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Massage near Brick Lane

Directions from Brick Lane

We are just 200m from the hustle and bustle of Brick Lane and its numerous restaurants, so if you’re in the area or just passing through, why not book yourself a relaxing massage at Thai Kosai and let our trained masseuses work out the stress and knots?

We are easy to find from Brick Lane – just head towards the City along Fashion Street, cross over Commercial Street at the lights, and straight in front of you is White’s Row, with the turning for Toynbee Street just a couple of meters down White’s Row. We look forward to welcoming you! Please call ahead or text us to book a massage for today; or for appointments from tomorrow onwards, you can always try booking online.

Aromatherapy Massage

Blissfully relaxing full body aromatherapy oil massage

60 mins £60 | 90 mins £90

Traditional Thai Massage

Authentic traditional Thai massage by our expert practitioners

60 mins £60 | 90 mins £90

Head, Neck, Back and Shoulder Massage

Blissful head, neck and shoulder treatment to work out all the tension

60 mins £60

Foot Massage

Pamper your feet, relax and re-energise with our foot massage

60 mins £60

Four Hands Massage

Double the relaxation with two therapists performing full body massage

60 mins £120 | 90 mins £180

Deep Tissue Massage

Invigorating deep tissue massage to ‘de-knot’ your body

60 mins £60 | 90 mins £90

About Brick Lane

From the 15th Century Brick Lane was known for its brick and tile manufacturers – who set up in order to exploit the local brick earth deposits. In 1603 the buildings of Brick Lane were described as ‘filthy cottages’! As the brick industry moved away, it made way for a convenient burial ground just outside the walls of the City of London but Brick Lane now is home to a large Bangladeshi community and has gained fame as the curry capital of the UK thanks to its numerous curry restaurants. (For those not fans of curry there are other restaurants setting up too – including Kinkao Thai, a nice Thai restaurant at the North end of Brick Lane.)

There is plenty to do on Brick Lane other than eating and drinking – you can peruse a large flea market with stalls selling antiques, clothes, bric-a-brac and all sorts of other weird and wonderful things. At the weekend the whole market turns into a heaving food fair that spreads down Brick Lane, so you may want to take a break from the hustle and bustle and have a relaxing massage at Thai Kosai.
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