sexta-feira, 8 de maio de 2009


Touch is a very important part of human contact. It helps us feel connected and loved by those around us.
Massage uses touch through rubbing or kneading of parts of the body to aid circulation, relax the muscles, or provide sensual stimulation.

Massage is one of the oldest, simplest forms of therapy.
The basic goal of massage therapy is to help the body heal itself and to increase health and well-being.

There are many health benefits to receiving massage therapy on a regular basis:

Relieves stress
Encourages relaxation
Improves circulation
Improves posture
Lowers blood pressure
Helps manage pain
Relaxes muscles
Improves flexibility
Improves breathing
Relieves tension headaches
Strengthens immune system
Decreases depression

A good massage is an exhilarating experience.

Excellent relaxing massage from qualified male masseur doing difference kind massage! Relaxation swedish massage which put the oil on the body, push the muscle, bring your body balance, peace your mind, reducing the stress, that is totally relaxing one. I combine the firmer, proper Swedish massage techniques with the light, techniques. And Deeply tissue massage, which pushes the point on the body deeply, reducing lower back problems, back painful, Offer the foot reflexology too Many reflect point, which reflect particular organ and part of your body. Push the points can be improving health, help the blood circulation Improving the sleeping. have the portable massage table and own transport ,have qualification ITCE, make appointmet.


willwell Massage

Combining Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage techniques and Lymphatic Drainage, , my Vitality Massage balances your energy flow and replenishes your vitality.

60 minutes

Aromatherapy Massage

This massage is based on fluid, relaxing strokes dancing like waves along the curves of your body.

Relaxation –
Immunity –
Spicy –

60 minutes

Balancing Massage

Soft, relaxing and deep strokes blend with Thai and Balinese massage techniques, acupressure, and the harmonising essential oils. Each session is unique and unfolds according to your needs, leaving you peaceful, refreshed and renewed.

60 minutes


This world-renowned technique uses light to medium pressure with rhythmic strokes in combination that soothe muscle tension and promote deep relaxation.

60 minutes

Deep Tissue

Slow strokes and deep finger pressure alleviate muscle tension in this full-body massage that can be customised to your specific needs, targeting specific problem areas.

60 minutes


This traditional Japanese technique uses finger or palm pressure on specific areas of the body to clear energy blocks, release built-up tension and increase the energy flow throughout your body.

60 minutes

Foot Reflexology

This ancient Chinese technique enhances and balances the flow of energy throughout your body, and stimulates your body’s own healing process.

45 minutes

Back Massage

This massage treatment relieves stress and built-up muscle tension by focusing on your back, neck and shoulders

30 minutes

Sports Massage

My Sports Massage techniques use a combination of deep tissue massage along with stretching maneuvers.

Although my massages usually last 1 to 1 1/2 hours, the length of the massage is not determined by the clock, but by the condition of each client.

"Providing Sports Massage Therapy and health products to ensure a better lifestyle".

Sports Massage is not just for athletes. Everybody will benefit from regular massage and stretching.

At the end of the massage you will have incredible relief. Not only are your muscles more relaxed, but you will have greater Flexibility and Range of Motion of the extremities.

"Massage has become a routine part of health maintenance and athletes are leading the charge"
--Sports Magazine

"Massage has become a weekly routine for people in high-pressure jobs who seek stress reduction"
-- Changing Times

"If you have never had a massage, it is hard to comprehend its totally relaxing, near miraculous soothing powers...."
-- New York Post

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