The former N&N Spa has been renamed and reopened as the Pavirin Spa, providing you with the same quality and type of service in authentic Thai massage that you’ve come to expect with our talented group of lovely Thai massage therapists. We are located at the same address and appointments can be made via our website. Please stop by and celebrate our new direction!
850 7th Avenue, Suite 506
New York, NY, 10019
Monday – Friday
Saturday & Sunday
212-765-3300 or 917-420-1246
Early Day Discount for Thai Massage
Pavirin Spa is now offering a 20% discount between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM. As a special for ladies, and couples massages, we are also offering 20% off the original price for 60 mins per person. This is a cash only promotion and gratuity is not included.
Enjoy a relaxing therapeutic massage with well-trained, highly-skilled Thai massage therapists. Unwind, relax, and take better care of your body. For a truly authentic Thai massage in Midtown, treat your body to the pleasure you deserve.
The Pavirin Spa
Pavirin Spa is a new Thai-style massage spa in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Thai massage is a type of massage in Thai style that involves stretching and deep massage. This form of bodywork is usually performed on the floor. Traditional table massages are also available.
Pavirin “Ning” Sinla
New York State Certified Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT)
Pavirin (known to her friends and clients as “Ning”) has more than ten years of experience as a professional massage therapist. She was certified in Thailand as a specialist in Thai massage therapy, has received a license to practice massage therapy from the State of New York and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association, a professional association endorsing professional standards in the massage industry.
Born in Thailand, Ning studied Thai massage at Wat Po Traditional School, a massage school located inside one of the most famous Buddhist temples in Bangkok. Ning then practiced as a Wat Po-certified therapist in Los Angeles at a spa/chiropractor’s office, where she also began to learn more about Western massage theory. With her roots in the Thai tradition, Ning expanded her repertoire by studying Western, Chinese and Japanese techniques at The Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York, graduating in 2008 with an Associate in Occupational Studies degree.
At the Swedish Institute, she added a formal education in biology, anatomy and physiology to her previously held knowledge of traditional Thai massage.
Her professional experience spans both coasts. In New York, her private practice has included both elite fitness clubs and five-star hotels. Previously the owner of a Thai spa in Manhattan,
she now focuses her personal attention and skills on private and celebrity clients.
Traditional Thai medicine is a natural, holistic approach to health and well-being, developed over thousands of years, which includes proper nutrition, physical exercise, the use of medicinal herbs and therapeutic massage. Traditional Thai medicine values compassion and spiritual health, as the Thai people believe that “the absence of illness is the best blessing.” The applied medical knowledge developed by Thai people through many generations is part of the ancient wisdom of Thailand.