Flat Belly & Drain
Strengthen your abdominal muscles without putting pressure on your perineum and learn how to redefine your waist using Hypopressive Abdominal Gymnastics. This technique is a "postural – respiratory" therapy that deeply reinforces the abdominal belt and activates the pelvic floor muscles. It works via the contraction of the deep (transversus) abdominal muscles.
This technique also has beneficial effects on :
- digestive transit (constipation),
- lower back pain (lumbago),
- venous circulation in the lower limbs,
- urinary incontinence,
The exercises can also be performed as part of a post-partum rehabilitation, as they help to repositioning genital organs after delivery. This exercise technique is NOT suitable during pregnancy or in case of arterial hypertension. In addition, at the end of the session, you will learn the technique to give yourself a palpate-roll massage which will complement and optimise the results of the treatment.
Session 60 min - 120 €
Guasha Self Care Workshop
Reserve a privileged moment with your therapist and learn how to use Rose quartz or jade Guasha yourself. We teach you simple and personalized facial self-massage techniques that can be incorporated in your home skin care routine, to prolong the rejuvenating effects of the care that you receive in our salon.
You can book a Guasha workshop as a complement to our facial massages or as a separate appointment. learn more
The Daily Facelift
Discover your facial muscles and learn precise self-massage techniques which used daily, will
- relax expression winkles,
- remodel the oval structure of the face,
- lift and plump up cheekbones,
- firm up the skin,
- brighten your complexion,
- eliminate signs of fatigue and dark circles under your eyes.
You will also benefit from plenty of personalised tips throughout the course!
Baby Massage Shantala
Touch exchanges between a baby and his parents are a wonderful way to welcome him into this new world.
The Ayurvedic massage of the baby is a gentle and reassuring ritual that you can learn to practice.
- It develops sensory awakening, eliminates everyday ailments such as colic, difficulty falling asleep, etc....
- It promotes a good energetic circulation, provides well-being and serenity.
- It helps baby to grow harmoniously by making him aware of his own body.
- It strengthens communication and connection with parents.
The session takes place in the form of a workshop where I guide you, parents, in the gestures on your baby and prepare you to give this massage in the right conditions. I will introduce you to oil massage and dough ball massage. This one reminds us of the in-utero sensations..
Workshop for parents and children aged 4-12 years
Learn simple massage techniques that you can both enjoy! The parents and children learn a sequence of movements called ‘La routine’. The movements call on the imagination of the child to help him to learn. The workshops lasts for 2.30 hours. It focuses on the head, forehead, neck, shoulders, arms and hands through your clothes.
The workshop can be organised for three to four participants. Your child will receive a small guide to take home.
- the opportunity for children to experience dedicated “calming time”,
- increased self-confidence, self-awareness and self-esteem,
- a fun way for families and friends to share time together and connect with each other,
- the opportunity to encourage children to develop their imagination,
- an alternative and engaging way of encouraging children to develop a wider vocabulary,
- the opportunity for children to practically engage in experiences that provide a context for the use of emotional language,
- individual attention that enhances a child’s awareness of being valued, and brings a sense of self-worth,
- the relaxation of mind and body, easing tension and the cumulative effects of stress,
- the promotion of “feel good” hormones including oxytocin, which help to boost general well-being,
- an increased sensitivity by children of how their own actions and emotions can influence those of others,
- learning the essential life skill of conscious relaxation through first-hand experience of the benefits of recharging and refreshing mind and body.
The Massage In Schools Program (MISP) was officially founded in 2000 by Mia Elmsäter from Sweden, and Sylvie Hétu from Canada. In order for a program to be successful, they both believe in the contagious effect of a credible, well-structured yet simple program, and a shared common core curriculum. It is with this spirit that they combined their experiences to create MISP. The MISP advocates a new educational and family approach on massage to encourage rapport and healthy, positive interactions between children-to-children and parent-to-child. It is not a treatment or therapy. Some of the basic foundations of human connections are created through physical touch, giving us a sense of happiness and warmth as well as safety and comfort.