The pressures of daily work life can take a toll on your health through stress related problems.

Pampering yourself once in a while often helps to relieve some of the stress.

What better way than a quick visit to a spa and a good soothing massage. At Balima Day Spa we understand the demands of hectic schedules and hence have treatments tailored to such fast paced lifestyles.

These spa treatments are quick 30 mins sessions to pamper yourselves to leave you relaxed and rejuvenated. The treatments are perfect for others too who would simply like to enjoy a quick relaxing and soothing spa session.

Here are our few massage options:
The Executive
This is a rejuvenating massage of the head, shoulders, neck & face. The Executive spa treatment is an ideal remedy for clearing the mind, boosting concentration and reducing tension in vital areas.
Foot Pamper 
Surely nothing can be more soothing than a good foot massage. This indulgent scrub and relaxing massage of the feet, ankles & calves will give you a chance to show gratitude to the most over-used yet neglected area of the body.
Deep Back Rub
Release of meridian lines in the back, shoulders, arms & hands. This massage focuses on realigning deep layers of muscle and connective tissue with uplifting & energising effects.
 

In addition to these we have many other treatments gathered from the world of the Bali Spa Culture.

Visit our list of massages to browse what is best suited to your own requirements.

 

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