Swedish Massage Prague

Swedish (Oil) Massage


The Swedish massage is known as the original classic style of massage which was established during the late 19th century by the Swedish physical therapist Per Ling.

This is a full-body Swedish massage with stretching techniques to relax your muscles, reduce stress and release tension, also stimulate the nervous system, and filter out unwanted toxins, such as lactic and uric acid. The well-blended Organic oil helps the skin with moisture, get smooth, silky, and revitalized.

The pressure applied will be targeted between the muscles and bones, towards the direction of the flow of blood returning to the heart. The techniques used in a Swedish massage help to relax by stimulating their nerve endings and increasing blood flow and lymphatic drainage.

Swedish massage uses stronger strokes on thicker muscle coverage, while softer strokes are used on the bonier and more delicate parts of the body. The adjustment of pressure makes for an ideal massage for relaxation, which keeps the tendons and ligaments flexible while reducing physical and emotional stress.

In addition to loosening up tight muscles and tissue restriction, Swedish massage calms the nervous system and helps people cope better with a variety of conditions that affect the mind, body, and emotions

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Swedish massage is suitable for anyone?

Swedish massage is generally considered to be a safe and relaxing massage therapy that is suitable for most people. It involves the use of gentle, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes on the top layers of muscles. This type of massage is often used to promote relaxation, increase circulation, and relieve muscle tension.

However, Swedish massage may not be suitable for everyone. If you have a medical condition or are pregnant, it is important to consult with your healthcare provider before receiving a massage to ensure that it is safe for you. Some medical conditions or medications may contraindicate massage therapy. Additionally, if you are uncomfortable with any aspect of the massage, it is important to communicate this to the therapist so that they can adjust their technique to meet your needs and ensure your comfort.


  • Accentuated tiredness
  • High level of stress
  • Muscular pain and/ or articular
  • Insomnia
  • Respiratory affections

Benefits of Swedish Massage

  • Eliminates stress and tiredness
  • Tenuate the muscular pains and cramps
  • Improves blood circulation and lymph
  • Helps to eliminate the toxins from the body
  • Improves the digestion
  • Skin's innervation
  • Strengthens the immunity system
  • Improves the concentration of the brain
  • Induces a relaxing sleep
  • Creates full-body relaxation


  • Epidermal affections of infection or/ and inflammatory nature
  • Febrile acute affections
  • Osteopathic Articulation affections
  • Cardiac and severe pulmonary affections
  • Circulatory affections, arterial hypertension
  • Acute affections of the digestive system
  • Epilepsy