Our Techniques

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Swedish Massage

This specific therapy technique is the most known in the massage industry. The Swedish approach aims to relieve muscle tensions by improving the blood circulation throughout the body. This results in a decrease in pain, stiffness and discomfort.
In order to induce a major relief sensation in the stressed areas, we work with fascia, tendons, ligaments and other tissues involved in the cause of the initial pain or discomfort.
With a regular follow-up by one of our therapists, these techniques can improve the quality of sleep and speed up physical recovery. Also known to decrease the production of cortisol (the stress hormone) the Swedish massage remains a perfect technique for deep and complete relaxation.



Acting on every structure surrounding the numerous joints of the body, kinesitherapy increases the range of motion by improving the flexibility in those major physical mobility actors. The concept is based on an important knowledge of the biomechanical system, and inspired by the beneficial effects of mobilization techniques.
In the case of injuries, attributed or not to repetitive movements (work, activities, etc.), using different tools such as postural analysis and mobility tests allow our therapists to engage an efficient recovery plan.
Your therapist will share his/her observations with you, as well as provide you with different recommendations to extend the treatment healing effects.
This technique is also ideal for people who suffer from chronic tendonitis lower back pain and sciatica inflammation.

Lomi Atsu

This particular massage technique was practiced by the Polynesian natives of Hawaii for its many benefits. Lomi Atsu is performed on a table with wide and deep movements, reminiscent of the sea waves.
In order to release specific tensions and to promote vital energy, the therapist uses hands, palms, forearms, elbows and thumbs to trigger pressure points on the meridian paths (Shiatsu’s inspired methods).
Both therapeutic and relaxing, the Lomi Atsu approach also provides detoxifying benefits using abdominal massage techniques, which stimulates different organ functions.

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Lymphatic Drainage

According to Vodder, this kind of drainage works on the lymphatic pathways and ganglionic chains, which are responsible for eliminating body toxins.
During a treatment, the therapist practices a series of slight pressures, at a very slow and repetitive rate, to increase the effects of the technique. Lymphatic drainage reduces edema, inflammation, migraines, constipation and heavy legs; proven to help purify, decongest and strengthen the immune system.

technique de polarité


The polarity approach was founded by Dr. Randolph Stone, and aims to harmonize the vital energy of the body through passive contacts on the body. Relying on the human’s self-healing power, the technique uses the energy poles of the person as a reference pattern.(reference: passeportsanté.net )

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Fasciatherapy is a technique that aims to help scar tissues to soften and to put back into motion stiff muscles and joints. Fascia is the envelope that connects the entire muscle structure of the human body to the bones.
The therapist applies a slow sliding motion and stops where an important rigidity occurs: this is where gentle tractions are used to soften the tissues. Almost imperceptible, the techniques bring their evolutive effect as the massage session goes by. The therapist usually combines this massage with other relaxation techniques. Fasciatherapy is recommended to help tendonitis, lumbago and sciatic pain.