For over 20 years I have specialized in the understanding of the positive effect on the human body, mind and psyche and the healing power of thoughts and words. I started my education at the International Kinesiology College in Switzerland and over the years continuously participated in several professional training around the world. I have broadened my knowhow in many countries such as Japan, Korea, Australia and America, where I specialised in following therapies:
Hawaiian Temple Style Bodywork, Ka Huna & Lomi Lomi, Release Therapy & Spiritual Healing am «Mette Sorensen’s Institute of Personal Development» in Bundeena/Queensland
Integrated Body Therapies, Bodywork, Dip. Remedial Massage, Dip. Aromatherapy am «Australasien College of Natural Therapies» in Sydney/Australien
Acupressure, Meridans & Healing am «Nature Care College of Traditional Medicine» in Sydney/Australien
Asian Bodywork Techniques, in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
Hawaiian MassageKa Huna also known as Lomi Lomi or temple-style massage, is a Hawaiian form of massage, in which the forearms and elbows are used, giving long rhythmic strokes. The Ka Huna massage is considered by the Hawaiian culture to be one of the most important healing tool and is taught and practiced worldwide.The subtle yet strong touches are adapted to the client's needs, to release blocked energy. The use of massage oils allows for differentiated and harmonizing strokes. The ancient healers of Hawaii believed that illnesses were the result of suppressed emotions, mental disorders, mental uneasiness and tension caused by energy blockages in the body. Health recovery was therefore believed to involve a process of physical, emotional and mental healing. They also believed that our bodies emerge through our thoughts and carry Mana (energy). If pain and tension are relieved through massages, we can dedicate ourselves to lighter thoughts and that subsequently lead to a healthier body and mind.
Hawaiian 4-hand massage
with Waltraud Müller, Riethofstr. 8, 8702 Zollikon
Tui NaAs they saying goes “Prevention is better than Cure”. In Asia, the preservation of health and the prevention of disorders are of greater importance than the pursuit of remedies and treatment. The Chinese word “Tui Na” means “stroke/grab” and refers to a treatment based on traditional Chinese medicine that combines various massage techniques. Acupressure massage helps to relax the body by gentle pressure on the energy points and meridians, serving to harmonize body and soul and can be used for a variety of acute or chronic discomforts.
Strong pressure on the muscles and tissues in flowing motion sequences releases existing energy blockages, strengthens the circulation and eliminates toxins. The circulation is stimulated, the organs are cleansed of toxins and the body is detoxified. Stiffness in the tissues and in the muscles are released, the blood circulation is stimulated, the immune system is strengthened and the metabolism is stimulated. Slight stretching and joint loosening complete the massage.
MassageDuring the massage with aroma oils, the scent is absorbed through the skin and transported to the muscles, joints and organs. The individually composed ethereal mixture is rubbed into the skin by stroking, kneading, circular pushing, tapping and vibrating. It helps reducing stress, tension and muscle aches, promoting blood circulation, elasticity and relaxation. The aim of the massage is to promote the supply of nutrients to the muscles, stimulate the lymphatic system and thus reduce stress. The body can be made to feel “great again” and on an emotional level aids to lessen fear, sorrows and negative thoughts.
I am pleased to welcome you in my studio and happy to answer to any of your questions.
Appointments please via SMS.
|Monday||12.00 – 20.00 h|
|Tuesday||10.00 – 20.00 h|
|Wednesday||10.00 – 20.00 h|
|Thursday||10.00 – 15.00 h|
|Saturday||Once a month|
|Sunday||Once a month|