Our masseurs and masseuses are outstandingly trained, providing you with classic healing massages as well as specialized massages throughout the course of your Mayr Therapy.
Often referred to as a "Swedish massage", this particular massage actually covers a wide spectrum of techniques – from light stroking motions to penetrating deep holds – ideal for relieving muscle tension, especially in the back area. 50 minutes
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Gentle stroking motions focus only on the uppermost layers of the skin, thereby activating the lymphatic system lying directly beneath. Toxins are removed, the gastrointestinal area is stimulated and excess fluid is drained from the body. Manual lymphatic drainage is very relaxing and can be used for a multitude of conditions, including swelling, migraines, post-surgery and in order to promote wound healing. In general, this technique also helps to alleviate pain. 50 minutes
Soft Tissue Massage
Here, only the uppermost layers of skin are treated intensively. This stimulates blood flow, thereby relieving stubborn muscle tension (especially in the shoulder area). This technique is also ideal for people who constantly suffer from cold feet and hands. 50 minutes
Stretching the muscles and using powerful handholds, this technique feels very pleasant. It is ideal for spinal problems and in order to focus on isolated problem zones (segments) of the body. 50 minutes
Foot Reflexology Massage
In this massage technique, all of the internal organs and parts of the body are ascribed to certain zones of the foot. Pressure on those individual zones generates impulses, which in turn affect the connected organs. In this way, it is possible to treat headache, discomfort associated with menstruation, general pain conditions etc. 50 minutes
Gentle, harmonizing full-body massage with warm, medical-grade sesame oil. 60 minutes
Deep-muscle massage with warm, medical-grade sesame oil. Very effective against tension. 60 minutes
Detoxifying full-body peel with a herb and coarse grain paste, provides major stimulation to the metabolism. 75 minutes
Cupping (= soft-tissue detoxification)
Special cups placed on the skin create negative pressure and cause a major increase in blood flow. This in turn cleanses and detoxifies soft tissue by means of the skin. This is also an excellent way of relieving muscle tension. In contrast to so-called "blood cupping", the skin is not pricked with a needle and instead remains intact. 20 minutes
Dorn-Breuss Massage as a gentle form of spinal therapy
This treatment is ideal for various complaints affecting the spinal area. It consists of several stages: checking leg length, loosening the joints of the lower extremities, back massage with copious amounts of St. John's wort oil, magnetization by means of silk paper, energy-regulating massage, spinal pressure. 80 minutes
Essentially a combination of a full-body massage with elements of classic massage.
A Shiatsu treatment is a penetrating body massage. Balance is restored to energy flow while self-healing powers are stimulated. Treatment takes place on the floor on top of a soft mat and in comfortable clothing. 60 minutes
Thai Yoga Treatment
This treatment takes place on a floor mat in comfortable clothing. A traditional Thai Yoga
massage incorporates the energy principles of Ayurvedic medicine. Muscles, ligaments and tendons are stretched and the joints mobilized, which in turn relieves tension, brings mobility to stiff joints and corrects misalignments. At the same time, metabolic waste products in the muscles are broken down and removed. 60 minutes
Trigger Point Massage
Trigger points are sensitive areas that also trigger a pain reaction in other parts of the body. They generally result from acute or chronic stress placed on the affected muscles. Treatment of these trigger points can result in a loosening of the entire muscle group.
Acupoint massage according to Penzel
This massage technique has its origins in Traditional Chinese Medicine. After an extensive consultation, blunt metal sticks are drawn across the the skin and thus the affected meridians below (the skin itself is not broken). As a consequence, balance is restored to the body. 75 minutes
By treating key zones (zones within a specific nerve segment), it is possible to reduce pain and improve function in all peripheral reflex areas involving the muscle groups in question.
Subcutaneous reflex therapy according to Häfelin
Subcutaneous reflex therapy is a type of direct soft-tissue massage that improves mobility, promotes blood flow and has reflex benefits as well. This means that the movements and grips used in the soft-tissue massage don't only benefit areas of direct contact. The reflexive side effects of this treatment may also affect other parts of the body that are connected by means of neurological pathways.