Relax body and mind.


I practice:
Holistic Therapeutic Body Massage (Swedish Massage),
Reiki, Feet massage, Lymphatic Drainage Massage and Deep Tissue massage.

I first studied Reiki in 2000 and in 2009.
In 2005 I studied Reflexology (feet massage).
in 2015 I studied Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage and Lymphatic Drainage Massage at the London School of Massage.

What do I do in details? Find it on my client’s feedbacks.


The benefits of massage

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One of the most profound benefits of massage is deep relaxation, reducing the stress and tension that is believed to be, directly or indirectly, the cause of nearly three-quarters of all illness.

Through my experience I learned to find and loose contracted muscles with a combination of different techniques.


About massage techniques and diseases (click the right image for full article)

Massage therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis pain relief - There are a huge number of different conditions that are classified as an autoimmune disease, including, multiple sclerosis, diabetes type 1 and arthritis. Many people with this style of disease may need treatment for life. However, massage therapy, can be used alongside other treatments, ensuring that pain relief is provided. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune […]
Massage and physical exercise treatments for elderly - Each stage of our life presents challenges and rewards. Youngsters have a lot of energy and a free mind, while elders has less energy and a lot of experience, but we all have a common necessity: support. As massage therapists and health care assistants, we developed a personal approach to support the senior members of […]
Office chair massage - A workplace massage is a priceless experience for a work-related environment it helps improve sense of personal well-being it drastically lowers stress and risk of burnout it brings the conversation amongst the colleagues in a more relaxed and trustful level it stimulates a more brilliant productivity it increases the sense of comfort with the own […]
What is Deep Tissue Massage - Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that focuses on the deeper layers of body tissue. It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow and deeper strokes on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibres of the muscles, tendons and fascia. What is a muscle “knot”? […]
What is Lymphatic Drainage Massage - Lymphatic drainage is an advanced therapy in which the practitioner uses a range of specialised and gentle rhythmic pumping techniques to move the skin in the direction of the lymph flow. This stimulates the lymphatic vessels that carry substances vital to the defence of the body as well as help in the removal of waste […]
What is Swedish Massage - Swedish massage is the most common and best-known type of massage in the West. If you want deeper work and can tolerate more pressure, even momentary discomfort, to get relief from muscle pain, it’s better to book a deep tissue massage, which is another form of Swedish massage. Swedish massage and other types of therapeutic […]
What are muscle “knots” & trigger points - The phenomenon of muscle knots is not uncommon. Essentially, muscle knots are sections within the various muscles of the body that have constricted and create consistent pain with each individual. They are commonly termed “Myofascial Trigger Points“. While there is not currently a definitive medical explanation as to why muscle knots form, several theories are […]


I facilitate your own evolution and wellness

massage-room-main1Any contraction corresponds to a rigidity on your body and mind, that leads to unease in life, ranging between big pains and very little concern or tension. What I do is to help you release these tensions and find a better balance, as a result of your own evolution.

Swedish and Deep Tissue massage help relax body and mind by release tension on your muscles.
Reiki and Reflexology help find balance with you body energies.
Lymphatic Drainage cleans your body by getting rid of toxins stagnating on your interstitial fluids.


Photos by Giorgio Furlani