The development of Thai massage began around 2500 years ago in India. The Thai massage is based on the ancient Indian teachings of Ayurveda and Yoga. Further influences come from traditional Chinese medicine with its meridian system. Thai massage came to Thailand in connection with Buddhism and is called Nuad Phaen Boran in ancient scriptures. Today, Thai massage is an integral part of traditional Thai medicine.
These Thai massage therapists have often acquired their knowledge through oral tradition and have less theoretical knowledge than their university-trained counterparts.
In a Thai massage, the active movements of the massage device harmonize with the passive movements of the person being massaged, similar to a dance. umzugsunternehmen berlin In more prosaic terms, Thai massage is often referred to as “yoga for the lazy” because the massage recipient does not move himself into the yoga postures involved in a Thai massage treatment. The massager gently guides him into the right position.
These gentle movements, intense stretching and rhythmic breathing are an important feature of Thai massage. Another special feature is the pressing of energy points and the treatment of reflex zones. Another part of the extensive treatment system of Thai massage is herbal medicine and the use of herbal steam baths.
5 Sights in Berlin
Berlin is full of fascinating and unique places. Below is a quick guide to give you a small sample of what’s on offer.
Why not explore a forest – not just any forest, Grunewald, a huge forest area (in fact it’s Berlin’s largest forest area), west of Berlin – very easy to get to by S-Bahn. On 3,000 hectares you can traverse the forest on foot, by bike and even on horseback. You cannot climb the hill unaccompanied, but a guided tour is available.
Another option would be to climb the glass dome of the Reichstag and get a 360 degree view of the city.
Of course, a visit to Berlin would not be complete without a visit to the Berlin Wall, of which less than a mile remains in the suburb of Friedrich-Freuzberg. And it also shows how graffiti should be – colorful and meaningful, much like real art. The wall also has real art, around 100 paintings. The art is actually quite impressive, like Dimitrji Vrubel’s painting of Brezhnev. Of course, when you visit the Wall you should visit Checkpoint Charlie, the most famous crossing point between East and West before the Wall fell.
To see the great highlights of the city, you can join a free walking tour of the new Berlin that takes place every day at the Brandenburg Gate (right in front of Starbucks) and takes you past many of the great buildings in the city center. The tour itself is very long at three and a half hours and is in English. The English tours start at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.
Finally, on a more somber note, we urge you to take the time to visit the Holocaust Memorial. Spread over five acres and very close (just one block) to the south of the Reichstag. It opened in 2005 and was designed by Peter Eisenman using 2,700 concrete slabs. It is truly a moving place and well worth a visit.
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