Couples day spa and massage have risen in popularity in recent years with increasing bookings from people wanting to enjoy this unique experience together.

Skincare, personal grooming and relaxation is now an established part of the daily routine for both genders, couples spas combine all of this into a sharable day away from the hustle and bustle of day to day lives. A popular gift choice, spending quality time is therapeutic and more relaxing than a dinner date or a movie.

At Balima Day Spa, we have couples spa therapies that ensure you spend some quality time together while pampering yourselves to the fullest. We bring to you the Bali Spa Culture to enrich your senses and leave you with glowing and smooth skin, feeling completely relaxed and rejuvenated.

Our Balima Berdua (duo) Treatment is tailor-made therapy for couples. You and your partner can indulge in this ‘Escape for Two’ for a rejuvenating and relaxing experience. The session begins with a relaxing foot ritual massage, which lasts for 20 minutes — then followed by our signature Bali Santai massage for 70 minutes. Our Bali Santai massage is a distinct combination of acupressure, kneading, and rhythmic movements. The use of aromatherapy oil is an absolute treat and will allow your senses to radiate & reminisce.

Our spa therapy for two is the perfect way to share time with your loved one. Visit us or browse our spa website to know more. You can book online, get in touch with us on (+41) 22 731 78 61 or write to us at relax@balimaspa.com for more information.

 

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