Thai Warrior Massage is an ancient stretching technique dated before 13th century, which was practiced on injured warriors who returning from war.
 
Due to a westernized transforming the country from Siam into Thailand in the middle of Rattanakosin Era (King Rama VI, 1880 -1925 period). Warrior  massage technique was officially prohibited by the Government as
its considered to be primitive. Teaching and practicing were
forbidden in public sectors but still carried on privately among family.

During King Rama IX, Bhumibol Adulyadej (1950 to 2016) period,
the King greatly supported all Thai holistic health and its traditional medicine
as well as ancient Thai massage approaches.

In 1999 The Thai Patent Protection Act, Thai Traditional Medicine Institute
and Ministry of Public Health was established and has then been renaissance
ancient Thai (Siamese) warrior massage.

This unique massage practice from Thailand is a combination of
stretching technique or Ruesri Datton (Thai Hermit Exercise) or yoga practice and pressure points technique which was assembled by


Master Jack Sharman
or
Mr. Pathompon Aiyarattanaruk, Thailand

 
The combinations of this rhythmic massage, acupressure, gentle twisting and deep stretching approach is aiming to relieve tension and promoting life force energy in our human body which bring an extraordinary sense of well-being to both the recipient and therapist.


In 2017
Thai Warrior Massage have been known worldwide since Naree Seume who was trained by Master Jack Shaman won two gold medals from The International Massage Association at Copenhagen, Denmark in two categories;

The Best Asian Massage
and
World Championship in Massage 2017
 

Naree Seume vs Master Jack Shaman

Naree Seume vs Master Jack Shaman
Phang-Nga, Thailand

Thai Warrior Massage Global Mission