooling for those with families, with an array of independent and state schools to choose from.

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