Massages & Therapies

Classic (Swedish) Massage

Classic (Swedish) Massage

Classic (Swedish) Massage This is the most common and best-known type of massage in the Western Hemisphere. It was developed by the Swedish physiologist Per Henrik Ling at the beginning of the 19th century. It is known in America as Swedish and in Europe as classical massage. It is the basis of sports massage, deep-tissue massage, and more.

Classic massage combines of several different techniques to promote tension release in the body. It restores and increases blood and lymph circulation which contributes to better nutrition of tissues and overcoming inflammatory processes in them. It rids the muscles of toxins and increases the flow of oxygen. Finally a good massage stimulates the synthesis of happiness hormones (oxytocin, dopamine, serotonin), and suppresses the stress hormone - cortisol, meaning that you will leave the studio happier and more energised.

Additional benefits include: • Strengthened immune system • Normalsed blood pressure • A relaxing, energizing, and pain-relieving effect

The pressure during the massage varies from light to medium strength, and we will ask you beforehand about your preference and comply with it.

If you want a deeper and stronger massage to relieve chronic muscle pain, it’s better to book a deep tissue, or sports massage, which are other, more intense, forms of classic (Swedish) massage.


The relaxation massage is primarily a gentle and calm variant of the classic massage and intended for those who want to relax their muscles and body in a friendly way.

A relaxed body also provides mental relaxation.

What does a massage do for your body?

After a massage you will notice that muscles become more flexible and blood circulation improves. As a result, you will also benefit from it long after the massage.

You suffer less from injuries, stiffness, joint pains, breathing problems, high blood pressure, high / fluctuating blood sugar and other stresses.