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Range of Therapies

Foot reflexology massage - according to Dr. William Fitzgerald

Each organ is reflected in the feet and can be stimulated by the therapist. The pressure is influencing the various organs, as the specific pressure reach the brain and the connected organs through the skin, muscles, nerves, blood and lymphatic system. This technique has a positive effect on the entire organism. It is also described as very pleasant and relaxing.


• Promotes well-being
• Activates self-healing powers
• The reflexology can be used preventively and achieve a general strengthening of health.


• Sleeping disorders 
• Circulation disorders
• Headaches
• Migraine 
• Stress
• Digestive problems  

• Cystitis 
• Allergies, i.e. hay fever 
• Colds 
• Premenstrual syndrome 
• Joint and spinal problems

Classic massage - full or partial body massage 

It is used to mechanically influence the skin, connective tissue and muscles. 
Classical massage is the most commonly used form of massage and is mainly used for the prevention and treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system.


The healing effect of a massage exceeds the treated part of the body to the entire organism and includes the psyche. The skin and cell metabolism, as well as the blood circulation of the muscles and the formation of joint fluid are stimulated.  Your fasciae and connective tissue are influenced positively. It has a soothing effect and is available for pure wellness treatments. 


• Musculoskeletal complaints
• Back and neck complaints
• Scar treatment
• Rheumatic diseases

• Sleeping disorders 
• Circulatory disorders
• Headaches / migraines
• Complaints after trauma / operations

Manual lymphatic drainage - beneficial and painless

It is a very pleasant massage technique that does not cause pain.


Due to the special massage technique, the lymphatic system is stimulated and the lymphatic fluids drained. It supports and strengthens the immune system, stimulates the metabolism and supports wound healing. In the case of lymphoedema, a compression bandage is applied until the area is decongested and the appropriate compression stocking is available.


• Primary lymphoedema 
• Secondary lymphoedema after trauma, etc.
• Oedema after lymph node removal, etc.
• Haematomas, strains, bruises

• Headache / Migraine
• Chronic sinusitis
• Acne, skin diseases
• In combination with a scar therapy