Traditional Thai massage is a very intense and deep massage performed in a special garment. No oils are used during this massage. In Thailand, this massage is treated as a therapeutic massage. 

Massage with aromatic oils is less intense and more relaxing. 

For more information on types of massage, see the "Offer" tab

Different things happen and we understand this as much as possible. However, we ask that any cancellations are made a minimum of 5 hours before the massage appointment. This will allow other clients to take advantage of the free space. We will arrange an alternative appointment time with you.

At the salon we accept all debit and credit cards as well as cash. You can also pay for the service by bank transfer by purchasing an invitation in our online shop

In exceptional circumstances this is possible, please contact the salon to make arrangements. The invitation will only become invalid if you do not turn up on the agreed date without contacting the salon first.

There is no rule about the appointments available in our salon. However, we suggest that you call and make an appointment 4-5 days in advance.

There are paid on-street parking spaces on Długa Street (Subzone A). 5 minutes from the salon is also Kupiec Poznański and Stary Browar where there are paid parking spaces. No parking available in the private car park at 14 Dluga Street. 

Since 2009, professionally trained and experienced Thai masseuses have been giving massages in our salon.

Traditional Thai Massage has nothing to do with erotic massage and we do not provide such services in our salon.

The invitation is used by the bearer on the day of the visit. Inform us of the change when making your booking.

You will be provided with everything you will need for your massage at the salon, there is no need to bring a towel or outfit with you. We suggest leaving your jewellery at home. It is very important to familiarise yourself with the contraindications to massage before your visit. 

In our salon, massages are performed by very experienced masseuses. We suggest that you first discuss with your own doctor whether you can benefit from a massage. Our masseuses strongly suggest that people in their first and third trimesters do not receive massages. For ladies in their second trimester, we recommend a gentle massage with aromatic oils.   

Invitations purchased online are personal, but the purchase is for a specific massage available in our online shop. So any person holding an invitation can use it. Invitations purchased in our salon at 14 Dluga Street can be filled in with information such as: from whom, for whom and on what occasion

We know from experience that customers who use our services are delighted. So we are confident that the gift will be a success. A surprise? Not necessarily. Our experience tells us that there are some people who prefer to prepare for a massage and bringing them to a massage without prior information sometimes does not end up as expected. 

If you notice symptoms of illness such as persistent cough, malaise, difficulty breathing, please cancel or reschedule your appointment.

If you have had a recent COVID test and have not yet received a result please reschedule your appointment until you have received a negative result.

When entering the salon, please use a mask in accordance with current regulations.

Upon entering the salon, please disinfect your hands.

Please come to appointments at the agreed time and also without accompanying persons.

We strive to create the safest possible environment for our clients and staff in view of the situation around us. However, if you still do not feel comfortable using our services, we suggest postponing your visit to a later date. Do not worry about the expiry date of your invitation or pass. We will accept them at a later date. 


In most cases, Thai massage is a safe treatment. People who are affected by any of the following should not undergo massage.
- The consumption of alcohol before the massage is not recommended.
- A meal should be consumed at the latest one and a half hours before the massage.  

Contraindications to massage:
- all conditions with a high body temperature (above 38° C), acute and subacute inflammatory conditions,
- skin discontinuity, early period after fractures, sprains and dislocations (in such cases individual healthy joints may be massaged)
- all kinds of dermatological lesions,
- scars, bruises, skin inflammations, varicose veins (in such cases, only healthy parts of the body may be massaged)
- allergies to cosmetics used in massage,
- haemorrhages or a tendency to their occurrence,
- Uncompensated heart defects, aneurysms, fresh blood clots, fresh myocardial infarction,
- malignant and non-malignant tumours,
- post-traumatic strokes in joints and muscles (up to 3 days after the injury)
- phlebitis
- osteomyelitis with fistulas,
- core cavernosity,
- the period of the first trimester and the last month of pregnancy,
- the entire period of pregnancy with complications,
- all cases requiring surgical intervention,
- people after surgery (massage can be given 12 months after surgery if it was major and 6 months after a minor one if the scars are well healed)
- peptic ulcer disease with bleeding,
- liver and kidney stones.