Swedish Massage

“ Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live. ” – Jim Rohn

Swedish Massage

This is the most common form of massage, developed by Per Henrik Ling, a Swedish medical-gymnastic practitioner with wide ranging interests in the human body and the soul.

​There are five strokes of Swedish massage:
– Effleurage
– Petrissage
– Friction
– Tapotement
– Vibration

This massage is combined with active and passive movement of the muscles and joint.

This treatment will help you feel physical healing and mental relaxation.

Massage is the oldest tool to treat the body with many benefits:

Physical benefit:

reduces spasms
increases joint flexibility
releases endorphin
increased circulation of blood and lymph system
helps to boost the immune system
relieves the pain

Mental benefits:

fosters peace of mind
helps relieve mental stress
reduces levels of anxiety