The haki method is a holistic and bespoke concept for ‘busy’ people of today. The treatment itself is unique in its form and is carried out by specially trained therapists. This multi award-winning treatment method concentrates on the shoulder, neck and head area, alleviating pressure in these areas and reinvigorating your body, putting it in the right mood. Three exercises, which a guest can do themselves, support sustainability, so this healthy feeling can last long after the treatment. Whether in the water or on the massage couch, this is a unique treatment, which provides you with the highest quality and long-lasting results
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01st - 03rd November 2016
29th November - 01st December 2016
29th - 31st December 2016
Harald Kitz comes from Carinthia. His long-standing experience as a therapist and special talents as a musician form the basis for his haki treatment concept.
Key milestones in his development as a therapist include:The Dr. Vodder School for complex physical therapyHis work as a therapist in MadridHis many years of working at the 'Privatklinik Althofen' hospital in Carinthia, in particular under the guidance of orthopaedist Dr. Henry PuffCollaboration with jaw and dental specialist Dr. Ruzena SchwarzNumerous international internship and study trips, in particular to AsiaThe recognition of combining vibrations and rhythm with massage techniques.
He is now taking his haki method out into the world to offer his effective and soothing treatments to as many stressed people as possible. He has strong roots in his homeland and places great importance on his exclusive work as a therapist at the Hochschober. Here, his keen instincts are applied and developed each and every day. Working in close contact with guests and therapist colleagues, he is able to identify at an early stage the direction in which the needs of our 'stressed humanity' are heading.
haki® stretch & relax
Well-being starts with your head. This treatment concentrates specifically on the shoulder, neck and head area. You are consciously moved with specific pulls, pressure and stretching. In part your feet are also worked on to give your body the best possible grounding. The harmony which is achieved in your nervous system and in your muscles brings about equilibrium and regeneration.
haki sacral is targeted at alleviating tension in the back, between the lumbar column and buttocks. The special effect is successful, among other reasons, thanks to its gentle pressure, stretching and vibrations, which relaxes and harmonises the nerves in the lumbar region, sacral bone and buttock areas. Your muscles relax and your body’s powers of self-healing are activated.
haki purna is a full body treatment, in which specially trained therapists bring you back into balance from the soles of your feet to your head using haki movements. The busy person of today, who is desk-bound or whose muscles shorten on account of endurance sports or the demands of a physical job, will feel stretched and energised by this treatment.
A unique haki treatment in the water. Anything which is done on the massage bed, can also be done in 36 degree brine water. With the support of elastic straps your body is stretched and relaxed. You achieve an Alpha status and lie contented in the water, as if you were on a hammock. In this instance a therapist can see to any tensions you are carrying in the best way possible. This is also particularly good for women during or post pregnancy or for people who have physical movement restrictions. For those of you who love the water, haki flow is just the ticket to completely let go of any strain.
haki® water and earth
Two elements, water and earth, are combined during this treatment. A top-class therapist accompanies you and in keeping with haki teachings, they ensure your body and its needs are looked after. The programme takes place in the water and in the treatment room. This achieves an immediate, long-lasting result.
If you have any additional queries or to book an appointment, please contact our well-being team +43 (0) 5358 2000 -950 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org