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The relaxation massage is one of the most well-known forms of massage and has been around for thousands of years. The basis of this massage is to calm the body and mind.

There is a difference between a Deep tissue- and a Relaxation massage. The Relaxation massage does not aim to restore your deeper muscles, but mostly works on the outer layers of the muscle tissue. The pace and pressure during the relaxation massage are also softer.


When do you choose a Relaxation massage

Relaxation massage is, as the name suggests, aimed at general relaxation and relieves muscle tension whilst improving your blood circulation. Like other massages, this treatment can help the self-healing capacity of our body.



A relaxation massage can:

  • reduce stress, headaches and migraines

  • relieve stiff and sore muscles

  • helps eliminate toxins

  • boost your immune system

  • provide extra energy



Gentle to medium pressure, mostly slow movement techniques.


Massaged areas

Neck, shoulders, back, legs & feet (front and back), arms & hands, head and if desired stomach. Your massage therapist will adapt the massage to your needs.



Better flow of physical and emotional energy, making you feel more vital and energetic.


Time duration


45 min Upper- or lower body - 85 CHF

60 min Upper- or lower body / Full body - 110 CHF

90 min Full body - 160 CHF


When is a massage not recommended?

A massage is very nice, but in some cases it is not recommended to take a massage as you will not benefit from all the advantages. We call these contra-indications. Contra-indications are reasons why someone may not (absolute) or partially (relative) be massaged, unless there is permission from the attending physician and/or specialist. Your health and safety is our top priority.

The following contra-indications apply to all our massages:

  • Fever

  • Infectious diseases – bad cold, flu and strep throat

  • Unbearable pain

  • Poor general health

  • Diseases in which there is an increased metabolism

  • Cancer – during chemotherapy or radiation treatment

  • Serious vascular diseases

  • Extreme fatigue or exhaustion

  • Psychological trauma at an early stage

  • Inflammation

  • Injury

  • Infectious skin conditions

  • Antibiotics – please consult your doctor

  • Blood thinners – please consult your doctor


Do not completely rely on what is described here, if you think that you are able and willing to be massaged, please consult your doctor.

Of course, any form of massage with the use of alcohol and drugs is prohibited.

Please note: if the massage therapist is not fully or incorrectly informed, we cannot be held liable for damage and/or injury as a result.

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