Massage & Body Treatments
Our bodywork therapies are designed to complement your yoga practice. Our therapists understand the importance of helping you to connect to your body, releasing tension and improving your posture.
Just a few benefits of regular massage therapy as an active part of your yoga practice are: releasing tension in problem areas, loosening the connective tissue in your outer thighs and increasing hip flexibility, improve your body awareness and highlight imbalances that can then be addressed in your yoga practice.
€25 for 30 min / €45 for 60 min
Swedish Massage (Classic Massage)
This is a mild, moderate or deeper strokes on the back, arms, legs, neck and the rest of the body to target tissues and muscles for maximum stress relief, pain relief and most of all relaxation. Swedish Massage uses gliding, kneading, tapping, friction and movement of joints to improve circulation and flexibility, increase the level of oxygen in the blood and decrease muscle toxins whilst easing tension.
Swedish Massage with Deep Tissue/Myofascial Release
Deep Tissue Massage focuses on stretching the tissue that surrounds muscles, bones, nerves and organs. Deep Tissue Massage works layer by layer through tissue and muscles down to the deepest accessible layers to help create freedom of movement by releasing fascial adhesions (knots) and muscle contractures. It is used to target smaller areas of the body that are in specific need of attention.
Zoku Shin Do (Japanese Foot Massage) 30 mins
Zoku – Foot, Shin – Heart, Do – Way. Zoku Shin Do is the oldest form of East Asian Foot Reflexology. This adapted version is a relaxing foot and lower leg massage, which works specifically on the acupressure points. As well relaxation for the feet it is can also promote a feeling of wellness in the whole body.
Craniosacral Therapy with Chakra Balancing
This is a holistic modality that is one of the most gentle but powerful forms of therapy that works on both the physical and emotional self. The Craniosacral system is composed of the sacrum, cranial bones, cranial nerves, membranes and the cerebral spinal fluid that surrounds and protects the brain and spinal cord. By using a gentle, hands on, touch the therapist looks for restrictions and imbalances in the rhythmic wave of the fluid and by ‘tuning in’ to this rhythm encourages the body’s innate ability to heal itself and restore vitality and wholeness. This light touch therapy, as well as working on the sacrum, spine and cranium, is concentrated towards the 7 main chakra points where energy imbalances may be detected and rebalanced using touch and crystal therapy.