Hand massage

Medical massage

It is used for all types of pain of muscle, of joint or neurological origin or ailments caused by injury or overload. Massage therapies stimulate regenerative processes and are a great means of soothing and healing.

Indications for therapeutic massage:

  • pain, muscle and joint overload
  • osteoarthritis changes
  • spinal discopathy
  • scars
  • status post injuries (fractures, sprains, dislocations)
  • status post fractures (after removing the plaster cast)
  • acceleration of regeneration
  • loosening of excessively tense muscles


  • high body temperature (> 38 ° C)
  • skin changes
  • cancer
  • haemorrhage or the possibility of their occurrence
  • haemophilia
  • varicose veins, vascular diathesis
  • hypertension (pharmacologically unbalanced)
  • atherosclerosis
  • any inflammation (RA during the exacerbation of the disease)

Lymphatic drainage

It is a biological and physiological form of massage aimed at disposing of accumulated, undesired metabolic substances, improving the absorption of active substances, speeding up lymphatic circulation (thanks to which it stimulates the body’s auto-purification), regenerating skin, tissues, muscles and glands.

Basically, lymphatic drainage involves unblocking lymphatic channels, which makes lymph circulate faster, transporting nutrients to cells.

Results of lymphatic drainage:

  • deep activation of skin functions,
  • accelerating skin metabolism processes,
  • Improving epidermal loosening,
  • supporting weight-loss and counteracting cellulite,
  • eliminating stuck lymph, being the cause of swellings and oedemas (in particular eye areas),
  • eliminating minor dilated capillaries,
  • soothing effect on nerve endings and at the same time reducing the feeling of tiredness and tension.

Indications for treatment:

  • bags under eyes caused by insufficient lymph circulation,
  • tensions, stress,
  • vascular neurosis,
  • acne vulgaris,
  • sinusitis,
  • scars,
  • frostbites,
  • before and after cosmetic surgeries.

Back massage

is perfect for sciatica and branchial neuralgia, pain and strain syndromes as well as pain caused by sedentary lifestyle.

Indications for treatment:

  • tension and stress
  • vascular neurosis

As well as such issues as:

  • scars
  • frostbites
  • before and after cosmetic surgeries

Classical massage

is one of the oldest methods of physical therapies during which we can wind down and relax, feeling the relaxation of panful and tense areas.

Classical massage is perfect for the skin, muscular tissue, cardiovascular, lymphatic as well as nervous systems.

Sports massage

is energetic and applies considerable pressure with the use of such techniques as: rubbing, squeezing and tapping. The massage as well involves pressurising trigger points in the patient’s body.

The main objective of performing sports massage is preventing from recurring pathological symptoms that may result from frequent overloads, so common in professional sports.