Swedish massage

The swedish massage is the most common and best-known type of massage in the West. It's the foundation for other types of Western massage, including sports massage, deep tissue massage and aromatherapy massage, and is based on the Western concepts of anatomy and physiology.

A sublime massage. Stress and tension gently melt away, l leave feeling invigorated and at ease. Stephan imparts tailored advice on movement to improve my physical wellbeing. His calm and down to earth persona facilitates the tranquil atmosphere.
— Felicity J.


Swedish Massage for Relaxation and Increased Circulation

Swedish massage's main benefit is the overall relaxation that it provides. A standard Swedish session lasts for 45 minutes, and addresses most major muscle groups of the body. The session is performed in an environment that is meant to relax you. The strokes of the massage relax individual muscles, while the overall experience eliminates mental stress, Swedish massage drains metabolic waste from the limbs of the body. 


Swedish Massage for Pain Relief

Swedish massage is used as an integral part of pain management protocols for sports injuries and chronic pain. Sessions can target specific areas of pain like a sprained ankle, or they can be used to help manage the chronic pain that comes with conditions like arthritis. By using strokes that improve circulation and increase body-wide relaxation, the massage therapist can help make many painful conditions more bearable. 


Massage for Fatigue, Depression and Anxiety

I believe that there are many positive effects to be gained by  swedish massage. It is being investigated as an aide to patients with neuromuscular disorders, such as multiple sclerosis (MS). In 2014, the University of Miami Medical School conducted a study of 24 individuals who participated in a five-week massage experiment. Compared with the controls, patients in the massage group experienced less depression, lowered anxiety, enhanced social function, better self-esteem and improved body image.Massage decreases cortisol while increasing serotonin, which leaves you in a 'feeling good' bliss."