Pressotherapy is a medical and beauty treatment that promotes lymphatic drainage by using air pressure on different parts of the body. By alternating between compression and decompression, it effectively stimulates the lymphatic system. Benefits of pressotherapy.
You can enjoy many positive health and beauty benefits from applying pressure waves. You will see improvements to circulatory system disorders and venous issues like varicose veins, tired legs and heavy limbs.
If you are thinking about getting fit and losing weight, this type of treatment may be for you. By combining pressotherapy, diet and exercise, you will see better results in less time. You can also treat swelling or drain the toxins, fats and liquids that cause cellulite. You will recover skin elasticity, increasing oxygen flow to the body's tissues and helping them regenerate.
The treatment also stimulates the immune system, building up your defences against pathogens, and can even help you lower your blood pressure if you have hypertension. Pressotherapy can also help with digestive problems; when the treatment is applied to the abdomen it stimulates bowel transit and relieves constipation issues. Elite athletes also use pressotherapy to improve their physical fitness. It is the perfect complement for toning muscles and joints. But is also relaxes the muscles, reducing muscle fatigue and preventing pain and cramping. Moreover, it strengthens connective tissues, alleviates stress and tension and reduces muscle spasms.


is an excellent treatment to rejuvenate, firm, tone and slim different parts of the body. It is also used to help reduce cellulite, to promote weight loss, to treat stretch marks and ageing skin and to firm up sagging skin. The treatment involves injecting a cocktail of natural extracts, as well as amino acids, pharmaceuticals and vitamins into the middle layers of the skin. This is done to promote local circulation, local metabolism and hence it leads to localised fat loss, skin firmness and a substantive reduction of cellulite.
Mesotherapy can be used for the face and the body, as well as for hand and neck rejuvenation. In contrast to liposuction, mesotherapy does treat cellulite too. In fact, liposuction often makes existing cellulite appear worse due to the excess skin formation after the procedure. In Mesotherapy we inject directly into the areas of cellulite and hence we can be highly selective in the areas to be treated. The result is even and smooth skin and a dramatic reduction in cellulite in the most natural way. Fat deposits are flushed from the body, and do not reappear in other areas, something that often occurs after liposuction. With Mesotherapy there is no hospitalisation, no general anaesthesia- in fact, and there is virtually no downtime



There are different types of massage which are designed to target specific problem areas and offer unique results.

Therapeutic massage is a general term that describes any type of massage that helps relieve pain, reduce stress, and address a specific problem—such as a frozen shoulder. People tend to assume therapeutic massage means deep tissue massage, which is a more intrusive type of massage.

  • Therapeutic Massage 1h30min -110€
  • Therapeutic Massage 1h - 80€
Corrective Massage. Corrective massage is designed to counteract problematic muscle imbalances that can lead to poor body posture. Due to muscle strain from repetitive actions and activities, pain occurs due overuse of certain muscles and under use of others, creating an imbalance.

  • Body Correction Massage 1h - 80€
Cellulite Reducing Massage. ... Cellulite is caused by a concentrated collection of fat cells that have gathered in the skin's middle layer. These fat cells pull on connective tissue, causing dimples on the skin's surface, commonly known as cellulite.

  • Anti-Cellulite Massage 1h - 80€

Lymphatic drainage massage is a more profound technique to help increase lymphatic drainage. With an increase of lymphic drainage immune function is increased. Toxic substances are removed from the tissues and neutralized in the nodes. ... Lymphatic drainage massage is also beneficial for improving recovery from sports injuries.

  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage 1h – 80€

Relaxation massage is a smooth, gentle, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, relieves muscular tension, plus improves circulation and range of movement.

  • Relaxing Massage 1h - 80€
Deep friction massage is a specific connective tissue massage that was developed by Cyriax. The purpose of deep friction massage is to create mobility within the soft tissue structure of the ligaments, tendons and muscles to prevent adherent scars from forming.

  • Ciriax (Elbow Massage) 20min – 35€
Osteopathy is based on the principle that the wellbeing of an individual derives from their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly and in a co-ordinated manner. Osteopaths use physical manipulation, stretching and massage to improve the mobility of joints.

  • Osteopathic Massage 45min - 80€

Reflexology is a therapy that of applies targeted thumb and finger pressure to the feet without the use of massage oils. It's based on a system of zones in the body and reflex areas that correspond with specific pressure points on the feet.

  • Foot reflexology 25min - 40€