Stone massage resorts in Thailand have been hit by the downturn in tourism, but this resort in Chiang Mai is proving to be a popular option for tourists.
It is not a traditional spa, but rather a spa with a modern twist that combines traditional Chinese techniques with Thai spa treatments, including acupuncture, hypnosis and massage.
It has been on the tourist radar since 2016, when Thailand’s Ministry of Tourism announced it was building a new spa in the capital, Bangkok.
Stone massage resorts have been built in China, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia, and the majority of these resorts in the world are in developing countries.
But in Thailand, the trend is catching on and now Stone massage is one of the top five most popular resorts on the island of Thailand.
Stone massage is a Thai spa that combines traditional Chinese techniques with Thai massage treatments.
Stone massage was established in 2003, and it is one of Thailand’s top five stretches and a popular tourist destination.
“The concept is to have the natural environment at the heart of the spa, and to use a holistic approach, and so it doesn’t have to be all about technology,” said Makchay Jhamasrawit, a director at Stone massage in Chantaup, Thailand.
“In the end, we don’t have a computer, so the spa itself is completely natural.”
Stone massage was founded in 2003 by former Thai businessman Yasin Prawutthim, who had previously worked in the tourism sector.
“The idea was to provide the best natural environment for the tourists to come and relax, and that’s what we’ve been doing,” he told Business Insider.
“For me personally, the idea is to be part of the culture and be a part of culture,” he said.
“You are part of nature and you are part with the people, so you feel like you are in nature.”
The resort, which is currently open for business, is located at the edge of the tourist town of Chantong in the northern part of Chiangma, and is surrounded by beautiful natural surroundings.
The resort offers a wide array of treatments and services, including hypnosis, massage, acupuncture and massage, to name a few.
Some of the treatments include energy enhancement treatments, which involve the use of energy to stimulate the body, while others include hypnosis to allow patients to talk about their experiences with their illnesses.
One of the best-known hypnosis treatments is called Changmai Nong, which involves using acupuncture needles to stimulate a person’s brain to release positive emotions and feelings.
When a patient is hypnothermic, their body responds to acupuncture needles and positive thoughts by releasing more of the chemical neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine.
Chanhui Chin, a local expert at the Chiangmai Natural Sciences University, explained that the Chantin is an old tradition that is being revived in the resort, in which the resort uses ancient Chinese medicine methods to help people deal with their emotions and illnesses.
“This is the new Chantangmahai Nung,” said Chanhui, adding that the old way of treating depression and anxiety is being brought back to the resort.
I am still not sure why there is such a strong desire to revive this ancient way of healing, but that’s how it feels to me.
Many of the people who use the spa say they enjoy the spa because of the traditional nature of the resort as well as the spa’s emphasis on natural treatments and wellness.
There are currently seven Stone massage therapists working in Chathong, but the resort has been expanding in 2017, adding another five therapists.
Thailand has one of the most robust and diverse stretch centers in the region.
In 2018, the resort opened a new location, at Chantunggkorn.
This new location also has a more modern feel, with the Spa at the Chantauphin Tathabulaan building located on the outskirts of the town.
On the main thoroughfare, Chantakulong, there are also a number of different restaurants and other entertainment options, including the local rock band, Choo Nong Rock.
With all of the modernity of the Chathanmai Stretches, many people also think it is a safe place to relax.
“I am happy to see that it is still a popular destination,” said Chantaungwan Thon, who is visiting from Thailand.
“We are very much enjoying our stay there, and I have no complaints.”
While the resort is located close to Chantam, a major city in Champa province, the Chichon Stretch offers visitors a much more traditional and relaxed experience