At Balima Day Spa we have created a blissful range of techniques and treatments that are sure to provide you with a complete experience that will calm both your mind and body.
 
If you are considering our invigorating hot-stone massage then you are in for a treat. Our hot stone massage involves the use of heated riverbed stones full of therapeutic properties. This massage is a wonderful alternative to your normal massage routine.
 
Our Batu Panas hot-stone massage is carried out by placing stones on different parts of your body:
 
·         Spine
·         Stomach
·         Chest
·         Face
·         Palms
·         Feet
·         Toes
 
Hot Stone Massage has a number of therapeutic benefits:
 
·         Provides relief from pain associated with fibromyalgia, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and other chronic conditions
·         Helps in releasing toxins from your body
·         Provides relief from pain
·         Relieves muscle spasm and tension 
·         Helps in providing muscle relaxation
·         Improves blood circulation 
·         Calms the body down and promotes better sleep
·         Reduces stress and anxiety 
·         Helps in improving joint mobility, flexibility which in turn improves range of movement
·         Reduces chronic stress and tension
 
As you can see, a hot stone massage has a number of benefits. If you haven’t tried it before, then you should give it a go considering the number of benefits it has.
 
Get in touch with us to know more and to book your appointment. 

 

 

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