Massage

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage is one of the oldest and the most natural forms of healing. It uses a combination of stroking, pressing and kneading movements on different areas of the body to relieve pain, relax, stimulate and tone the tissue. Massage does more than create a pleasant sensation on the skin but also works on the deeper layers of the body like muscles, ligaments and tendons improving their condition and function. It works on both the musculoskeletal and nervous systems, to restore your physical and emotional well being.

The Benefits of massage:

  • reduce stress and fatigue
  • improve circulation , supply of oxygen and nutrients to the cells
  • relieve muscle spasms and tension headache
  • enhance ability to think and concentrate
  • ease sore muscles and joints
  • increase range of motion and flexibility
  • clean the body of toxins and wastes by encouraging the function of the lymphatic system
  • improve skin and muscles tone
  • strenghten the immune system by reducing stress level and promoting circulation
  • tonify energy
  • aid recovery from injuries
  • reduce the blood pressure
  • improve posture
  • relax your body and mind

Sport Massage

Intense massage using deep strokes to improve circulation, discharge toxins, and rebalance the neurological and musculoskeletal systems. Treats existing injuries but also helps to prevent them. Perfect for those who prefer deep muscle work.Sport Massage is a rapidly expanding field, popular among both professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts. It focuses on the use of massage to assist training by preventing injuries and promoting recovery . It is used both before and after exercise as well as in the treatment of sport injuries such as sprains, strains and tendonitis.

Deep tissue massage

Involves slow strokes and deep finger pressure on areas of the body suffering from chronic muscle tension or areas that simply ache or feel contracted. Deep tissue massage is especially effective with tense areas such as stiff necks and sore shoulders.

Trigger Points Therapy

Trigger Points Therapy applies concentrated pressure to areas of chronic and severe pain in the muscles called trigger points. With the proper pressure duration and location immediate relief of tension and muscle functioning improvement can occur.

Full body massage

It encourages healing by promoting the flow of blood and lymph. It also stimulates nerves, stretches and loosens muscles and connective tissue to keep them elastic. It can provide welcome relief from symptoms of stress, anxiety, tension, depression and insomnia as well as back pain, headache and some forms of chronic pain. Full Body Massage is also a very pleasant experience allowing your mind to switch off and unwind.

Head & Neck & Shoulders Massage

This treatment concentrates on removing the tension from the most sensitive areas like the head, neck and shoulders, on which we all tend to accumulate the most of our stress. For the best results It might be combined with gentle neck stretches and the manipulation of the shoulder blades.

Combined Therapy: Massage & Acupuncture

Combined therapy consisting of Massage and Acupuncture is a great dynamic treatment to combat stress and muscle tension. After a relaxing unwinding massage acupuncture is used to balance the internal emotions and tonify your Qi – energy in the whole body.