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I only provide massages by appointment.

My practice requires both physical and mental preparation, which cannot be done on the spot. Therefore, I advise you to make an appointment a few days in advance: my schedule is often busy!

In a society where urgency and last-minute decisions weaken both body and mind, consider massage as an opportunity to schedule your appointment with well-being!

I work from 11:00 AM to 8:30 PM, Monday to Friday.

For appointments that start at 8:30 PM or later, or extend beyond 9:00 PM if booked earlier, I apply a special rate. This also applies to weekend appointments and same-day bookings. My rates can be viewed on the “Prices & Services” page of this site.

I limit myself to three clients per day to ensure the highest quality of service.

I do not take calls between 9:00 PM and 8:00 AM, nor do I answer calls from private numbers.

However, I will call you back if you leave me a voicemail or a text message. My mobile phone is kept away and on silent mode most of the day to avoid disrupting my practice. Therefore, I don’t answer often, but there is no need to worry.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be made no later than the day before the appointment. The session fee is due for cancellations made on the same day, especially last-minute cancellations.


Practical Information

I receive you in Paris, at rue Tholozé, in the beautiful neighborhood of Abbesses on the Butte Montmartre.
(Nearest metro stations: Abbesses on line 12 or Blanche on line 2)

The rue Tholozé is one of the roads leading to the top of the Butte. It is crowned by the Blute-fin, one of the two windmills of the Galette, immortalized by Van Gogh, Renoir, and many other painters. At its summit, you can enjoy a charming view of the golden dome of Les Invalides.

However, don’t worry about having to climb the entire Butte to find your way to my place: from the Abbesses station, the path is mostly flat, unlike from the Blanche station!