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(Weekdays only!) 

$70/90 minute massage (neck/shoulders: 45 min, foot: 45 min), cash only.

Cash Payment: $55/60 min, $85/90 min


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Sabai Thai Massage is a group of friends who are very passionate about conventional Thai massage therapy. We decided to open a facility where we can express our passion with our hands and our hearts. Come to Sabai to be nurtured and rejuvenated with traditional Thai massage, Thai aroma massage (warm oil), Thai foot massage (Reflexology), as well as Swedish/deep tissue massage. Traditional Thai massage uses a combination of deep pressure, acupressure, passive yoga stretches, and compression to restore balance to the body, mind and spirit. You will be amazed at how revitalized and invigorated you will feel afterwards.

Sabai Thai Massage offers something wonderfully unique. Aside from the private rooms we use for individual massages, we offer a group massage during which several of our therapists massage multiple clients at one time. This community room atmosphere is a style of massage therapy is traditionally practiced in Thailand. It is sought by the local people on a regular basis as an effective means of health maintenance and stress prevention. We hope you'll try our methods of massage therapy to see what works best for your well-being  along with your budget.

Please call or book online in advance due to our busy schedule. 24 hour notice required for cancellation or rescheduling. Cash/check only.

Traditional Thai Massage

Traditional Thai Massage uses a combination of deep pressure, acupressure, passive yoga stretches and compression to restore balance to body, mind and spirit.

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Swedish Massage

Swedish massage combines various hands-on techniques including: grabbing or rolling the muscles, effleurage or stroking, gliding strokes that use the entire hand surface, kneading, and cross-fiber friction to break up muscle knots.

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is generally slower than Swedish; this technique goes deeper into the muscle and connective tissue to release chronic tension which might have developed from injury or overuse.

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