Discover our massage techniques

At Turó Park Clinics, massages are performed exclusively by physiotherapists and, of course, individualised to your needs!

We offer a wide range of therapeutic, relaxing and even anti-ageing massages, which you can choose to enjoy yourself, or to give to your loved ones.

If you are not sure which massage to choose, our team of physiotherapists will be happy to advise you on which treatment is best suited to your needs.

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massage thérapeutique

Therapeutic massage

Therapeutic massage, as the name suggests, is intended to provide therapeutic benefit and often complements more extensive medical treatments. It is therefore important that it is tailored to the specific needs of the patient and their clinical condition.

The benefits of therapeutic massage:

  • Relieve musculoskeletal pain (migraine, lower back pain, scars, ...)
  • Accelerate recovery from injury or surgery
  • Improve mobility of muscles and joints

60 minutes | €95

Decontracting massage

The aim of the decontracting massage is to release muscular tension in contracted areas, by eliminating muscular "knots" that may be caused by sports activity, stress or poor posture, particularly at work.

The benefits of a decontracting massage:

  • Reduce muscle tension
  • Improve the quality of sleep
  • Improve blood circulation by stimulating and increasing the flexibility of blood vessels.

60 minutes | €120

massage décontracturant
drainage lymphatique

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage is a gentle massage technique designed to stimulate lymphatic circulation and detoxify the body, while strengthening the immune system. It is performed with the fingers and the palms of the hands on the whole body, following the direction of the lymphatic circulation and varying the pressure.

The benefits of lymphatic drainage:

  • Drain and eliminate liquids in the case of inflammation or oedema
  • Eliminate toxins accumulated in the body
  • Treat cellulite, lipoedema, lymphoedema...

60 minutes | €100

Circulatory massage

Especially indicated in case of oedemas of circulatory origin, heavy legs, or venous insufficiency, the circulatory massage consists in the application of deep pressure on the legs and feet in order to activate the blood circulation and to improve the venous return of the body.

The benefits of circulatory massage:

  • Optimise the general functioning of the body as well as the blood circulation
  • Reduce fluid retention and the feeling of heavy legs
  • Improve cardiovascular health

60 minutes | €100

massage circulatoire
massage du visage

Kobido facial massage

More than a massage, Kobido is an ancestral Japanese art that stimulates the muscles and tissues of the face from the surface to the depths. The nape of the neck, the neck and the neckline are also worked on. This treatment alternates pressure, modelling, smoothing, stretching, friction and vibration for an immediate lifting effect after the session.

The benefits of Kobido massage:

  • Improve the quality of the skin from the first session (freshness, suppleness, toning of the face).
  • Cultivate a "healthy glow" and give yourself a face lift
  • Draining and toning effect for the face and/or body

60 minutes | €100

Relaxing massage

During this massage, we take special care of the atmosphere, creating a space of relaxation and calm through temperature, soft light and aromatherapy. The movements are firm and progressive, releasing the tension accumulated in the muscular tissues and providing a feeling of relaxation.

The benefits of a relaxing massage:

  • Reduce the effects of anxiety, fatigue and stress on the body
  • Relieve aches and pains
  • Normalize muscle tone and release the myofascial system

60 minutes | €95

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massage intégral

Full body massage

Integral massage is a relaxing treatment that combines different massage techniques to provide a complete and beneficial experience for the body and mind. This type of massage focuses on the entire body, from head to toe, with the aim of promoting overall relaxation.

Benefits of Integral Massage:

  • Revitalise the whole body by combining relaxation and release
  • Improve the flexibility of tissues, muscles, fascia, joints...
  • Treat a pathology or take care of your body and mind

90 minutes | €150

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Our answers to the most frequently asked questions about massages

How to prepare for a massage?

To get the most out of your massage session, we recommend that you drink plenty of water to prepare your body to better eliminate toxins. Also, for comfort, wear light, stretchy clothes such as gym clothes and tie your hair back if you have long hair. Finally, remember to arrive a little early to avoid unnecessary stress and do not hesitate to express your expectations and/or fears to your physiotherapist before starting the massage.

When is the best time of day to get a massage?

For best results, the massage session should be done in the morning before going to work or in the evening at the end of the day. During these times, the body is more than willing to benefit from the relaxation movements performed. Of course, if you can't schedule your session at these times, don't worry, you'll still get the full benefit of your massage.

Can a massage cause pain?

Too much pressure during a massage can lead to aches and pains the day after or the day after the treatment. This is because the muscles may become tighter, rather than looser, in order to increase their resistance to the pressure and pain felt. Do not hesitate to inform your physiotherapist if you feel that the pressure of the massage is too intense.