The Metamorphic Massage, created by the British Robert St John in 1960, works in depth on a structure of time: that of the gestation period.

The metamorphic principle is to reconnect the individual to his prenatal period, through a massage on the feet, hands and head, at the places of correspondence of the reflex points of the spine. He thus finds the life force essential to the work during gestation; energy blockages can be lifted and the potential for self-healing updated. The originality of this approach is that the practitioner does not have a directive attitude towards the patient, nor the energy; it is neutral. The practitioner is only a catalyst for the vital energy of the individual. 

By reconnecting with our prenatal period and working physically and subtly plans, the Metamorphic massage aims to "cleanse" us of our old memories, of our history, of what has shaped our personality and has blocked us to the point of sometimes become sick. Everyone, from children with sleep disorders to seniors to those who suffer from chronic pain or heartache can benefit from this special massage. 

The massage itself is composed of light touch on the feet, hands and head. The movements of the therapist are very gentle and can sometimes be oriented in the subtle planes.