Gets under the skin

Connective tissue massage

A flexible promise

Connective tissue massage (fascia massage) treats the connective tissue using techniques on the surface of the skin, subcutaneously and on the fascia itself. Using slow, strong manipulation, the therapist detects adhesions of fascias in the back area. These adhesions cause dysfunctions of the internal organs which are then treated using neural stimulation. Connective tissue massage is a holistic, manual form of treatment. It reduces pain and has no side effects.


  • disorders of the internal organ systems
  • problems with arterial and venous circulation
  • cardiovascular disease
  • respiratory diseases
  • kidney and urinary tract disorders
  • digestive system disorders
  • neurological disorders
  • rheumatism
  • gynaecological disorders
  • for post-operative, post-traumatic orthopaedic cases such as fractures, connective tissue damage, osteoporosis, arthritis, paralysis, acute lower back pain.