Treat your friends, family or loved ones to the gift of a great massage!

Balima Day Spa brings the spa culture of Bali to the heart of Geneva, where you can enjoy a blissful range of traditional massage techniques, all the way from the Far East.  There are also a number of other very relaxing and effective options from around the world that we can provide. Indulging in any these amazing therapies once in a while will guarantee an unforgettably sensuous and soothing experience.

If you would like a loved one to benefit from one of our superior massages, why not surprise them with a Balima Spa gift voucher! Valid for up to 6 months, you can purchase them online or contact our reception to find out more.  

To set the scene, here are our different Gift Voucher options to choose from:

Credits: Balima Credits option includes vouchers from 75 CHF to 500 CHF. These can be redeemed on any of the massage therapies.

De-stress Express: This includes massage therapies that last for 30 to 45 mins duration, including the executive massage therapy option.

Massages Du Monde: These vouchers offer the best massage therapies from around the globe, including Thai, Swedish and Californian massages.

Don’t forget, we also have vouchers for the Balima Rituals and House Specials.

In addition, we have our promotional vouchers offering you anything from 5 to 20 hours of therapy sessions. To relax in style, check our Gift Voucher Page for more details.

 

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