About Spa Diamond in Birmingham
What are we?
Here at Spa Diamond in Birmingham we are fully equipped with the facilities, the experience and the expertise to provide you with the massage your body needs! Our staff are all trained to a very high standard and are specialised in many different forms of massage. Whether it is just a full body massage for that all over feeling of complete relaxation or for more specific physical and mental needs, you have come to the right place.
Who are we?
Welcome to Spa Diamond Massage where we have made massage into an art form and you can be assured of experiencing the very best massage in Birmingham. In a relaxing tranquil and welcoming environment you can enjoy a variety of treatments. We use holistic massage therapy to diminish aches and pains, improve flexibility and reduce tension.
The benefits of massage are numerous, with the most predominant being the maintenance of good health and the ability to treat a wide spectrum of health concerns. Traditional massage is known for its ability to clear the energy pathways.
What do we do?
At Spa Diamond we have a carefully selected team of qualified therapists dedicated to providing you with an unforgettable experience. You can choose from a range of outsanding treatments in massage, pedicure or manicure!
At Spa Diamond you can experience the aromatic sensual delights of Thai treatments in a veritable oasis of tranquillity. Our treatment therapist will immerse you in a traditional Thai atmosphere in warm and welcoming surroundings.
The Specialists in Thai Massage in Birmingham
The following are some of the benefits of traditional Thai massage
- Increases flexibility and range of movement
- Eliminates muscle pain and muscle spasms
- Improves postural alignment
- Calms the nervous system
- Promotes a deep sense of relaxation with an increased energy level.
- Allows for a significant release of deep, emotional distress
- Stimulates blood circulation and lymph drainage
- Stimulates internal organs
- Relieves fatigue , swollen limbs, painful joints, and headaches
How do we work?
Massage is like a cross between acupressure, Yoga , and Zen shiatsu and is inspired by Buddhist teachings. The actual massage consists of slow, rhythmic compressions and stretches along the body's energy lines, also called sen in Thai. Over 70,000 sen are said to exist within the body, and Thai massage concentrates on applying pressure along 10 of the most important sen, using the palms of the hands, thumbs, elbows, and feet. The effort from the practitioner works to free tension within the body. Practitioners also position the body into yoga-like poses and gently rock the body to open the joints and facilitate limbering.
Massage can be strenuous for the practitioner. To become a master, it is said that the best place to learn is where the therapy originates. The well known school at Wat Po in Bangkok and in Chiang Mai, The Institute of Thai Massage, both in Thailand, are famous for their teaching of the ancient art. It is also possible to receive instruction in the United States from teachers who studied in Thailand.
Our practitioners of massage are taught the most important aspects of the meditative spiritual awareness, mindfulness, and concentration. Correct body positioning and posture control while giving a massage are of vital importance to the practitioner in order to avoid injury, especially to the back.
How to find us
Directions from the North
Heading south on the A38(M) towards Birmingham City Centre, leave at the Park Circus junction (Sign posted for Aston Cross) and stay in the left lane. At the rouandabout, take the first exit onto the B4132 for 500 yds until you get to the next roundabout. Take the 3rd Exit onto Lichfield Road (A5127) towards Birmingham. You will pass Motorpoint on your right hand side and we are on the left hand side just before you get to the next roundabout. We have parking to the rear.
At the roundabout, take the first exit, and then turn immediately left (before the pedestrian crossing, through the silver gates to get to the car park. We are the first building on the left.