Often described as "yoga for lazy people", Thai massage shares some similarities to Shiatsu, but differs in the amount of stretching involved (both for the client and therapist). During a Thai session, the therapist will use not only their hands, but also their legs, feet, and other parts of their body to alleviate the client's muscular tension. The stretching benefits the client by increasing their flexibility, while warming the muscles for massage, and serves to increase the client's overall range of motion. Since the therapist uses so many parts of the their body to massage at once, the client experiences a truly unique full-body massage that leaves them glowing. Despite the active nature of Thai massage, it is superbly relaxing and definitely leaves you wanting more. The client remains clothed throughout the session so wearing movable clothing is advised.