• Swedish massage
  • Relaxation massage
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Neck & back release
  • Foot & leg therapy

In-room massages from € 30 .
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Massage therapies from € 30 .
For more details please check price list


World class quality treatments available at your hotel.
Pure tranquillity.


Relieve the pain of injuries, stress, accidents, and body discomfort.


Harmonises the energies of the body and mind.
Together we can design a plan of a personalized therapeutic experience for you.


  • Optional aromatherapy


Healing with pure essential oils. Time-tested techniques to provide an unforgettable massage. Aromatherapy is not a replacement for conventional medicine but it is an effective and natural complement to it.

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Massage in Budapest in my private salon or in hotel rooms, apartments


A full body massage is a special treatment. With only a light touch and some simple strokes, you can relax and sooth tense, strained muscles. A full body massage is also an effective way to reduce stress and increase circulation.
A full body massage is generally practiced when the client would be completely draped with sheets on a bed or a massage table. And generally clients are told to undress as far as they can and still be comfortable. So some people will be completely naked and some people will leave their underwear on and the therapist will know how to work with whatever the client is most comfortable with. And it is a really important factor; being comfortable. Basically the person's body is massaged entirely, with the exception of course of the breasts and the groin.
Have the person lie on their back, on a massage table or the floor. Put a pillow under their head and knees.

Put oil or lotion on your hands, and massage the feet and legs. Feet take our weight all day, so use firm thumb pressure on the arches and balls of the foot. Use the same motion on the leg that you used on their arms, moving from the ankle to the tops of the thigh.
Turn the person over and massage the back of the legs, the same way you did the front of the legs. Use long smooth strokes from ankle to buttocks. You can massage the gluteul muscles, if the person does not mind, but do ask before you touch the buttock area.

Massage the back, beginning with the big muscles directly beside the spine. Move to the muscles between the shoulder blades, then the neck muscles.

Release the upper back muscles, by putting your hands under the upper back and gently kneading and pulling the muscles. Turn the head to one side and massage one side of the neck, then gently turn it to the other side and massage.
Massage the hand and arm on one side of the body. Use your thumbs, pressing very firmly when massaging the palms. Use long smooth strokes using your fingers and palms to massage the arms, from wrist to shoulder, and then do the other side.
Finish the massage with a light strokes, this is a nice, soothing way to end a massage.



Foot massage is a simple and effective method to relax your body and mind. It is based on the tenets of foot reflexology and involves applying pressure on key points in the foot to get benefits. Foot massage strategies:
Stroking: this technique stimulates the blood vessels in your feet and promotes gentle heat. Hold the foot in your hands and start to massage the surface on the foot. Use your thumbs inside a slow, stroking movement, starting up in the toes and moving as much as the ankle. As soon as you might have reached the ankle adhere to exactly the same line back for the toes. Make sure you apply lighter stress in direction of the toes than the ankle.
Ankle rotation: gentle move the ankle side to side to loosen the ankle joint. Hold the heel on the foot in a cupping motion and hold the ball in the foot using the other hand. Rotate the foot clockwise and anticlockwise 3 or 4 instances to loosen up the foot through the ankle joint, reversing the instructions will calm and de-stress your senses. Ensure you perform this method gently.
Pivoting: gently hold the foot within your hand and utilize the other hand to massage the sole from the foot with your thumb. Commence using the region right under the large toe and gradually move for the other toes. Following preliminary pressure, roll the thumb back and forth. It could be seen as wiggling the thumb. Release strain, and move. Pivoting can be aN extremely comforting especially if you differ the quantity of stress currently being applied to your ball in the foot.
Kneading: knead the thumb or finger suggestions back and forth about the sole of the foot. Kneading utilizes the knuckles at the second joints. "Knead" the spot like dough with huge pressing, rotating movements. Bear in mind the foot is not as adaptable as dough, so you should be gentle.
Finger strolling: visualize the foot being a series of squares the size of the 2nd toe. Stroll your fingers horizontally, one particular square for the upcoming, then down to your subsequent row of squares.
This foot massage has been practiced for many centuries for its various benefits. Our feet contain greater than 7,000 nerves. By stimulating them gently you can get pleasurable and relaxing sensations.
    Foot massage can help to relive anxiety and induce deep relaxation.
    Foot massage reduces stress and facilitates unimpeded blood flow throughout the body.
    A relaxing foot massage can facilitate homeostasis and optimum functioning of the body’s systems.
    Foot massage removes blockages to enable proper energy flow throughout the body. This can give you more energy and vitality to perform daily tasks.
    Foot massage heals and relaxes our body and mind, and protects against stress-related ailments.
The Difference Between Foot Massage and Reflexology
The aim of reflexology is to balance the flow of energy around the body by stimulating reflex points on the feet / hands. It's based on the theory that certain points on the feet correspond to certain organs and body parts and that applying pressure to the areas can promote health in the corresponding parts.
The aim of Foot massage is to relax the client and relieve pressure by rubbing the muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin, and joints of the feet. It is similar to Swedish massage, the most common type of massage in Budapest, Hungary. People typically use massage oil or lotion and use gentle gliding strokes all over the foot.



A back massage is also called a back rub. It is given by stroking your hands across a person's neck, shoulders, and back. A back massage increases blood flow to the skin and muscles. This can help to prevent skin problems in a person who needs to stay in bed most of the time. This can also help ease pain and stiffness, or help the person feel better after being ill. Some people may not be able to have a back massage because of an injury or certain medical problems. Check with a caregiver before giving the person a back massage.
Put the following items within easy reach: bath towels, washcloths, basin with warm water, body lotion, you can warm the lotion by putting the bottle in the warm water for a few minutes, soap.
Getting the person ready: be sure the room is warm enough for the person to be comfortable. Lower the head of the bed if it is OK. Raise the bed to a comfortable height for you. Help the person to turn onto his stomach or on his side. Be sure that he can breathe easily in this position. Place small pillows under the person's head and stomach, between his legs, under his feet, or wherever is comfortable. Place a bath towel next to the person's back. This keeps the bed from getting wet. Uncover the person's back. Keep the rest of his body covered as much as possible for privacy and warmth.
Put a small amount of warm lotion on your hands. Rub your hands together so the lotion is spread evenly on your hands. Stand close to the bed with one foot slightly forward. Move your hands slowly during the massage to help the person relax. Start massaging the back at the buttocks. Move your hands upward on both sides of the spine all the way to the shoulders. Make a circular motion as you move your hands upward. Press a bit more firmly with your thumbs as you make the circles. Move across the shoulders and start moving down the upper arms, using less pressure as you move downward. Ask if you are applying too much or too little pressure as you massage. Ask the person to tell you if he feels pain in any area. If there is pain felt, do not massage that area, or massage it very gently. Apply more lotion on your hands as needed.


A relaxation massage is exactly what the name implies: a massage strictly for the purposes of rest and relaxation. This massage technique is not designed for therapeutic effects or for dealing with chronic pain or discomfort. This massage is essentially the same as a gentle Swedish massage that uses smooth, gliding strokes. The primary purpose will be to help you relax, and the massage therapist will probably move at a slower pace and use light pressure.
During a session, the patient will remove most of their clothing and lie on a massage table, usually with some sort of thin sheet draped over the body. Usually a relaxation massage can be modified and tailored to your specific desires. The massage takes place in a quiet, comforting environment, with your choice of any music or candlelight in the background.
The massage consists of the therapist applying gentle to medium pressure of the hands to the body, gently manipulating the tissue to promote relaxation. It is not a deep tissue massage. It is not designed for working the deeper muscles of the body, but just a gentle kneading and rubbing of the outer layers of the body tissue. It will cover a wide range of areas on the body including the back, legs, arms and neck.
Sometimes there is the option of adding some aromatherapy treatment to your massage therapy. High quality aromatherapy oils can heighten the holistic experience of the massage and allow for greater relaxation and restoration of one’s energy balance. Of course, unscented oil is also an option. The oil produces a more slippery surface for the therapist to work on, so there is no pulling of the skin. During the massage, the patient can remain quiet and simply explore their own personal thoughts in their head, or they can chat with the therapist if so desired. The session can be personalized to be exactly how you like it.
Relaxation massage is a smooth, gentle style of massage designed to improve circulation, range of movement, relief minor muscle pain, and promote overall relaxation. Most people don’t take enough time off for themselves anymore.
The benefits of relaxation massage
As with any kind of massage, the benefits of a relaxation massage can last for several days after your treatment. Relaxation massage, like other forms of massage can offer the following benefits:
    Lowering blood pressure
    Improvements to peripheral circulation
    Improvements to skin tone and appearance
    Improvements to gastrointestinal motility (bowel movements will become more regular)
    Some reduction in muscle tension including the relief of muscle tension headaches
    Improvements to any stress-related symptoms



The term 'Swedish massage' refers to a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax muscles by applying pressure to them against deeper muscles and bones, and rubbing in the same direction as the flow of blood returning to the heart. Swedish massage was developed in the 1700's by a Swedish doctor named Per Henrik Ling.
The history of the Swedish massage
The invention of Swedish Massage is credited to Pehr Henrik Ling (1776-1839), a prominent Swedish physician and fencing teacher who combined Chinese gymnastic and medical techniques with early 19th century sports medicine to create a system for relieving sore muscles, increasing flexibility and promoting general health. Ling’s theories were popularized by a fellow Swedish physician, Johann Mezger, who helped legitimize Ling’s techniques in the public’s mind by giving them French names. Most massage practiced in the West is in one way or another derived from Ling’s original work.
Swedish massage techniques include: long strokes, kneading, friction, tapping, percussion, vibration, effleurage, and shaking motions. The usually sequence of techniques are:
Effleurage: gliding strokes with the palms, thumbs and/or fingertips
Petrissage: kneading movements with the hands, thumbs and/or fingers
Friction: circular pressures with the palms of hands, thumbs and/or fingers
Vibration: oscillatory movements that shake or vibrate the body
Percussion: brisk hacking or tapping
Passive and active movements: bending and stretching

The Benefits of Swedish massage
By far, the most popular benefit of Swedish Massage is that it is both relaxing and invigorating. It is an excellent way to help rid the body of tension and to achieve a sense of overall well-being.
A standard Swedish session lasts for 30 or 60 minutes, and addresses most major muscle groups of the body. The session is usually performed on a soft massage table, in an environment that is meant to relax the recipient. The strokes of the massage relax individual muscles, while the overall experience eliminates mental stress.
Swedish sessions can target specific areas of pain like a sprained ankle, or they can be used to help manage the chronic pain that comes with conditions like arthritis. By using strokes that improve circulation and increase body-wide relaxation, the massage therapist can help make many painful conditions more bearable.
The strokes of Swedish massage replicate the movements of the circulatory system. By performing the strokes toward the heart, Swedish massage drains metabolic waste from the limbs of the body.
Swedish massage can break up muscle adhesions and help promote the healthy healing of scar tissue. Swedish massage uses strokes like cross-fiber friction to work out the kinks that can accompany injured muscles. These strokes help get rid of scar tissue and return the muscles to their normal, healthy state.
What should you do after Swedish massage
Swedish massage has a detoxifying effect on the body and you can encourage this by drinking plenty of water and avoiding caffeine, nicotine and alcohol for the next 24 hours. Also try to avoid any strenuous exercise for 24 hours following treatment and try to rest and allow your body to heal from within.



Deep Tissue massage is a type of massage therapy that focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is especially helpful for chronically tense and contracted areas such as stiff necks, low back tightness, and sore shoulders. Some of the same strokes are used as classic massage therapy, but the movement is slower and the pressure is deeper and concentrated on areas of tension and pain.
When there is chronic muscle tension or injury, there are usually adhesions (bands of painful, rigid tissue) in muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Adhesions can block circulation and cause pain, limited movement, and inflammation.Deep tissue massage works by physically breaking down these adhesions to relieve pain and restore normal movement. To do this, the massage therapist often uses direct deep pressure or friction applied across the grain of the muscles.
At certain points during the massage, most people find there is usually some discomfort and pain. It is important to tell the massage therapist when things hurt and if any soreness or pain you experience is outside your comfort range.
There is usually some stiffness or pain after a deep tissue massage, but it should subside within a day or so. The massage therapist may recommend applying ice to the area after the massage.
Benefits of the Deep Tissue Massage
Unlike classic massage therapy, which is used for relaxation, deep tissue massage usually focuses on a specific problem, such as: chronic pain, limited mobility, recovery from injuries (e.g. whiplash, falls, sports injury), repetitive strain injury (such as carpal tunnel syndrome), postural problems, ostearthritis pain, fibromyalgia, muscle tension or spasm.


Massage is not recommended for certain people: infectious skin disease, rash, or open wounds; immediately after surgery; immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor; people with osteoporosis should consult their doctor before getting a massage; prone to blood clots, there is a risk of blood clots being dislodged. If you have heart disease, check with your doctor before having a massage; pregnant women should check with their doctor first if they are considering getting a massage. Massage in pregnant women should be done by massage therapists who are certified in pregnancy massage; massage should not be done directly over bruises, inflamed skin, unhealed wounds, tumors, abdominal hernia, or areas of recent fractures.

Before any massage treatment, avoid large meals or alcohol. It's also a good idea to give yourself plenty of time either side of the massage, so that you don't feel rushed. You should always tell your therapist in advance if you are, or think you might be, pregnant/ have any medical conditions or are receiving any treatment or medication/ have recently had an injury or operation/ are allergic to anything, particularly skin allergies/have any broken skin or sores on your scalp as this may affect the kind of oil and treatment you receive. It is important to drink plenty of water as you can after the massage to flush metabolic waste from the tissues.


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