Thai Yoga Massage, or simply Thai Massage, is an ancient therapy that has been practiced in Thailand for thousands of years. Thai Massage's benefits are many, including improve muscle flexibility, increase join motions, improve blood circulation, promotes relaxation, and increase energy. This bodywork combines assisted yoga stretching and traction, with rocking and rhythmic compression as in Chinese & Japanese acupressure and energy work. Click here to read more about Thai Massage.
Nationally Licensed Massaged Therapist, Currently work as a Stretch Therapist & a Massage Therapist for Massage Envy in Northville, Michigan.
I had over 1200 hours of formal massage therapy education. Trained and practiced in the USA and in THAILAND. For more details, click button below:
A Brief Introduction:
Michael Huynh, American of Chinese descent, immigrated to Michigan as a young teenager from Vietnam. To honor his multi-cultural inheritance, Michael looks to bring the best ideas and techniques in bodyworks from the West and from the East into his massage practice. His passion to mesh East with West, led Michael to complete an extensive 800+ hours of massage therapy training at the National Holistic Institute College of Massage Therapy in Santa Ana, California (West), following which, he immediately traveled to the city of Chiang Mai in northern Thailand (the birth place & major center of world-renowned Thai Yoga Massage), to begin his 400+ hours of Thai Yoga Massage training (East). Today, with over 1200 hours of formal training in the science & art of bodyworks, Michael is eager to use his knowledge, skills, and experience to serve Michiganders. Michael is happy to be back in Michigan, and is thrilled to introduce this amazing massage modality, also known as Traditional Thai Massage, to all massage enthusiasts. Michael's favorite massage modality is the "Thai Yoga Massage" - a fun fact is that Thai Yoga Massage is also affectionately known as the "lazy person's yoga." Come and allow Michael to show you why that is, and how, together with Michael, you can take your yoga stretches a notch beyond what you can achieve alone to improve flexibility, stimulate circulation, and boost your overall wellness.