To be able to exercise, it is important to prevent and treat your body – treat yourself with massage.


Massage can be given for therapeutic, preventive and relaxing purposes. The methods have been developed in close collaboration with doctors, physiologists and physiotherapists. Massage can help you who have problems with overload on muscles and pain in the back, shoulders or arms and acute muscle problems.

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Our Massage


  • Makes tense muscles soft and elastic
  • Increases blood circulation and strengthens the immune system
  • Counteracts stress
  • Good effect on exercise pain
  • Prevents scarring after damage to muscle tissue



Because current situation with Covid-19, we ask you to cancel in time if you feel cold symptoms. If you are healthy, you are welcome to book, our masseurs work as usual!

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Member benefits

As a member you get 15 % discount on massage. The discount will appear when you have made your booking and are logged in on the web site or in the app.

Our masseurs

Contact information to Gerdahallen’s masseurs

Per Bankemo

Massage therapist

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I am a certified massage therapist by the Swedish Massage Industry Council. I perform classical Swedish massage for both therapeutic purposes (e.g., for muscle knots or sciatica issues) and relaxation (e.g., for exam stress relief). After a brief examination, we will jointly determine which treatment is best suited for you. I often combine massage with neuromuscular treatment techniques like PNF and PRT (Positional Relaxation Technique). I switched to a career as a massage therapist in 2008 because I wanted to work in helping people and making them happy. Welcome!

Available appointment times:
Tuesday: 7:15 AM – 2:00 PM
Wednesday: 2:00 PM – 8:45 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 2:45 PM

Anna Jeppsson

Massage therapist

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Anna is a medical massage therapist certified at Axelson’s Institute. She has in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, sports medicine and injury theory, as well as recovery. She performs therapeutic massage based on symptoms and how internal structures are connected, and how the body performs as a whole, in everyday life and during training. The techniques include elements of classic massage, myofascial treatment, trigger point treatment and joint treatments such as PRT and stretchers.