Classical Massage


Direct hand contact between humans is one of the oldest forms of healing in the history of mankind.

At the beginning of the 19th century, the Swede Per Henrik Ling developed what is known today as Swedish massage. A combination of gymnastics, physiology techniques from the Chinese, the Egyptians, the Greeks and the Romans.  On the spiritual level massage it not only relieves stress and anxiety, but also helps to become more aware of the body as a whole. It promotes relaxation, reassurance and can initiate a healing process by conveying a sense of one’s own well-being.

Massage techniques include:

  • kneading, wiping, tapping and circular motions

Physical benefits:

  • relaxation and stimulation of the muscles
  • support of the venous blood flow
  • calming of the nervous system
  • promotion of lymph flow
  • expansion of connective tissue

About Prisca

Prisca Pfaendler was born and raised in Switzerland. In 2000, medical problems began to dominate her daily life, career and personal life. Unfortunately, doctors were not able to adequately remedy my medical conditions.

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