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Fasciatherapy is a manual therapy suitable for all ages that treats fascia. It is addressed to the person as a whole (body/psyche unity). Its purpose is to improve the patient's quality of life through its preventive and educational action. It is also intended for athletes in order to strengthen the capacity for recovery and to anticipate drops in tone.

Fasciatherapy offers support to 

  • ​ Relieve chronic pain and muscle tension in pathologies such as osteoarthritis, lumbago (back pain), rheumatic diseases, fibromyalgia but also in the context of acute pathologies such as lumbago, torticollis or neuropathy

  • Have tools to maintain and regain a balance of health

  • Harmonize postural tone

Associated with physiotherapy or occupational therapy, fasciatherapy will contribute to the progress of each  convalescence and to the improvement of the comfort of life

The Fasciatherapist

identifies areas of blockages, tensions and imbalances within the facial system. Then the therapist will apply pressure and slow and deep stretching by manual mobilizations on the whole body. The goal is to restore the fascia's flexibility and adaptability, while providing the patient with a beneficial sensation and new vitality.

  The hand listening to the fabric

Poor fascia health can cause  various symptoms throughout the body: 

  • Decreased range of motion

  • A hindered movement

  • Scar adhesions

  • The appearance  of pain​

  • A proprioceptive deficit

  • tiredness


are a fibro-elastic membrane covering all the anatomical structures. They absorb physical and psychological micro-traumas. The poor health of a fascia results in a loss of its adaptability, sliding and elasticity; stiffens and loses mobility


Fasciatherapy is suitable for all ages. It is indicated in particular for individuals suffering from chronic or acute pain. It is also intended for athletes in order to strengthen the capacity for recovery and anticipate drops in tone. 

The main reasons why a person
call a fasciatherapist

Management of chronic or acute pain: rheumatism, osteoarthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, sciatica, tension headache, migraine, joint/muscle pain

Accompaniment of the athlete in order to prevent injuries, to anticipate exhaustion and overwork

irritable bowel syndrome

Support during oncology treatment (chemotherapy, radiotherapy)

Regular monitoring of comfort and

well-being (stress)


Phlebitis,  thrombosis and psychiatric diseases 

"I approach the patient with a curative, educational and relational approach"

The session lasts an average of 60 minutes. During the first visit, the practitioner takes a history to assess the patient's symptoms. This last person is then treated on a table in his/her underwear, but can remain dressed if he/she wishes. 

One hour session / CHF 140

Payment only in cash or by TWINT.  

In case of cancellation less than 24 hours before the session, the entire amount is due. 

Rue de Couvaloup 24 - 1110 Morges
2nd Floor
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Suzanne Maibach

Certified fasciatherapist

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ASCA member recognized by most funds in the context of complementary insurance. We invite you to contact your health insurance fund to make sure.

Possibility to take out a subscription for a preferential rate

Sessions are not transferable from person to person.

The subscription is paid in full during the first session

4 sessions per year


CHF 540

CHF 1'650

12 sessions per year (1x/month)

On demand

1 session   per week during a specific period (post-operative)

To find out more about fasciatherapy and fascias:
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