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Welcome to the professional massagetherapy clinic

  • 54 rue de la Foret, L-1534 Luxembourg
  • Mon to Fri 10:00am to 6:30pm



Fasciatherapy comes from the word "fascia" which designates the connective tissue - rich in collagen - that covers all the muscles and organs, from head to toe, from depth to periphery. The role of the massage therapist is to identify areas of tension and, through massage, manipulation or even immobilization at specific manual support points, to make them mobile and malleable again.

To be even more precise, fasciatherapy takes care of these membranes that surround our muscles, our organs, our bones and our viscera and constitute our "second skeleton".

What can we expect?

Some of the most common applications of this therapy include:

  • Back pain.
  • Circulatory disturbances.
  • Tendinitis.
  • If I don't take care of my body and fascias, what can happen?

    Physical or psychological disorders and traumas can cause a lasting contraction of the fascias and thus lead not only to mechanical problems, but also to blockages. For example, just as inflammation of the synovial sheath of the tendon can lead to intestinal problems, tension in the back muscles or muscle fascias can lead to gastric problems.

  • How does the fascia work?

    The fascia is a living tissue animated by motility. It is very sensitive and reacts to the various hazards of life (stress, emotional shocks, poor lifestyle, body trauma etc.. ....). When the fascia tightens, it disturbs the micro movements, restricts blood flow, blocks oxygen and metabolic exchanges in the damaged areas.

  • Contraindications

    Fasciatherapy has no absolute contraindications. Indeed, the touch exercised by the therapist is very delicate. We will mention fractures, wounds, during fever, infectious processes, cardio-pulmonary problems....

However, be careful!Fasciatherapy, like other alternative medicines, does not replace a medical treatment. Do not hesitate to ask your doctor for advice.