The brush massage stimulates venous and lymphatic flow. In the muscles it relieves minor tensions. The treatment can stimulate the liver, kidneys and gut through nerve connections that reach from the skin via the spinal cord to the internal organs. This, in turn, has a positive effect on the metabolism. The circulation to the skin is improved by the gentle stroking of the brush. Dead flakes of skin are loosened; the skin is able to regenerate itself more easily and remains elastic.
The honey massage uses the power of hot honey on the back The special tapping technique transports waste products and toxins to the surface. The back is then purified with hot compresses and the whole body treated to a relaxing oleation. The skin appears soft and smooth, and the muscles are well-perfused and relaxed.
4-day detox day 1: Brushing massage day 2: Seaweed wrap followed by massage day 3: Lymph Drainage 50 min. day 4: Alpienne body salt wrap
A relaxing and warming foot bath followed by reflex zone massage with a herbal balm. This is followed by a harmonising abdominal massage and body bandaging with a herbal & salt wrap for deacidification, detoxification and purification.
Hara means the centre of the abdomen in Japanese. It is the magical source of energy within the body, in which power, vitality and stillness combine. This Shiatsu treatment is especially recommended for digestive problems and is carried out in comfortable clothing.
The hay from unfertilized alpine pastures has a special composition of over 300 flowers and grasses. This produces a high concentration of essential oils. The hay wrap has an enlivening and strongly purifying effect whilst at the same time placing a mild strain on the circulation. The treatment has diuretic and balancing effects, and activates the metabolism and cells.
Pure, natural powdered seaweed has a purifying and deacidifying effect whilst enhancing the circulation and stimulating the metabolism.