Thai Massage

Sita's Thai Massage is the most relaxing and energising massage in Palmerston North.

Proof of clients Full Covid Vaccination will required for all bookings with Sita’s Thai Massage from Wednesday December 3rd 2021.

If you are booking massage appointments from 3rd December 2021 and onwards then upon arrival you will need to provide proof you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The only proof which is acceptable is to present the New Zealand Government's My Vaccine Pass (either digitally or as a printed hard copy).


We will need to verify your status when you arrive for your appointment. If you are unable to provide proof we cannot deliver the service. If you have prepaid for the booking or wish to use a Gift Voucher then we offer two options, you will be able to

  1. Place your booking into credit until you are fully vaccinated or tested.
  2. Receive a refund if you have prepaid for your appointment online.


Any Customers with valid medical exemptions will need to confirm their exemption on arrival with an NZ Ministry of Health exemption certificate. We will accept this at our discretion.


The normal basic COVID precautions also need to be followed:

Clients need to scan in or register when you visit us, our online booking system also provides a legitimate tracing record of your visit.

As it is impractical to maintain 2 meter distancing masks are required during your visit.


Thank you for your assistance & ongoing support in these difficult times.


Due to the on-going concerns regarding the COVID Pandemic we have implemented additional cleaning and hygiene processes in our business.

  • All surfaces touched or in close proximity to clients are disinfected with commercial grade disinfectant between client visits
  • Disposable tissues are used to cover the headrest areas
  • Hand Sanitizer is used by our staff, and clients are requested to use this on arrival
  • A mask will be worn by our staff at all times with clients
  • Tissues are available on hand for use by clients if sneezing or coughing
  • Should our staff develop any symptoms then all appointments will immediately be cancelled  


Ministry of Health advice to reduce the risk of infection remains unchanged and includes:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid sharing anything that has come in contact with saliva
  • Stay home if you are ill and seek medical attention
  • Ensure sneezes, coughs etc are covered
  • Get adequate sleep and eat well-balanced meals to ensure a healthy immune system
  • Practice social distancing – keep 1.5m distance between yourself and other people

This Ministry of Health page contains up to date information and advice for you about coronavirus. I recommend you check it regularly to see what has changed:

COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) – health advice for the general public

Basic hygiene measures

The Ministry of Health advise that to protect yourself, basic hygiene measures are the most important way to stop the spread of infections. Basic hygiene measures include:

  • Washing your hands regularly with soap and water, and drying them

  • Using alcohol-based hand sanitiser where soap and water is not accessible

  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and disposing of the tissue in a bin or plastic bag

  • Cleaning surfaces regularly

  • Staying at home if you are sick


What does Thai Massage feel like ?

Thai Massage is sometimes called Thai yoga massage, because the therapist uses his or her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches. Many people say Thai Massage is like yoga without any work. People describe Thai Massage as both relaxing and energizing.

Energizing and Rigorous

Thai Massage is more energizing and rigorous than other forms of massage.



What conditions can Thai Massage help with?

Thai Massage offers the following benefits:
- relaxes
- reduces stress
- improves circulation and breathing
- increases energy
- increases flexibility
- improves range of motion
- helps to clear and calm your mind

Thai Herb

Thai Herb Compress Massage

Thai Herbal Compress Massage uses heated herbal compresses wrapped in balls of cotton muslin known as "Lookprakob". These are steamed to release the potent qualities of the Thai herbs. The herbal ball can be used on almost any part of the body.

Thai Herbal Compress Massage offers the following benefits:
- Reduces tendon, joint swelling and muscle pain
- Stimulates blood circulation
- Reduces inflammation of your joints and muscles
- Relaxes muscles
- Improves your skin condition whilst stimulating your senses


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