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Why Us?

Just like the tradition of Thai massage itself, Siam Sabai Thai massage draws on many different influences and combines traditional and modern practices to create a unique experience for each guest.

Nuchnapha "Waew" Harriott
Registered Massage Therapist

Waew (pronounced like "wow!") was born and raised Thailand. There, she studied and received certification for Thai Foot Massage in 2005, and Traditional Thai Massage and Thai Aromatherapy in 2011. To further her career, Waew completed a two-year intensive program at the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy in 2013 and is registered with the Remedial Massage Therapists Association (RMTA).

Waew prides herself on providing individualized therapy- meaning that she understands that each body is unique and that each client needs his or her own style of treatment of their journey to be pain free. A typical treatment plan will offer a balance of treating the body and mind ; with Swedish Relaxation, Deep Tissue techniques and Traditional Thai Massage Treatment. She has ability to combine all of her training, both modern and traditional, to offer the best combination for clients to improve range of motion, release muscle tightness and improve overall health and well- being.

“I turned my passion for health and wellness into a rewarding career, Its felt really good when you can be part of keeping the community healthy”

Massage therapist Nuchnapha Harriott
Orasa Kaewmool
Registered Massage Therapist

Orasa Kaewmool, born and raised from a small town in the Northeast of Thailand called Sisaket. Completed a year of nursing school in Bangkok in 2009, Her tenure at nursing school included Thai and Herbal compress, Reflexology Massage and Traditional Thai Massage.

She completed 100 hours of Massage Therapy at the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy in 2013, along with her 2,200 hours training program in 2014 and is registered with The Massage Therapist Association of Alberta, The MTAA is a member-based organization dedicated to the maintenance and improvement of the profession of Massage Therapy and advocacy of its members locally, provincially and nationally.

“Everybody needs sometime to rejuvenate, refresh, recharge and begin again I realized the benefits of applying natural remedies to clients who experienced daily pains associated with a multitude of muscle and bone strains and leaned towards the practice given the best results”

Massage therapist Orasa Kaewmool