As with any massage, one of the main goals of the Balinese massage is a relaxed state of mind.
The Balinese feel that in order to have true relaxation there must be a good flow of blood and oxygen throughout your system. It is believed that when the blood and oxygen are flowing freely then the qi, or energy, will flow freely too.
Although the Balinese massage combines several different techniques it is performed on a massage table, just like any other massage.
Mental relaxation is only one of the goals of the Balinese massage. The massage is also designed to deeply relax tense muscle tissue. This is done by combining standard massage techniques like kneading, stroking, and skin rolling with gentle stretching.
Ideally, the Balinese massage will work every muscle in your body. The massage style employs a variety techniques to do just that, including acupressure movements such as press point and palm pressure, and standard massage techniques like sliding, long exploration, short and kneading. This massage is not a delicate one, you can definitely feel it deep in your muscles.
What to expect with Balinese Massage:
It is this balance of massage, acupressure and reflexology that allows the Balinese massage to bring a release to deeply tense and knotted muscles. The massage works especially well on achy joints and muscle strains. In fact, sports injuries are often treated with a Balinese massage.
Along with eliminating muscle pain, Balinese massage has been reported to ease migraines, sleep and breathing problems. The massage also greatly reduces stress and anxiety. Overall, this massage promotes complete mind and body health.
Benefits of Balinese Massage:
Reducing or eliminating pain
Improving circulationImproving immune system functioning
Reducing depression and anxiety
Increasing body awareness
For your convenience:
The massage table has a heated blade.
A quartz bulb warms you during the massage.
All oils are based on grape seeds in order to prevent allergic reactions.