great price, great whole staff, recommended freinds, interesting experience, pretty good massage, best thai massage
Traditional Thai massage, also known as ancient massage or Thai yoga massage, dates back more than 300 years in its present form, with its origins going back more than 5,000 years to ancient India and China. While Thai massage combines elements of Ayeurvedic medicine, Hatha yoga and Chinese acupressure, it has evolved into a system that is entirely unique and is widely regarded as one of the best systems of therapeutic massage. Our masseuses are all trained exclusively in Thailand at Wat Pho College of Traditional Medicine, the world's leading school of Thai massage. They are also certified in Thai foot massage and Swedish massage.Come into Thai Sabai to experience a 5,000-year-old method of body massage. Your body will thank you. …
What a great massage! My therapist used tons of techniques that removed every knot from my body. She even asked what level of pressure I wanted, whether it was okay or not to walk on my back and asked what I'd like her to focus on. She does a combo of stretches, walking on the back, massaging with and without oil and uses wet warm towels to ease your muscles at the end.
In addition, it has nice decor and soothing music, free water bottle, free parking in back, and after 10 visits, you get a free massage!
Good quality, good deals, and plenty of free parking: how do you get better than that?
First, this place us just beautiful - great design job whoever did it.
For women, they give you a cute spa out-fit with shorts and a backless top. - very comfortable and easy to move around in for Thai Massage.
I told my masseuse that I had some serious knots in my back and shoulders, and she recommended the Thai Swedish combination. Her name was Vipa, and she was AMAZING! She had incredible strength, and her technique was very smooth and sophisticated. She did a lot of detailed work on the problem areas in my back, and the relief was dramatic. And I just loved it when she walked on my back, but you have to request that. I have been to many high end spas, and I would have to say that this was the best massage I ever had. Vipa ROCKS!
When I was checking out at the front desk, a couple had just finished their massages, and I heard the woman say to her boyfriend that it was the best massage that she had ever had too.
So this is a beautiful, clean space with a very professional staff. Highly recommended!
Best Thai Massage in LA.. Thai Sabai is an outstanding Thai massage expereince. A writer/producer in Hollywood, I have traveled extensively and had massages all over the world. At the end of all of my massages at Thai Sabai, I have felt enviigorated and energized in a way that I have never felt before. The staff is excellent, courteous and kind, and the presentation and decor beautiful. Thai Sabai is not only the best Thai massage in LA in my opinion, it is the best massage I have had on two contintents.
Great Thai Massage.
A friend had been recommending Thai Sabai for a while, so I thought I wold give them a try in Westwood. I have had Thai Massage before, and all I can say is WOW!
This is a beautiful new space, and I love the clean Zen lines. It is very calming and centering. The Shoji doors are a great touch, and really add to the Zen vibe, along with the candles running down the hall.
I worked with a therapist named Noi, and this was one of the best massages I have ever had. I have had a lot of different types of massage, and she got to stuff that I had no idea I was holding in my body. I felt great for days afterward.
I give Thai Sabai 5 stars also because they keep this place squeaky clean, the staff is very friendly, and they have free parking right behind the shop. This is a high end place at a great price.
Best Thai Massage in LA, Hands Down. Greetings all! My favorite Thai massage studio, Thai Sabai, has just finished renovating their wonderful new space in Westwood and it is beautiful! So to escape this oppressive heat, come in to experience certifiably the best traditional Thai Massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports massage, Pregnancy massage, Foot Reflexology and more. Their fab new digs offer 15 stations, 5 private rooms, couples and group rooms, and a Swedish room for table massages. For those of you who have experienced Thai Sabai in Thai Town, this location is convenient to those residing on the west side, south bay, the valley and the beautifully appointed zen atmosphere will calm and relax even the most stressed among us. Thai Sabai is located at 2306 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, 90064, phone: 310 801 3912. Go and then tell all your friends...you'll love me for this! Book now as they are already getting busy because of their insanely affordable prices and, hands down, they are the best in town.
CAME IN HUNCHED OVER IN PAIN, LEFT SKIPPING!. This nondescript very discreet spot should be enshrined. After all of the holiday shopping, parties, events, family gatherings, etc. I have felt like a shredded rag. Some freinds recommended that I go to Thai Sabai and, having never had a Thai Massage before took them up on their suggestion....I'm so happy I did!!!! These Thai women who took complete control of my body rubbing, pulling, kneading, stretching and flexing made me feel like a million bucks in less than an hour and sent me reeling off into another pain free dimension that I haven't quite experienced before. I left feeling downright giddy and relaxed and will definitely be back...the best part....at $45 the price is definitely right. So long fancy day spas....I can have a month's work of bliss at Thai Sabai for what it would cost for an hour at some of the more poplular places around town.
Best Ever!. As a massage therapist, I have experienced many different massage styles and Thai massage is the best ever and Thai Sabai has the best Thai massage in the city. When in Holllywood, I would reccomend Phit, Sana or Nadia. In Westwood, my favorites are Sandra or Oi (spelling?) Clean, great prices, excellent service, what more could you ask for?
Pretty good massage; not in a private room.
Thai Sabai was an interesting experience. Prior to this, I had only been to "day-spa-type" places (ie. Burke Williams)
Overall, I had a good massage. They give you shorts to wear and an open-back halter top. The woman used just enough pressure and eased off when I told her to. She was skilled in that her strokes were all along my pressure points. I told her I had pain in my shoulders and arm, so she used some analgesic balm (smelled minty) while massaging those areas. There were some simple stretches at the end, which made me feel I was at a physical therapist, but it was for only like 5 minutes.
I didn't like the fact that the room was not private. For 1/2 my massage, the woman in the next curtain over was moaning and groaning -- NOT relaxing. The other thing I didn't like was the gluteus maximus massage. I realize there are pressure points there, but I should have told her to stop the minute she started massaging my butt. So that is my own fault. Getting a massage on a mat on the floor didn't bother me. Sometimes she used her foot to massage my legs, but there was a blanket covering my legs at the time.
Most likely, I won't go back to Thai Sabai, But I will continue to try other "no frills" massage places.
This will convert you to Thai Massage. Though the place is a hole in the wall you can't beat these massages. The minute they touch your feet you are off in heaven. This is best done with another person you are comfortable with because they often have you share rooms with one other person. This is a great date thing to do.
Editorial Review. Center practices traditional Thai massage--a relaxing mixture of assisted yoga poses, deep stretching and massage. Child and prenatal massage available.
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