60min = €100
90min = €150
2h = €200
3h = €300
Unlock your old restrictions and trauma stored in the body. Improve posture and function with long lasting results. Deep bodywork to improve the posture and efficiency of the whole system. Unwinding the body's connective tissue and fascia through bodywork to let go of restrictions. Frozen shoulder, scoliosis, stress, pain, stiffness, chronic pain, burnout, personal transformation, etc.
Format: 12 Series of sessions
A PP specialty, with our prenatal massage table ready to support you and your baby for a face-down pampering experience. Higher blood flow will increase the intake of oxygen and nutrition of both the mother and the baby leaving you more relaxed and relieved. More than 10 years of experience make Albert a clear, professional and committed therapist with intelligent hands.
- Release and healing for mother and baby.
- Use of a special pregnancy table
- Ease of pain and symptoms in the mother
Pelvic Health sessions
Release, Mobilize, Activate and Integrate!
Release patterns, gain awareness and control and reclaim all the functions of the pelvic floor: sustaining, letting go, sexual, stability and force and as a lymphatic pump. Improve your breath, posture and co-activation as well as recovering its natural reflexive activation
Albert is specialized in pelvic floor training for the past 7 years. This training is indicated mainly for Post Partum but good for any gender and age.
Train your core and pelvic floor to optimize and maximize function. Modern and painless training to achieve a good tone, response and strength in the core and pelvic floor muscles. Also ideal if you have herniated discs, as it has a low impact and we work with a decrease the pressure in the pelvis.
Postural and Breathing training using the Hypopressive methodology alongside with Functional Kegels and any exercise designed for you by Albert.
Our Pelvic Health Map has 4 foundations:
- Release (Structural Integration)
* RELEASE: We recommend you to go through a Structural Bodywork/Integration process of sessions, in where the body is worked in detail, including the pelvic floor (externally). We need first to release before mobilization and movement therapy. It's a lot more efficient in the long run. We can then achieve deeper connection and relaxation in the deeper layers of the body, including the pelvic floor muscles.
When to release and when to strengthen?
Together with Albert you are going to determine where to start. Hypertonic (tight) or Hypotonic (weak). Which of the 4 quadrants of the pelvic floor is in which condition and what to do with that for better balance and stability. Release the tight. Strengthen the weak.
*Wear comfortable or sports clothes.