Ville Lehtonen

Viking Healer, Integrated Manual Therapist


Ville Lehtonen CMT, was born and raised in Rusko, Finland. Coming from a deep linage of ancient Scandinavian healer’s, he developed his interest for healing from a young age.

For over a decade Ville has extensively researched and practiced with the best professionals in a wide range of techniques such as Osteopathic Massage, Finnish Myofascia, Cranio Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Myofascia Cupping Technique, Ku NyeSong Khang, Neuromuscular Therapy and Trigger Point Release, Reflexology, Baby Massage and Baby Myofascia Release. He also is a personal trainer and sports director.

In addition of founding the Faskiaco Integrative Wellness Clinic in Finland, he also practices in integrative wellness centers in Hong Kong and Thailand.

Ku Nye Soring Khang - Tibetan Massage                                                                                            

Ku Nye originated from the ancient kingdoms of Tibet over 3900 years ago and is a practice indigenous to the Tibetan Medical tradition. Earliest Tibetans practiced Ku Nye through the diagnosis and application of specific infused oil or substances to treat the person’s imbalance or constitution. Pressure is exerted on different parts and points of the body in order to both prevent disease, and to restore the individual to a state of health and wellbeing.

Visceral Manipulation & Myofascial Cupping Therapy

With this technique Ville uses his hands to move and release fascial restrictions in the abdomen and pelvis and to boost the normal movement and function of your internal organs. In combination with the technique Myofascial Cupping is a soft tissue therapy that encourages the natural healing process by creating a vacuum over the skin using glass cups that pull up underlying tissues, blood, and other fluids close to the surface of the skin.

Cranialsacral Therapy & Osteopathic Mobilizing Massage                   

Cranial sacral therapy is a gentle, non-invasive form of bodywork that releases restrictions in the soft tissue that surrounds the central nervous system. With gentle touch it focuses on the head, spinal column and sacrum. This is followed with an Osteopathic Mobilizing Massage which combines stretching, gentle pressure and resistance.


  • October 1st - October 15th