Professional Therapist’s Education

Today, we are experiencing demanding times and spa isn’t just a trend, but also a need for the contemporary man. It is universally known that modern man suffers from chronic stress, tension, back & neck pain due to work, and wants, even in his holidays, to relax, relieve himself and take care of himself. … “. So, for a therapist and a spa business, it is vital enhancing the treatment menu with alternative holistic Treatments like Shiatsu, Rejuvance, Reflexology etc or therapeutic massages like Lymphatic massage, ensuring high quality to their services and a highly trained staff manages to deliver the desired result at the best price!


Rejuvance / Holistic Rejuvenation Technique


Unique Massage of face-neck-cervus that rejuvenates, lift and nourishes the skin in depth. It gives full-body rest, relieves from stress, headaches, insomnia, migraines, cervical pain. The therapy is completed in 6 different sessions. Fascinating rejuvenation with only one session for a special look in an event and deep relaxation.

Holistic Relaxing Massage


Holistic Massage is an enjoyable, relaxing massage that takes care of the whole entity and focuses on the 3 dimensional human nature – body, mind and spirit. It is based on muscle relaxing massage, however it includes a variety of Alternative Medicine Techniques like Shiatsu, Holistic Rejuvenation, Ayurveda etc. It rejuvenates immediately the body, detoxifies and reduces muscle pain. It affects positively the nervic, lymphatic, circulation and muscle system of the body at the same time.



Shiatsu is a Japanese technique of therapy that includes pressures, stretching and different eastern techniques of massaging. The sessions are carried out on a special mattress on the floor and the person wears comfortable clothes like tracksuits. It helps in balancing of the whole body and it has an holistic impact in Body, Mind and Spirit.

Lymphatic Massage


The Lymphatic Massage approaches the surface lymphatic vessels & “wakes up” the lymph nodes of the body for the purpose of faster and more effective return of the lymph into the venous part of the bloodstream.

This massage helps the body detoxify and get its strength back against harmful external factors. Lymphatic massage specifically helps in lymphatic edema, fluid retention in the body, fat accumulation, blocked metabolism and reduced immune.

Anti-Cellulite & Lymphatic Massage


This massage helps tackle this skin problem, which is a very common modification in which the skin gets an “orange peel” appearance or “layer appearance” one, by improving blood circulation, relieving lymph and removing toxins from the body. It also fights dryness and helps maintain skin elasticity. It also combines techniques from lymphatic massage, which contributes more to the fight against cellulite. It should be conducted on a weekly basis.

Aroma Hot Stone Massage


Hot Stone Massage is one of the most popular treatments in spas all over the world. It combines the benefit of the massaging techniques with the therapeutic properties of the volcanic stones, which have high content in iron and magnesium. This treatment rejuvenates the tired, without energy corps, relieves from stress, muscle stiffness, detoxifies the body and relaxes deeply. Aromatherapy positive effects are added through local essential oils.

Aroma Hot Pouch Massage


Aroma Hot Pouch Massage, not only it makes you feel that you are under an exotic experience in enchanting places and relaxes you deeply, but also detoxifies your body and improves blood circulation. In Pouch Massage special pouches are used which usually contain salts, herbs and essential oils. Applied hot to specific points throughout the body, although they are particularly enjoyable in the back area, and combined with specific relaxing and balancing massage techniques, it certainly creates a unique sense of well-being and relaxation.

Holistic Hippocratic Therapy


Hippocratic Massage is a Holistic Massage that affects body, mind and emotions. We work along the energy channels, similar to Shiatsu, of the four Hippocratic veins (meridians). Of these four main pathways, three of them travel along the myoskeletal system and one along the viscera. They are intertwined with the nervous system and have a positive effect on our thoughts, emotions and energy centers (as described by Plato in the dialogue Timeous).

Guided Meditation


Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher in person. The term “guided meditation” is most commonly used in clinical practice, scholarly research, and scientific investigation to signify an aggregate of integrated techniques.

The most common and frequently used combination or synthesis comprises meditation music and receptive music therapy, guided imagery, relaxation, some form of meditative practice and mindfulness, and journaling. Hypnosis or hypnotherapeutic procedures may be included as part of an intervention. Psychotherapist Michael D. Yapko has shown the remarkable similarity between hypnotic procedures and guided meditation procedure.



It is still important to live and act in a way that promotes harmony with others. Mikao Usui, the founder of the Reiki system of natural healing, recommended that one practice certain simple ethical ideals to promote peace and harmony, which are nearly universal across all cultures.

During a meditation several years after developing Reiki, Mikao Usui decided to add the Reiki Ideals to the practice of Reiki. The Ideals came in part from the five principles of the Meiji emperor of Japan whom Mikao Usui admired. The Ideals were developed to add spiritual balance to Usui Reiki. Their purpose is to help people realize that healing the spirit by consciously deciding to improve oneself is a necessary part of the Reiki healing experience.