Balinese style massage
Like many aspects of Balinese culture, Balinese massage is a fusion of traditions. In this case it’s the Ayurvedic practices brought by Indian traders combined with the Buddhist theories of Chinese traders and the opulent traditions of the Javanese courts. This has produced a massage which combines pressure and long strokes on the back, legs and feet with gentler massage of the hands, arms and face, delivered primarily by the therapist’s fingers and thumbs. The result is a massage that can be both energising and relaxing at the same time.
Hawaiian style Massage
Hawaiian massage is based on the Lomi lomi massage traditions of ancient Polynesia. It involves long, rhythmic strokes delivered primarily by the therapist’s forearms and occasionally elbows. This deep yet gentle massage is designed to unblock energy channels and relax the whole body.
Facial rejuvenation/natural lift facial massage
This massage combines Japanese and Indian facial massage techniques and incorporates acupressure and facial reflexology. We often hold stress in our faces, whether it's a clenched jaw or a furrowed brow. Massage not only relaxes the face but it can stimulate the nervous system and improve the flow of blood to the muscles. This combination of benefits can reduce fine lines and sagging skin, making you look and feel younger.