My name is Sonia Hamilton and during the last 10 years I have been learning different massage techniques as: Traditional massage, Tantra Massage, Ayurveda massage, Shiatsu, Reflexology and Thai massage.
Fortunately I have worked as professional masseuse for the best hotels and Spas in Barcelona city where I could consolidate to myself as one of the best holistic therapists of the city.
However, six years ago I decided follow my dream and create my own mobile massage company that has been a big success.
¿How does it work?
If you are planning to visit Barcelona in the future or you are staying in a hotel, probably you would like to have a great moment to disconnect and feel calm, peace and good vibes. So you are in the right place because I love what I do and that’s why I try to do my best in each massage session.
Are you living in Barcelona? Would you like to receive a massage in your apartment or home?
I can move to your hotel, home, boat or whatever you are and become your place in an ideal atmosphere for an unforgettable massage session….So are you ready? Let’s meet!
“You are in the right place because I love what I do and that’s why I try to do my best in each massage session.”
“I have an amazing private studio in the center of the city.”
In my studio
If you prefer come to my place I have an amazing private studio in the center of the city very well connected with the main train station Barcelona Sants and many lines of metro and easy access to the way to the airport.
A Brief History of Massages:
Throughout history massage has been employed to improve recovery time, restore energy, manage stress and ease body aches. The first records of massages date back over 3,000 years to Ancient China, and today massages are considered to be one of the longest-standing forms of “healing art.”
Many of the world’s most influential cultures have had their own specific therapies and techniques related to body massages that have been handed down from generation to generation. This includes the Ancient Greeks, Hindus, Persians, Egyptians French, Swedish, Thai, Indian, Japanese and Chinese.
Today their teachings continue to carry massage therapy forward into conventional medicine practices. “Massage” can mean a lot of different things depending on who you ask. It’s believed that the French first termed the word “massage” to describe a healing practice of kneading the body.
They believed that friction and pressure applied to certain areas on the body could provide benefits by breaking up scar tissue, even if at the time the massage didn’t actually feel so comfortable.