If you are an athlete, sportsperson, someone who sweats it out at the gym regularly or a dancer, THE ATHLETE, our new massage therapy, is for you. A restorative therapy that will soothe your tired muscles like no other. It focuses on the glutes, thighs, calves, and feet and is the ideal treatment for muscle recovery post-ski, cycling, running, and sports training.
We also have one for the mums to be, the ‘MOTHER-TO-BE’. A perfect way of soothing tired muscles while you wait for your little one's arrival. A relaxing massage therapy that will comfort expectant mothers in the 2nd & 3rd trimester. It focused on the overworked muscles in the neck, shoulders, back & legs. This would also make a great and much appreciated gift!
We also have the JIWA UTAMA, which is an innovative energy therapy that helps promote postural correction and muscular realignment.
And DEWI CINTA, a luxurious full-body massage that combines aromatherapy, exfoliation & cellulite smoother techniques. This treatment is meant for the ladies only and will leave you with an afterglow unlike anything else.
Apart from our very traditional Balinese massage techniques, we also provide massage therapies that are famous around the globe. Check out our massage section to have a look at the options.
How Often Should You Get a Full Body Massage?
One of the most common questions that we get at Balima is how often should one get a massage? Well, this depends on your body, your health and your lifestyle. To determine the frequency of your massages you should also consider your physical needs, pain, emotional needs and personal circumstances.
Soothe your Muscle Knots with a Deep Tissue Massage: Balima Spa in Geneva
Muscle knots, or myofascial trigger points, are quite a common phenomenon. These knots are small bumps of muscle that may appear anywhere on the body and are usually a result of muscles being irritated because of a certain repetitive motion. Athletes often have muscle knots if they train a single muscle group for a long time. As well as from workouts, a muscle knot might also be the result of sitting in an awkward position for an extended period of time, especially when you’ve not had the chance to move or take a break. It is common for tension, stress, injury or poor posture to lead to the formation of knots.