Emotional and Trauma Release

When a client engages in a Thai massage session, the masseuse will experience seeing the client in an emotional and trauma release that may be occurred such as outbursts of laughter, crying, screaming, etc. You may find this to be an unorthodox experience but this is actually the result of a healthy and cleansing process for the client by releasing psychological and emotional tension that is stored within the body. 

The massage therapist can actually figure this out before the session by communicating with the client and understanding the reasons for the visit. This is where it is important that the masseuse is careful and understands the areas that need to be addressed when performing the massage. Here is the list of symptoms that may occur during the session and areas that you should be ready for:

  • Crying or laughing
  • Coughing
  • Screaming or shouting
  • Muscle cramps
  • Feeling ticklish
  • Nauseous and vomiting feeling
  • Extreme discomfort forcing to stop the massage session
  • Getting aroused and/or having an orgasm
  • Heavy sweating
  • Feeling cold or hot
  • PTSD from traumatic experience when being touched

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