At Balima Day Spa, we provide a wholesome Indonesian therapeutic and relaxing experience with our traditional Balinese massage options. We bring you the traditional spa culture of Bali with several relaxing and rejuvenating treatments.

There are a number of different Indonesian massage techniques, and all our massage therapies are based on tradition. These techniques provide a soothing experience. Indonesian massages use a combination of several methods:

  • Soothing massage strokes
  • Gentle stretches
  • Acupressure
  • Reflexology
  • Aromatherapy
  • Kneading
  • Pressure point stimulation
  • Muscle manipulation

There are various benefits of such massage techniques that stimulate your muscles differently:

  • Improved joint mobility
  • Soothes stressed muscles
  • Better blood circulation
  • Improved flexibility
  • Better range of motion
  • Helps elongate muscles
  • Improves posture

Combined with the use of natural ingredients, aromatic creams, and essential oils, Indonesian massage therapies can bring in the sense of calm, well-being, and complete relaxation and rejuvenation. These techniques stimulate the body's natural lubricants which is very important for flexibility and mobility.

Balima Day Spa offers many different therapeutic massage options that will leave you completely relaxed and fresh. Every massage is different and focuses on various techniques. There are soothing massage options that focus more on soothing strokes, while there are options that are more about muscle manipulation or acupressure etc. Visit our website to know more about our different treatments.

Also, you can now book a time slot directly online!

 

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