Hotel union spa - geiranger - unesco world heritage site natur

Hotel union spa - geiranger - unesco world heritage site natur

Masseurs help clients with pain, stress and physical ailments by massaging and kneading muscles and soft tissues, in order to help their clients relax their bodies. Masseurs will also advise clients on relaxation techniques to help prevent muscle problems and relieve stress. Masseurs study a client's physical history and prepare and apply oils to the client's skin in order to improve the massage experience.Education Required

Training and certification are required if you want to have a career as a masseur. Training programs are available at some technical schools and many community colleges. Certification programs take about one year to complete. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,, you need to pass either the National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork or National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage to become certified and practice.

Skills Required

A masseur must understand how the body's muscles interact with one another and know how to treat specific body parts. A masseur works on a one-on-one basis with clients, so interpersonal skills and professionalism are essential. Many masseurs are self-employed and need to understand money management and have business skills.

Hotel Union Spa has 6 - 12 persons working full time. The spa is at an international level. 1500 sqm with both relaxe areas, treatmentsrooms (7), wet area (2 treatments) and own reception, lockers rooms and consulting area. Find us in Youtube "Hotel Union Spa"

We may hire for the fall with winter break and start up mid winter 2020.
Mer info
Kontaktperson Jenny Muren Knivsflå
Telefon +4770268300
Område Møre og Romsdal
Yrkesroll Hälsa & Sjukvård
Typ av anställning Heltid
Sista ansökningsdag 23 okt 2019 (37 dagar kvar)

Om arbetsgivaren

Julie and Karl Mjelva bought Hotel Union Geiranger in 1899. The industrious family also established a car factory, a power plant and a cooker factory in the area. Hotel Union has been extended and restored a number of times.

What was left of the old wooden hotel was demolished in 1979. The hotel has since been extended to include a modern course and conference department, swimming pools, a new top floor with 13 suites, a vintage car exhibition, a nightclub, a spa section and new activities on offer both indoors and outdoors.

The great Union atmosphere, of quality and service across generations, continues with hosts Monja and SindreMjelva. They are the fourth generation of hotel hosts.

A few quick facts

197 rooms

17 of which are suites

À la carte restaurant

Buffet restaurant

Bar and nightclub

Free wireless internet

Congress/conference and event department

Spa: large, professional spa section

Indoor and outdoor pools

Separate children's pool


Gift shop

Vintage car museum

Variety of indoor and outdoor activities

UNESCO World Heritage area

Charging station for electric cars


- Restaurant Fjorden - breakfast & evening dinner buffet

- Restaurant Julie - a la carte

- Salong bar - small courses

- CafeLøsta - small courses

- Union Bad & Garden - small courses

- Union Spa - continental breakfast and small courses

- Raudebuda - ice cream shop and coffee and sandwiches

- Mollaløa - old barn - team menus and BBQ

Geirangerfjord and Geiranger

- UNESCO Nature World Heritage site

- Most famous fjord in the world

- 950 000 tourists visit every year

- small village in Winter ....small town in summer

- Hotel Union Geiranger...4 star+ hotel. Family owned and managed since 1891.

- Lodging by hotel provided by request

- Nearest airport - Aalesund Airport Vigra2h from Geiranger. 45 min flight to Oslo. 1,5 h flight to Denmark direct. 2,5 h flight Amsterdam direct.

- Nearest train station - Aandalsnes or Otta train station approx 2 h from Geiranger

- By bus or car from Oslo approx 6 - 8 hours.