swedish massage

woman lying down on her front, her neck being massaged

The original massage technique involving a specific sequence of strokes (effleurage, petrissage, taponement, friction and vibration) working superficially and deeper into the tissue layers. It is known to increase oxygenation of blood and release metabolic waste such as lactic and uric acids from the tissues of the muscles, stimulat
ing all body’s functions, improving skin condition and creating warmth to help you relax physically and mentally.


  • Pain management.
  • Increased blood flow.
  • Rehabilitation for muscle injuries.
  • Increased flexibility.
  • Reduced stress.
  • Improved immune system.