Thai massage and the development of Thai massage with the Thai massage rehabilitation project for eye massage therapy is comprised of seven postures. When all seven postures are performed, it will make you feel refreshed, clear-headed, light, relaxed, your eyes bright and clear, and help to restore normal eye function and relieve stress. It is recommended to do this daily to slow down the deterioration of the brain, eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and throat as follows:
Hairline press posture Use the index finger, middle finger, and ring finger to press on the edge of the eye socket until it feels appropriate. Do this on both sides at the same time, and then gradually press the three fingers upwards onto the head until it reaches the hairline. Repeat this posture 10-20 times. This posture helps to clear the brain, relieve headaches, and soothe anxiety.
Powder pressing posture Use the middle finger of both hands to press on the head of the eye (at the base of the nose) until it feels appropriate, then push the fingers up to the forehead, and then use all the fingers (except the thumb) to tap on the forehead until the fingertips meet, and then slide them down to the cheeks. Repeat this posture 10-20 times. This posture helps to brighten the eyes, improve blood circulation, refresh, and relieve drowsiness.
Mouth wiping posture Use the right palm to slap on the mouth, then move the hand to the far right, pressing firmly against the mouth, then change to the left hand to slap the mouth and do the same action. This is counted as one set. Repeat this posture 10-20 times. This posture stimulates the nerves of the cheeks, and muscles around the mouth, helps relieve twisted mouth.
Chin wiping posture Use the back of the right hand to slap the chin, then move the hand from left to right, pressing firmly under the chin, then change to the left hand to slap the chin and do the same action. This is counted as one set. Repeat this posture 10-20 times. This posture helps stimulate the nerves at the base of the tongue, and the muscles of the jaw, which helps to improve the elasticity of the lips
Chin Press: Use the tips of both thumbs to press underneath the chin, keeping them perpendicular to the chin. Apply sufficient and sustained pressure (10 seconds or count 1-10 slowly) and move the pressure point along the front of the chin. Repeat 5 times. This technique stimulates the base of the tongue, making speech clearer and more distinct.
Ear Rub: Use the middle and index fingers of both hands to rub the ears by folding them loosely with the fingers. Place the hands snugly against the cheeks and rub with a strong force 1 time. Repeat 20-30 times. This technique stimulates the ear muscles, helps relieve ear discomfort, dizziness, and improves balance
Earlobe Slap: Use both hands to cover both ears and place the tips of the middle fingers on the earlobes, while placing the index fingers behind the ears. Snap the middle fingers to hit the earlobes simultaneously with the proper force. Do not lift hands off the ears because this can cause excessive force and lead to negative effects. Repeat 20-30 times. This technique helps alleviate mental fatigue, making the mind clear and the eyes bright