Welcome to Sabai Sabai
Health & Wellness

Massage Therapy & Personal Training

Massage Therapy

And Private Personal Training

Sabai Sabai Health & Wellness was established in 2020 by Maurice and Namphueng “Poo” McKay.

Poo has been a massage therapist since 2010, when she graduated from the Chetawan Traditional Thai (CTT) Massage School in Wat Po Bangkok Thailand. Since then she has attended massage courses at Watpo Thai Traditional Medical and Ayuravate Association in 2011, the Union of Thai Traditional Medicine Society in 2015, and Arizona School of Integrated Studies (ASIS) in 2019/2020 where she completed 800 hours of hands on training.

The core benefits of massages are widely accepted to include reduced stress, increased energy, flexibility, enhanced ability to absorb nutrition, improving circulation and range of motion. The practice has a relaxing and calming effect, balancing the nervous system, reducing/relieving pain and muscle tension, and enhancing the elimination of waste and toxic debris from daily physical, mental, and emotional strain.

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massages use more pressure than a Swedish massage. It’s a good option if you have chronic muscle problems, such as soreness, injury, or imbalance. It can help relieve tight muscles, chronic muscle pain, and anxiety.


During a deep tissue massage, the massage therapist will use slow strokes and deep finger pressure to relieve tension from the deepest layers of your muscles and connective tissues. The massage will typically last for 60–90 minutes.

While deep tissue may be more intense, you shouldn’t feel any pain or soreness.

Swedish/Relaxation Massage

These massages are a gentle type of full-body massage that’s ideal for people who are new to massages, have a lot of tension, or are sensitive to touch. They can help release muscle knots, and it’s also a good choice for when you want to fully relax during a massage. These massages are very relaxing and rejuvenating. They reduce stress, increase energy, flexibility, and ability to absorb nutrition, while improving circulation, with a relaxing and calming effect, and also reduces/relieves pain and muscle tension.

The massage therapist will use a combination of kneading, long, flowing strokes in the direction of the heart, deep circular motions, vibration and tapping, and passive joint movement techniques. Usually a Swedish massage will last for 60–90 minutes.

Reflexology/Foot Massage

Reflexology is best for people who are looking to relax or restore their natural energy levels. It’s also a good option if you aren’t comfortable being touched on your entire body. to stimulate the reflex points on the feet which correspond with the internal organs of the body.


The massage recipient should wear loose, comfortable clothing that allows access to legs and feet. Reflexology uses gentle to firm pressure on different pressure points of the feet, hands, and ears.

Reflexology massages usually lasts for 30–60 minutes.

Benefits may include, but are not limited to:
Stimulating the points to relax the body while promoting general health and wellbeing. Stress relief, clarity of mind, improved sleep, accelerated physical healing, improved circulation and toxin removal, stimulated lymphatic drainage and immune system boost.

Traditional Thai Massage

The ancient-manner massage involves stretching and deep tissue massage. This is usually performed on the floor, but can be done on a table with limitations on some movements by request.  The recipient should wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes to allow movement. No oils are used in this type of massage.


The therapist leans on the recipient’s body using hands and usually straight forearms, locked at the elbow applying firm rhythmic pressure. The massage follows the Sen lines on the body. Legs and feet  can be used to fixate the body or limbs of the recipient. A full Thai massage session is typically 90 minutes or more, and includes rhythmic pressing and stretching of the whole body; this may include pulling fingers, toes, ears, cracking the knuckles, and arching the recipient’s into cobra position. There is a standard procedure and rhythm to Thai massages.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massages can be a safe way for women to get a massage during pregnancy. It can help reduce pregnancy body aches, reduce stress, and ease muscle tension. You can get a massage at any time during your pregnancy. However, we do not offer massages to women in their first trimester due to the risk of miscarriage during this time.


Prenatal massages use mild pressure similar to a Swedish massage. The therapist focuses on areas such as lower back, hips, and legs. During the massage, the recipient will either lie on their side or on a specially designed pillow. If you’ve had pain in your calves or other parts of your legs, see a doctor before receiving a massage.

This type of massage will usually last 30–60 minutes.

Benefits of prenatal massages include reduced pregnancy body aches, reduced stress, and ease of muscle tension.

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massages are best for those who have muscle pain and tension or if you just want to relax. This type of massage therapy is similar to Swedish massages, except the massage therapist uses heated stones in addition to using their hands. Using heated stones can ease muscle tension, improve blood flow, and relieve pain and stress.


The massage is usually 90 or 120 minutes long, as 60 minutes does not provide enough time for this type of massage.

During a hot stone massage, heated stones are placed on different areas over the whole body. The therapist may hold a stone as they massage different parts of your body using Swedish massage techniques and using gentle pressure.

Shiatsu Massage

Shiatsu massage is best for people who want to feel relaxed and relieve stress, pain, and tension. It’s a Japanese type of massage that promotes emotional and physical calm and relaxation.

Shiatsu massages work the whole body, but the therapist may focus on areas of the body that need extra attention. During the massage, the therapist will use their hands, palms, and thumbs to massage certain points of your body. Pulsing or rhythmic pressure is used. The recipient can be fully clothed during this massage.

Shiatsu massages typically last for 60–90 minutes.

Benefits include, but are not limited to helping relieve stress, anxiety, and depression, may relieve headaches, and reduce muscle tension.

Cupping Massage

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

The benefits of cupping therapy have been shown to increase circulation and decrease anxiety. It encourages tissues to release toxins and may even help reduce stretch marks and scars.

Cupping massages typically last for 60–90 minutes.

Personal Training

We offer one-on-one private personal training. This is ideal for anyone that does not want to go to a crowded gym, for whatever reason, and desires the full attention of the trainer.

Our personal trainer received his certification in 2018 and strength and conditioning certification in 2020, and is very active in the fitness community. In addition to being a trainer he is active duty military and the owner of Zeus Supplements.

We offer:

  • Personalized training plans
  • Equipment familiarization
  • Weight loss guides
  • How to create meal plans
  • Specialty programs to improve muscle strength, endurance, fat loss, or just about anything you may desire.

Please contact us below to schedule an appointment.


Sun-Mon – Closed

Tues-Fri – 9am – 5pm

Sat – 10am-5pm


info@sabai-hw.com or 520-573-7734

Please fill out these forms and email to us prior to your appointment to avoid having to do them at the time of your scheduled appointment. 

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