The Herbal Poultice or “Luk Pra Kob” (literally translated to mean “pressing herbal sphere”) in Thai is best described as a deep heat medicinal muscle treatment that dates back to 14th Century Thailand when a hot pack was administered to war soldiers returning from battle. To rejuvenate warriors, a bundle of therapeutic herbs was steamed and applied to the body to soothe aches and pains. The body absorbs the heat, along with the organic herbs to help ease muscle aches & pains, alleviate stiff joints, stimulate circulation, increase lymphatic drainage, detoxify & release stagnant energy in the body.

The tradition of herbal healing dates back for centuries and is an integrated system of medicine incorporating the Indian Ayurvedic system with Chinese practices, mixed folk medicine and the belief in the powers of nature and earth.

“A mindful and meditative therapy that clients love receiving and therapists love giving.” 

As the first to introduce and popularize the herbal poultice to spas and spa-goers in the USA, it has become Beauty Secrets signature service with the largest selection and unmatched quality of organic herbal blends for the face and body. We offer comprehensive NCBTMB Approved CE Training for all our Herbal Poultice Spa Therapies, along with marketing and retail support to ensure your success.

Herbal Poultice NCBTMB Approved CE Training Programs

sealBeauty Secrets comprehensive CE Training Programs maintain the healing traditions of Thai massage with proprietary protocols developed in Thailand by a Thai Master for increased therapeutic benefits. All our Herbal Poultice Therapies include our signature Royal Thai & Aromatherapy Massage that corresponds to specific Sên Points and Sên Meridians to release blocked energy and increase the flow of energy in the body, along with an herbal poultice blend that caters to your guests’ specific needs.

Our NCBTMB Training Programs are designed to provide therapists with a deep understanding of Thai massage and the meditative mindfulness that nourishes both the giver and recipient. In addition, concentration on proper use and technique is necessary to reduce the risk of injury and increase the benefits for a true healing experience.

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