Stefan Eilenberg

Balance | Energy | growth

23 years experience as a massage therapist

Certified therapist in chinese medicine, specialized in acupuncture and tuina

Treatments offered

Swedish massage 60 minute relaxing massage treatment with oils. For general well-being and increased blood circulation this treatment leaves you relaxed and energized.

Tui-Na (Chinese medical massage), most efficient treatment for orthopaedic problems and for releasing pain. Helps against stiff neck, frozen shoulder and back pain. 30 minute treatment.
Acupuncture helpful for sinusitis, headaches, insomnia (sleeping problems), digestion problems and also for orthopaedic problems in combination with Tui-Na.
Sports medicine treatment deep-tissue massage, supported treatments for knees and ankles.

Massage for employees at high tech companies.

I come to your office and give a 20-40 min relaxing treatment for shoulders and upper back.

Recommended for people working in hi tech companies or sitting many hours in front of computers.

My treatments suit people that suffer from the following:

Orthopaedic problems, sport injuries, allergies, lower back problems, headaches, insomnia, digestion problems, muscle tensions and emotional stress.


Chinese acupuncture

Chinese acupuncture is a medical technique based on theories of Chinese Medicine practiced in China for more than 4000 years. It is used for unblocking Qi (energy in Chinese) by inserting needles at particular points on the body to balance the opposing forces of Yin and Yang.

Qi is an energy that allegedly permeates all things and it is believed to flow through the body along 14 main pathways called meridians. When Yin and Yang are in harmony, Qi flows freely within the body and a person is healthy. When a person is sick or injured there is an obstruction of Qi along one of the meridians.

Traditional Chinese medicine has identified some 500 specific points where needles are to be inserted for specific effects. Each of the points along a specific meridian has a different effect. Certain points are known to tonify (supplement) the channel, organ or function, others to reduce (sedate), whilst others have a homeostatic (balancing) effect.