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In addition to Bernard Beer Spa, we would like to introduce you to our offering of different types of massages.

Swedish massage

Swedish massage consists of a series of specific massage movements: kneading, sliding movements, rubbing or kneading. Traditionally, however, it also includes passive and active joint movements or stretching and bending exercises. This massage boosts health, regenerates the body, relieves stress and nervous tension, strengthens immunity and generally helps to relieve the body (especially after a higher physical load). This type of massage is sometimes considered more soothing than downright therapeutic. We can highly recommend it to anyone who would like to try their first massage or desires total body relaxation.

Sports massage

Sports massage is one of the harder and deeper massages. The massage helps a person to prepare for a performance or, on the contrary, accelerates the recovery process after a performance. It also relieves fatigue and swelling, reduces muscle tension, washes away toxins accumulated in muscle fibres and improves blood circulation.

Hot stones massage

Hot stones massage is a relaxing type of massage. This treatment uses a combination of pre-heated lava stones and massage techniques. This type of massage has beneficial effects not only psychologically but also physically. It boosts the immune system, aids in treating poor health and detoxification, stimulates circulation, relaxes stiff muscles, and the heat from the stones allows the masseur to more effectively penetrate the tissues deep within the body.

Face, neck and décolletage massage

This massage is very relaxing, thus getting rid of tension in the body and stress. The aim of this massage is better blood circulation and skin regeneration, elasticity, helps to reduce facial wrinkles and relaxes the muscles in the face, neck and décolleté. A special cream designed for facial massage is used for the massage.

Aromatherapy massage

Aromatherapy massage is a combination of gentle relaxation techniques with the use of essential oils containing essential oils. During the massage, these essential oils are absorbed into the skin and by inhaling their aroma, brain functions are stimulated to a large extent. As a result, the mind is calmed, harmonised and the limbic system is positively influenced. For people with sensitive skin, some oils can cause an allergic skin reaction. Therefore, it is better to consult a massage therapist in advance when choosing an essential oil.

Pair/couple massage

This is a simultaneous massage of two clients in one room, where both masseurs work at the same time. Each client can arrange an individual massage tailored to their personal wishes. This type of massage is recommended for those who prefer joint massages.

Swedish Massage - 60 minutes 1300 CZK
Relaxing Oil massage - 60 minutes 1400 CZK
Sports Massage - 60 minutes 1400 CZK
Hot stone massage - 60 minutes 1500 CZK
Aromatherapy massage - 60 minutes 1500 CZK
Massage 2 persons - 60 minutes 2700 CZK

Fügnerovo nám. 1, 120 00 Praha 2
Karoliny Světlé 20, 110 00 Praha 1

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History of beer baths

Spa as such appeared 4 thousand years ago in India. The ancient Chinese and Egyptians also knew about the beneficial effects of spa on the human body. The history of beer production dates back to the 7th millennium BC, when beer was discovered, probably by mistake, by the ancient Sumerians. They mistook the grain they were growing and the principle of fermentation was invented.

The connection between beer and baths is officially known from the Middle Ages, when the knowledge of the beneficial effects of bathing in beer was established from the sources. The preventive effects of beer baths and beer baths had already been discovered at this time.


History of
beer and malt production

The history of beer production dates back to the 7th millennium BC, when beer was discovered, somewhat accidentally, by the ancient Sumerians. It was the method of making beer that began in the poor storage of the grain they grew. The grain was stored in earthenware vessels into which water was poured, and thus the principle of fermentation was discovered.

The production process has remained unchanged for centuries - everything starts with the milling of malt and the subsequent brewing of beer. The wort is then cooled and propagated yeast is used, followed by the main fermentation. This semi-finished beer is placed in beer tanks where the beer lies and matures. After the beer has lain and matured, it undergoes flint and microbiological filtration. This is where all beer lovers rejoice, as after these procedures the beer is bottled and shipped.