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After a long mountain hike or frenzy on the slope, let your muscles rest, and relax at our spa during massage. Especially for you, we have prepared a selection of:

 

“Relaxing massage of the whole body using a hot candle”

A ritual massage using warm candle oil based on natural wax with an addition of essential oils. The massage is intended to restore the balance between body and soul, and defuse every-day tensions and stresses. The candle mixture caresses the skin with a variety of vitamins and revitalizing ingredients. After the massage, the skin is optimally moisturized, which ensures a lasting, beautiful and young appearance. Thanks to the natural ingredients, the skin becomes more flexible, and silkily smooth, which helps to combat cellulite and stretch marks.

 

Treatment effect:
It provides the skin with prolonged softness and moisture. Nourished and more flexible skin, Neutralisation of free radicals, Deep relaxation, Improved skin condition in areas affected by cellulite.

Indications for treatment:
fatigue and malaise, stress, cellulite and stretch marks, dry, tired and dehydrated skin

Contraindications:
allergy to candle ingredients, pregnancy, hypertension, menstruation, poor health – high temperature, kidney diseases, cancer diseases, acute hyperthyroidism, body depilation for less than 48 hours.


“Chinese bulb” massage

This is one of the anti-cellulite techniques, whose aim is to break down subcutaneous cellulite bubbles through circular and spiral movements in draining direction. During this treatment, tissue is heavily stimulated causing an effect of better blood supply and tissue oxigenation. This allows you to acquire better flexibility and resilience of your skin. The massage focuses mainly on skin and adipose tissue of thighs, hips and buttocks. It stimulates the flow of lymph, breaks down adipose tissue, and reduces cellulite. The massage is done using rubber bulbs under which develops vacuum that sucks the skin inside. This does not cause any pain as suction force can be easily regulated. Bulb size is adjusted to that of the surface on which the massage will be performed.

 

Indications for treatment:

digestive system diseases, circulatory disorders, increased muscle tension, urogenital system diseases, cellulite.

 

Contraindications:

haemophilia, menstruation, high body temperature, pregnancy (abdominal integuments massage), any type of cancer.

 

“Relaxing time”

A ceremony including elements of aromatherapy is intended for persons seeking calm. The treatment begins with a delicate peeling of the whole body giving an immediate effect of smoothing, followed by rubbing on cream using a relaxing massage technique thanks to which every person will reach a condition of complete relaxation and skin nourishment. Peeling with nutrients will not only remove rough epidermis, but also enrich the skin with valuable ingredients, and unblock access to its deepest layers causing the skin to become more receptive to skin care products, and beautifully smooth.

 

Course of treatment:

The treatment begins with body peeling including a delicate massage for 30 minutes, and then the peeling is washed out (shower). After that, the whole body is massaged with a selected cream.

Effects after the treatment: purification and nourishment of the skin, moisturising and smoothing, better skin colours, recreation and relaxation.

Contraindications: allergy to peeling / cream ingredients, pregnancy, hypertension, skin injuries

 

 

“Classic spine massage”

It’s a basic wellness treatment, and has a health and relaxing influence on the organism. It supports muscle relaxation, improves blood circulation and lymph flow, enhances operation of the nervous, respiratory and digestive systems, betters metabolism. Combination of various techniques relieves the spine of muscle tensions, alleviates symptoms of pain related to improper body position.

 

Indications:

It is particularly recommended for persons with sedentary or stressful lifestyles.

 

 

“Lymphatic drainage”

Massage made using therapist’s hands to improve lymph circulation. This method prevents diseases resulting from congestive, inflammatory, oncotic or lymphatic swelling. Massage speed is very low (approx. 10-15 movements per minute), and the techniques are used smoothly and delicately.

Drainage belongs both to medicinal and cosmetic treatments. Regardless of whether swelling appears due to illness or the type of work performed, e.g. staying for many hours in one position (sitting, standing), it must be removed. Drainage is also one of the most effective and popular methods of combating cellulite. It is totally painless, delicate, relaxing, and purifying.

 

Indications:

It is recommended particularly for persons suffering with swelling as a result of blood and lymph congestion in intercellular cavities, and eliminates the feeling of “heavy legs”.

 

For sportsmen

Massage type and intensity are selected depending on training period. It helps regenerate muscles and joints of particularly overburdened parts of the body. The massage is intended to prevent undesirable effects of training process, and in case such ones occur, it is supposed to cure them. The main function of sports massage are the following: participation in a broadly conceived wellness process, supporting treatment of sports injuries.

Sports massage is divided into:

fitness,

before exercise,

during exercise (regenerative)

after exercise (training)

 

“Fitness” sports massage – used during breaks in regular sports activities, it is designed to maintain physical fitness of sportsman’s organism. Usually, the overall massage is used every second day.

 

Sports massage “before exercise” – in some places this massage is called one before start. This massage is aimed at warming up in a short time of those parts of the body which participate the most in the tournament. This massage can be treated as complementary to warm-up.

 

Sports massage “during exercise” – it is carried out in a break between individual starts after an exhausting training. This massage is usually performed after a short break and bath. Most time, i.e. 80 %, is devoted to massage of back and neck or groups of muscles that have been least burdened. Least time, approx. 20 %, is devoted to massage of muscles most involved in the effort.

 

Sports massage “after exercise” – this massage is carried out approx. 2 hours after training or tournament, using a whole-body massage lasting about 60 minutes. After strength training, massage is only performed after 5-6 hours due to muscle adapting processes, which favourably impacts muscle strength and mass.

 

„Face massage with argan oil”

Relaxing and lifting massage with specific loosening up and nourishing features for the skin. It stimulates intracellular oxigenation process, favours restoring proper hydrolipid protection, and ensures necessary skin moisture. It is a beneficial anti-wrinkle action strengthened by high content of vitamin E which provides moisture, and is one of the most powerful natural antioxidants.

“Foot massage”

Relaxing massage for sore and tired feet including some elements of reflexotherapy. On the feet are located receptors and points corresponding all parts of our body, therefore foot massage is one of the most pleasant ways to relax. It relaxes, calms down and quiets. The massage is completed with a moisturising mask. Thanks to exceptional ingredients of the mask, foot skin becomes softer, smoother and more nourished.

 

 

“Help your spine”

The McKenzie method originated during the work of a New Zealand physical therapist Robin McKenzie in the 1950s.

This method consists in biochemical diagnosing and treating pain syndromes of the spine. Back pain is one of the most frequent causes of disability of professionally active population because of sitting in a bad position for too long, lack of motion and spine strain. The McKenzie method is a program of examining and treating pain syndromes of cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine, as well as upper and lower limbs. This therapy is based on a detailed analysis of the origins of pain, selection of a proper technique (exercises and manipulations), and patient education: what and how should be done to combat pain and avoid disease relapse.

 

Indications:

McKenzie technique applies to spine pains of mechanical origin caused by:

prolonged static burdens,

contracted or cicatrised tissues (paraspinal muscles, ligaments, disc, nerve root, dura mater),

disc displacement, pressure on root or nerve (e.g. sciatica).

After a complex history taking and diagnostic tests, an individual set of exercises is selected, which the patient performs under the supervision of a qualified physical therapist.