. Massage

-- for women only --

Pamper yourself with an hour of relaxing massage using aromatic oils in a cozy environment of candlelight and classic music

Swedish Massage involves the use of different manual skills and techniques. It helps relieve chronic stress, pain, and aches by using deep pressure on the skin. Such massage focuses on releasing the tightness and tension held in the connective tissues and muscles. Thus, the benefits of this range from giving a sense of relaxation to reducing pain and discomfort.

So, suppose you have stress or suffer from anxiety. In that case, Swedish Massage is the solution to release all the tension you are carrying in your whole body. This journey varies depending on the factors we discuss during our consultation and history to customize your treatment. Treatments unusually fall into different categories, including mainly Patient Education, Ergonomics modifications, “hands-on” manual therapy, exercises, dry needling, and other interventions such as Taping, Electrotherapy, Ultrasound, and Traction.
Based on these factors, we will indicate how long your period of recovery will take.
At our center, we strongly believe in the power of touch. So, combined with other interventions in a studied care plan would accelerate the progress and make recovery more tolerable through all stages of the healing process. In hands-on therapy, you focus on specific movements, exercises, and manual skills. These allow you to achieve better results till you reach what we both aim for as a goal, usually pain-free movement.
Hands-on treatment would include stretching, deep tissue massage, joint mobilization, joint manipulation, and PNF and Mulligan techniques.

What does a Swedish Massage include?

Usually, it’s a full-body massage that includes the whole body but typically focuses on the primary areas of discomfort. Common areas are the head, neck, shoulders, back, legs, and feet.

What are the benefits of Swedish massage?


Swedish Massage is a powerful solution for pain relief. A study in 2014 that included nine studies concluded that massage might relieve fibromyalgia symptoms. The benefits of it are reducing pain, anxiety, and depression. Another one in 2015 showed that massage improved the quality of life for patients with fibromyalgia. So, if you are struggling with chronic stress, a medical condition such as fibromyalgia, Swedish Massage can help you feel better.

Increased flexibility

Such massage works on the tight muscles, so eventually, it can help in an increasing range of motion and flexibility.


The application of such massage encourages the release of anti-stress hormones, which allow the body to relax.

Aids Sleep

This is due to two reasons. The first one is by decreasing cortisol, the stress hormone, and increasing dopamine and serotonin, the happy hormones. Thus, alleviating stress. The other reason is due to the pain relief. Most people don’t get enough time for sleep because of their pain. Whether it’s because of headache, neck or back stiffness, working on this can help relieve symptoms.

Frequently-asked Questions

A Swedish Massage usually lasts for 60 minutes.

Swedish Massage is a very safe technique. It has no complications or disadvantages. After the session, most clients might feel that they need to sleep due to feeling relaxed. It is better to do such a session at the end of your day or work, so you can end the session and have time to rest and sleep at home.

Before your session begins, your therapist will talk to you about the reasons for booking this session and what you want to achieve from it. Plus, you will discuss if there are any medical conditions or problems to consider.

Here is a list of contraindications:

  • Pregnancy
  • Uncontrolled Hypertension: massage helps increase blood flow so, having uncontrolled Hypertension may cause a problem.
  • Inflammation: massaging an area that is inflamed may increase the intensity of symptoms.
  • Contagious Diseases: you might put your therapist at risk of getting it.