Thai Massage Upper Back Stretch- Udana Strrrrrretch

When people say they feel two inches taller after a Thai Yoga Massage, they might be talking about the effects of this upper back stretch!

This Thai Massage upper back stretch is such sweet relief for people with shoulder, neck, back, arm and chest tightness.

The move is called the Udana Stretch so it is also uplifting, helping to wake the body, encourage circulation and get rid of tired, lethargic energy.

Thai Yoga Massage is such a great blend of movement and massage to help get rid of knots, tension and stress while also help to realign and revitalize the body.

This move which is such a great Thai Massage upper back stretch is a perfect example of that balance. Combine it with some of the videos shown below and you’ve got an incredible and holistic treatment for your neck, back, shoulders and your entire upper body.

This video is in response to student’s request for what they’d like to learn. If you have a move or a topic you’d like to learn post them in the comments below!

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If you are a studio, spa, or association and would like to offer these courses in Thai Yoga Massage or Table Thai Massage please contact us here:

Shai’s book The Joy of Giving Massage which dives deep into the benefits of giving massage can be purchased here:

Study with Shai and his team of teachers in person:

Thai Yoga Massage Techniques Shoulder, Neck, Back- Seated Massage Tutorial

Click here for Secrets to Giving a Phenomenal Table Thai Back Massage for Beginners:

Click here for Table Thai Yoga Massage Shoulder Techniques and Stretches

Click here to watch the secrets to giving a great massage:

Watch more Thai massage techniques explained in either of these two playlists!

Thai Massage Techniques:

Thai Back Massage:


Please watch: “Life-Changing Impact of Thai Yoga Massage & Meet Teacher Shai Plonski”


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