As soon as you feel the sensual flower oil on your skin, you will instantly relax. The freshness, the smell, the atmosphere; it’s all powerful stuff. The traditional flower culture and belief was used to shape the entire treatment programme.
In Thai culture, a person’s birthday can be used to forecast their behaviour. The traditional horoscope can be analysed by their character.
A flower is a unique symbol of which Thais use for different opportunities in life. The colour and meaning of a flower can be compared to the mind and soul of each person.
There is a different flower used for each day of the week according to the day the person was born:
Monday – Jasmine:
A person born on this day is very warm and comforting, cheerful, fun in love but prone to sudden anger.
Tuesday – Orchid:
Inclined to leadership, strong and easy to love.
Wednesday – Lotus:
Friendly, thoughtful and respectful, they can be successful but also emotional and sensitive.
Thursday – Jampaka:
An honest, open-heated and modest. Thursday's children love to help people and enjoy being surrounded by others, although can sometimes be know to be a little arrogant.
Friday – Lavender:
A young dreamer, artistic, with a calm and melodic grace. Friday's children make people fall in love but can sometimes be a little over emotional.
Saturday – Lily:
A confident, freedom loving and dignified person. Saturday's children like a challenge, are simple and beautiful, but sometimes very jealous.
Sunday – Rose:
A person that can blind people by their words, calm, yet can do anything fast. Known to fall in love easily.
Spa manager, Waraporn Hlongdiew, 28, said, “Our treatment programme uses flowers as an ingredient in its three spa sessions, including a 30-minute scrub, a 30-minute body wrap, and a 55-minute oil massage.
“The programme will perhaps come as a surprise to some of my clients as well, some remember the date of their birthday but some of them don’t.”