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The most popular and relaxing massage, it enhances blood flow using oil or lotion. There are 5 basic massage strokes: effleurage (light and long strokes), petrissage (kneading), friction, tapotement (percussion) and vibrations.


Deep Tissue

Usually starting like a Swedish massage, it focuses on applying strong pressure on knots and sore spots.


Zen Shiatsu​

Originally done on a mat on the floor, it is performed on a massage table using compressions, rotations, stretches, palm and thumb work applying pressure on acupressure points following the 12 major meridians connected with the internal organs of the body. This is based on traditional Chinese medicine.


Insight Bodywork

This treatment is a combination of Eastern and Western techniques applied intuitively using soothing brushes, holds, compressions, vibrations and stretches.



This Japanese technique meaning Universal Life Force is based on a spiritual practice of meditation. Applying palms on the body with light pressure, the healing energy flows throughout the body restoring harmony and balance.



Based on reflex zone therapy, this treatment stimulates the endocrinal, lymphatic and nervous systems by applying gentle to firm pressure to the feet and hands.


Craniosacral Therapy

Based on osteopathic techniques, this treatment is deeply relaxing, releasing tensions by applying light pressure on the skull, face, jaw, back of the neck, spine and sacrum.


Hot Stones

They were used by Native Americans to treat aching muscles. Their warm and smooth properties have a cleansing and relaxing effect.


Sound Healing

This treatment can be added at the end of a session. Tibetan singing bowls are placed on and around the body as well as a pure quartz crystal and tingshaws to clear the energetic field.









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