"Like having Yoga done to You..." 

No previous yoga experience is needed to treat yourself to this nurturing method of healing done on a  mat in loose comfortable clothing. Through deep muscle stretching, joint release, and an emphasis on the breath – Thai yoga therapy opens your body and clears your mind, energizes, relaxes, stretches and strengthens.  Private sessions only.


“The root teachings of Thai Yoga Therapy are in yoga, Ayurveda, and Buddhist practices, so it is a sister art of yoga. One physically manipulates energy channels, the same meridians you work on in a yoga class or acupuncture session, according to a person’s constitution and unique needs. It clears the channels to stimulate someone’s prana flow to increase vitality. It’s like having a yoga class done on you.” 

- Saul David Raye


Traditional Thai yoga massage can look back at a long history of therapeutic healing. If one traces the evolution of the techniques of healing-massage practiced in Thailand, one discovers the astonishing fact that the earliest roots of Thai massage lie not in Thailand but in India. The legendary founder of the art is believed to have been a doctor from northern India. Known as Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha, he was a contemporary of the Buddha and personal physician to the Magadha King Bimbisara over 2,500 years ago. The teachings of Kumar Bhaccha probably reached what is now Thailand at the same time as Buddhism – as early as the 3rd or 2nd century B.C.


"The theoretical foundation of Thai massage is based on the concept of invisible energy lines running through the body. The Indian origin and influence is obvious here since the background of this theory clearly lies in Yoga philosophy. Yoga philosophy states that life energy -called Prana- is absorbed with the air we breathe and with the food we eat. Along a network of energy lines, the Prana Nadis, the human being is then supplied with this vital energy. Out of these energy lines, Thai massage has selected 10 mainlines on which there are especially important acupressure points. Massaging these lines and points makes it possible to treat a whole range of diseases or to relieve pain. The 10 mainlines are sufficient to conduct practical treatment for the whole body and its internal organs. Disturbances in the flow of energy result in an insufficient supply of Prana, which will in turn lead to sickness. Working on the energy lines with massage can break the blockades, stimulate the free flow of Prana, and help to restore general well- being."  -from Asokananda, Sunshine Massage School, Thailand



"Awesome experience~ Literally!. Hard to describe with words. Dragana is a master at her art is all I can say. Thank You for the most loving, generous session ever." - Beaufort, SC

"Dragana went over and beyond to give my body some relief. She stretched me in places I didn't know could be stretched. She is so calm and gentle, it makes the Thai bodywork that much greater for me. I have had several teachers and several types of massage, but Dragana's Thai is by far one of the best! It was perfect!" - J from Beaufort

"As an avid tennis player of a certain age, I believe the Thai work is instrumental in keeping me active and on the court. Also, I believe in our overactive busy lives, just taking the time to be still and at one is beneficial to my mental health as well as physical."

Jose Twist