What does your body tell you? What is it that you need?
With a massage you become aware of the signals of your body. You become at ease, closer to yourself, your energy is flowing and your muscles relaxing.
In short: you become more comfortable in your own body.

A massage helps to relieve:

  • back pain
  • neck and shoulder complaints
  • headache
  • abdominal discomfort
  • stiff muscles

We find it important to adjust the massage to your needs. Every session starts and ends with a short check in. We give you space to tell your story, ask questions and specific requirements.

Relaxing massage
Deep relaxing massage, to nourish your body and creating space in your head.
Practised by: everybody
Duo Massage
Let’s relax for two! Together in the same room during a massage.
Please book at least a day in advance to make sure that four hands will be ready to help you.
Practised by: everybody 

Specific massages

Balinese Massage
Oil massage with acupressure, reflexology, aromatherapy and stretches. Deep, energetic massage for relaxation and flow.
Practised by: Hanna
Belly/abdominal massage
The relaxing organ massage clears the abdomen in a soft and deep way from blockages. This powerful, simple application, called Chi Nei Tsang (CNT), has its roots in ancient, Taoist China and literally means “the processing of the energy of the internal organs.” The massage detoxifies, brings emotional balance, strengthens and fuels the healing power of the body.
Abdominal massage helps in relieving back pain, strengthens the abdominal muscles and also helps in eliminating toxins from the body. Abdominal massage also stimulates blood flow to all the vital organs in the abdominal cavity, and improves their functioning.
Practised by: Marin, Regina, Jacqueline
Connective tissue massage
Connective tissue lies in the deeper parts of the skin (the subcutaneous connective tissue) for the purpose of clearly visible skin improvement and tightening of the skin. Connective tissue massage can be applied to the entire body. Connective tissue massage stimulates skin circulation, works on the rejuvenation of the skin structure and reduces blockages. By applying connective tissue massage, the skin is greatly strengthened.
Because the skin gets an improved blood flow through the connective tissue massage, it is also better able to absorb nutrients. When blood circulation is poor, inter alia adhesions may occur. This means that the cell walls are almost unable to absorb nutrients and remove waste. Blood circulation is optimized by the connective tissue massage.
Practised by: Jacqueline, Marin
Like most acupuncture treatments, cupping also comes from China. This therapy consists of applying a cup to the skin, whereby the pressure in the cup is reduced by suction. This is how the skin and superficial muscles are collected in the cup. A vacuum is thus created above the skin. This stimulates blood flow in the muscles and tissues and removes energy blockages. The meridians are opened so that Qi can flow freely. A cupping treatment is not painful but can sometimes feel uncomfortable. Optionally, the vacuum force of the cup can then be reduced. Feel free to ask for more information if you have any questions about this!
Which complaints are alleviated?
The cupping treatment is based on the connective tissue of the body and the removal of any stagnation. It can have a positive effect on muscle and joint complaints. Thanks to the deep connective tissue massage, muscles and skin are made supple, so that you will feel a lot better physically and mentally!
Gegeven door: Marin, Simone, Eefke, Jacqueline
Deep Tissue Massage
Firm massage to work on deep pain and disruptions.
Practised by: everybody 
Foot reflex therapy
The therapy is based on a method that assumes that points on the foot correspond to organs, muscles and nerves. These points are called “reflex zones”. Massage and pressure on these reflex zones cause a reaction in the body in that part of the body that corresponds to the reflex zone. Any hidden or starting disruptions can be traced in this way.
Practised by: Marin
Movement techniques
Movement techniques can be applied during the massage, such as Stretching, Joint Movement (anatomical movements) and Holistic Pulsing (the body is naturally brought into a wavy movement which gives a deep relaxation).
Practised by: Jacqueline, Mairon, Eefke, Marin.
Myofascial Massage
Trigger point massage which deeply address the pain points. This massage targets patterns of stress in your muscles.
Practised by: Regina
Pregnancy Massage
Massage for pregnant women from the 10th until the last week. Relaxation massage to be in touch with your body and your baby.
Practised by: Marin, Marlies, Hanna, EefkeJacqueline and Siebrecht
Reiki Session
Energetic treatment that addresses energy blockages and promotes circulation in your body.
Practised by: Hanna, Jacqueline 
Shiatsu techniques (on the massage table)
With Shiatsu, the thumbs, palms, and fingers are used to exert pressure on certain places on the body. Hereby the practitioner does not work with muscle power, but his own body weight is used to exert pressure.
Practised by: Eefke, Marin
Sports massage
Sports massage is a variety of techniques to achieve the desired goal and is good for people with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of motion. It generally concentrates on a specific problem area that you present, usually associated with some sort of sports activity, such as running, tennis, or golf. With this manual therapy, whereby stagnant energy is invited by means of pressure on the skin and the execution of movements to start flowing again and thus to ensure optimal well-being.
Practised by: Marin, Jacqueline, Simone, Mairon
Thai massage
The Thai massage provides relaxation and activation. The stretching exercises in the Thai massage help to release stuck joints, increase flexibility, relieve muscle tension, stimulate the aura and internal organs and stimulate the energy system.
Practised by: Regina
Trigger point massage
Trigger points are popularly known as muscle nodes. They are in fact very local muscle tensions where a hypersensitive place arises due to a lack of blood flow and oxygen. From the outside, these muscle nodes can be felt as painful hard bumps or skeins. If you put a lot of pressure on it, it can cause a radiating pain in another part of the body. Trigger points can occur in all muscles in the body, and always in fixed places. Namely, where the nervous system transmits information to the muscle. Often the cause is overload, stress or poor posture, but also a fall or accident, too little exercise or poor nutrition can lead to the development.
Practised by: everybody