We are the only company in Moravia and the second in the Czech Republic that holds a license to perform embalming and we have a County sanitary station-approved embalming room.



The body of the deceased undergoes many processes that affect its physical appearance. The last farewell is always psychologically difficult and painful for the bereaved. Saying goodbye at the open coffin is often rejected to the loved ones because of the prejudices like: "We want to remember him as he was", that are no longer relevant. Modern techniques of treatment of the deceased, which include embalming, make it possible to prepare the body of the deceased so that the effect of a "sleeping person" is achieved, which significantly increases the comfort of the last farewell.


Embalming – what can I imagine under it?

Embalming, professionally called thanatopractice, is a specialized procedure that allows to stop the process of decomposition of the body of the deceased person. The deceased can be stored after embalming for a long time in refrigerator, even at room temperature. Thanks to this procedure, bacteria that could pose a threat to the loved ones who want to say goodbye to the deceased through a touch or even a kiss are removed, in addition, the body of the deceased does not emit an unpleasant odor. The goal is to make the body look as good as possible for a long time after death.


Embalming – In what case should you decide to take this action?

There are many factors that can influence the decision whether to proceed to embalming. Embalming is necessary in cases where death has occurred as a result of an accident - then it is often combined with the reconstruction of parts of the body. It is also necessary in case of a serious illness, due to which the body has undergone significant changes compared to those that occurred before the disease. Thanks to this method, the former natural appearance of the deceased can be restored.

Embalming is also recommended when planning a long transportation of a deceased person. Embalming stops postmortem processes and eliminates so-called postmortem spots, bruises and pigment changes. Along with other activities it prepares the deceased for burial, among others with thanatocosmetics, which provide the desired visual effect. This procedure makes the deceased look "as if asleep."