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Where every body is welcome - massage
06 33 618 553


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The Massage

Based on the Swedish style and combined with Shiatsu, Tuina and Acupressure to create an overall relaxing massage.

The massage experience goes beyond the practical techniques. The pace of the massage is also considered, with rhythmic movements and an unrushed manner intended to help maintain the calming and relaxing experience.


Simply Relax and Let Go

Needing to slow down and relax, this treatment will help you unwind from everyday stress and tension.  During the massage most areas will be treated, helping you regain your balance and get back in touch with your body.   Sink into the table, take a deep breath and allow yourself to let go and enjoy the overall sense of relaxation and lightness.


Back, Neck and Shoulders

Many people hold tension in their neck, shoulders and upper back. Using acupressure points around the shoulder blades,  along the spine, upper back and neck, this massage typically includes deeper pressure and some breathwork.


Back, including Lower Back

There are a range of reasons why people may have tension in their lower back.  This massage covers the whole back while spending extra time on the lower back and around the sacrum.  Frequently acupressure points in the glutes are tender for people with lower back pain, so these areas are addressed with some breathwork too.   For longer sessions the legs will also be included and the use of a warming lamp for the lower back.


Make It Your Own

A more personalised treatment ideal for those wanting to focus on a particular area other than the back. Whether it be the legs, arms or wanting to include some abdominal massage, we can tailor every massage to your particular needs each time.    



60 mins……..€60

90 mins……..€80

* Longer sessions can be arranged on request.

The body philosophy is based on the following principles

The complete person


Every body is different. And every body reacts to things differently and adjusts in individual ways. The right balance is specific for each person.



Massage has therapeutic benefits


There are physiological responses to massage: stimulating the body’s para-sympathetic nervous system and increasing the release of oxytocin (the feel good hormone) as well as the lowering of stress hormones. The connection through massage can also have a reassuring psychological effect.


People can also hold stress and emotions as tension in their body. In eastern theory “Form follows Qi”, this means if the movement of your Qi (body’s energy) is blocked or circulates poorly, say because of poor posture or long hours hunched over a computer, this can create pain and tension. Over longer periods of time this can affect how you hold your body day-to-day. ​Massage can help improve the circulation of Qi in the body and help to release tension.


Acupuncture & Acupressure have therapeutic benefits

The entire body is connected and the meridian system in acupuncture facilitates the flow of Qi as well as connecting the external body with the internal organ systems.     Acupuncture & Acupressure – including all components of treatment (needling,  acupressure, cupping and warming/moxa) have the ability to effect the body in both physiological and through our body’s energy (Qi) helping to relieve pain and improve our health.


Shu, Shoku, Do, So.


From Shiatsu’s 4 elements for good health


  • Good Breathing (Shu)
  • Good Food (Shoku)
  • Good Movement (Do)
  • Good Thoughts (So)


It’s not easy or always possible to juggle everything and achieve that perfect balance, but keeping these 4 elements in mind can help keep you on the right track.




To your body.​

A passion for people

About Sam


​Originally from Australia and moved to Amsterdam a few years ago. I love massage, and studied Swedish style in Australia. I enjoy the connection with other people that can be developed with massage as well as the ability to help people relax and release some of their tension – all through the power of touch.


People often don’t get to feel that connection in their day-to-day lives, so it is a great way for people to get back in touch with their body, particularly if they are stressed or busy in their head.


From personal practice I developed a more intuitive style of massage, feeling for knots where people might be holding their tension.  ​It was this passion for massage and helping others that led me to further my skills with Shiatsu, Acupuncture, Tuina and Western Medicine.


I am a native English speaker and I do speak some Dutch.






  • Acupuncture, Shenzhou Open University, Amsterdam.
  • Tuina, Shenzhou Open University, Amsterdam.
  • Foundations of Chinese Medicine – Diploma, Shenzhou Open University, Amsterdam.
  • Western Medicine – HBO (Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology), Shenzhou Open University, Amsterdam.
  • Shiatsu -Foundation Year, Iokai Shiatsu, Amsterdam.
  • Swedish Massage, NSW School of Massage, Sydney.
  • Thai Yoga Massage – Introduction Course, Thaise Yoga Massage, Amsterdam.
  • Wat Po – Level 1, Thai Hand Massage School, Amsterdam.




KvK: 66250528

Book your treatment

06 33 618 553   (Call, SMS or WhatsApp)


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Palmstraat 70-B, Amsterdam 1015 HT


Located in Amsterdam Centrum’s Jordaan area, it is easily accessible by bike or public transport.


  • Tram 3 (Nieuwe Willemsstraat)
  • Bus 18 or Bus 21 (Nieuwe Willemsstraat​)


Massage treatments are by appointment only.

Where every body is welcome - massage