Massage

Hello! I’m Tamás Farkas, I have been practicing martial arts, along with the healthy way of life that comes with it since 2000. Due to this, I began to practice massage to support people who want to maintain and restore their health condition. During my studies I have learnt therapeutic massage, eastern massage (Teate), swedish massage, sport massage, cupping-glass, aromatherapy massage, honey massage, manager massage and I use any combination of these based on the condition or the request of the patient. During a session, I work with a holistic approach, in which our environment, lifestyle, body, emotions and thoughts are forming an inseparable whole.

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage is defined as the mobilisation of soft tissue (such as muscle, fascia and body fluids) to restore normal systemic and biomechanical/functional use. It can be used to assist in the treatment of most musculo-skeletal and associated problems, and regular Therapeutic Massage Therapy results in improved circulatory, lymphatic and neurological functioning. Therapeutic Massage can be stimulating or soothing depending on the technique, depth and speed. Carried out by a Registered Therapist, Therapeutic Massage Therapy is both safe and effective and helps to create balance and harmony from within. Today, given the high levels of stress under which many people live, Therapeutic Massage is not only a highly beneficial therapy, but also one of the healthiest options to improving one’s quality of life.

Teate

Teate massage was developed by Shigeru Uemura who is master of Japanese martial arts and massage therapist. He integrated a lot of eastern massage techniches and his experiences. The Teate help for corrigation of body deformations, for examle from sports injuries, or seated works. We can release of chronic muscle tension with the Teate massage. The treatments incluedes manual therapy techniues. The Teate therapist sees whole body as one system, and he handles it comprehensively.

Relaxation massage

Relaxation massage is a smooth, gentle, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, relieves muscular tension, plus improves circulation and range of movement. This is the style of massage you’ll find performed at day spas. Your therapist will aim to relax, revive and rejuvenate you at a massage depth that does not cause discomfort.

Combined treatment

I combine the techniques personalized for you, depend on your problem, your purpose, your needs.

Swedish massage

Swedish massage was invented by a Swedish fencing instructor named Per Henrik Ling in the 1830s. When he was injured in the elbows, he reportedly cured himself using tapping (percussion) strokes around the affected area. He later developed the technique currently known as Swedish massage. Swedish massage is the most popular type of massage. It involves the use of hands, forearms or elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of the muscles to improve mental and physical health. Active or passive movement of the joints may also be part of the massage. The benefits of Swedish massage include increased blood circulation, mental and physical relaxation , decreased stressand muscle tension, and improved range of motion.

Sports Massage

Definition Sports Therapy specializes in increasing blood flow to the muscles and breaking down scar tissue in order to maintain proper nutrients and blood flow to the muscles Specialties include, injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, muscle manipulation, range of motion, pre and post workout recovery and more! We assist with everyday aches and pains to eliminate discomfort by utilizing trigger point therapy, deep tissue, stretching, pin and pull techniques and much more in order to address problem areas.

Cupping-Glass

The earliest record of cupping therapy was in the Ebers Papyrus – one of the oldest medical textbooks in the world. The textbook describes how ancient Egyptians used the therapy in 1550 BC. The therapy is more associated with the ancient Chinese culture, and is considered a form of traditional Chinese medicine. The term cupping is used to describe a technique where a small glass and modern plastic cups are used as suction devices on the skin. This suction causes the skin and superficial muscles to gently lift into the cup. In this way, the therapy can be considered as an inversion of massage. Instead of applying a pressure downwards on the muscle, cupping uses pressure upwards to lift the muscles. For many, this provides a relaxing sensation. The aim of applying this pressure is to loosen and relax muscles, encourage blood flow, release toxins and relax the nervous system.

Aromatherapy Massage

Aromatherapy massage is Swedish massage therapy using massage oil or lotion that contains essential oils (highly concentrated plant oils). During an aromatherapy massage, you inhale these essential oil molecules or absorb them through your skin. They are thought to promote beneficial changes in your mind and body by affecting the limbic system, a region of the brain known to influence the nervous system. Each essential oil used in aromatherapy is said to have different properties. For example, some calm and make you feel relaxed while others energize.

Honey Massage

Already the old Egyptians knew about the healing effects of honey and also women from the orient used honey as a beauty product ever since. But the origins of the honey massage are however rooted in Tibet and Russia.Honey massages count as natural medicine, which can be used in form of a healing massage, for therapeutic purposes and for detoxing. Honey massages are connective tissue and fasciae treatments. The massage is applied with the help of plucking and drawing techniques. Plucking and drawing promotes the blood circulation. Also, dead skin cells come of. The whole organism gets detoxified and strengthened and it is also said that energy blockades dissolve. Mostly, the back area to shoulder area is treated with a honey massage. But also cellulites on thighs can be effectively treated with honey.

Manager Massage

Corporate Massage therapy can be performed at the convenience of the workplace either at the worker’s desk or in a suitable room or worksite. Employees remain fully clothed and typically no oils or lotions are used. Private treatments can be organised for longer treatments. Most commonly treatments are focused on the head, neck, shoulders and upper back but our therapists can tailor treatments to your needs.

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