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12. Warm MassageTherapies

Release toxins, calm the psyche and help you fall into a state of deep meditation.


Specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth heated stones as an extension of her own hands. 

The use of hot stones for healing dates back to ancient times where Native Americans used to treat aching muscles with them. The modern revival of hot stones in massage is generally credited to Mary Nelson, a native of Tucson, Arizona who created La Stone Therapy.

At the start of a hot stone therapy, smooth water-heated basalt stones are carefully applied to key points on the body. This direct heat relaxes the muscles, which means that the massage itself is more effective and intense than it would be otherwise. The size of the stones varies, according to which part of the body they're being used on. Oil is smoothed gently onto the body and each stone, in turn, is worked along by the therapist's hands.

Hot stone therapy is said to have health benefits for people with: muscular aches and pains, back Pain, MS (mutiple sclerosis), arthritis, fibromylagia, stress, anxiety, circulatory problems, insomnia, depression...


Perfect alternative to traditional massage oil. 

Specifically made for use on the body. Soy is only slightly warmer than your body temperature.   

Candle massage may not strike you immediately as it's not a very commonly known therapy. However it does have benefits. 

Candle therapy can be used to unite the powers of mind, body and spirit.

It combines the use of candle and psychological principles to produce positive transformations in ones life.

Only done with candles made of soy wax. The candle is melted and it secretes butter oil and jojoba oil, not real wax.     

Mamouchka will use the medical Wat Po technique massage along the meridian lines for this therapy.                           

Excellent to moisturize the entire body. Depression, stress, melt away tension...