Five Therapies At Amber Spa To Help Relieve Your Post Flight Stress
Travelling can be a tedious affair that takes a toll on both mind and body. Longs hours at airports, long lines at immigration and that young, cute kid, who just can’t help but be loud – there’s only so much you can take.
While all our therapies at Amber Spa offer something special, here’s a list of the 5 top therapies we would recommend to ease you into the hotel after a long flight:
Traditional Balinese Massage
Our Balinese massage is one form of traditional Indonesian massages. It combines gentle stretches, acupressure, aromatherapy and classic massage techniques, to give an absolutely serene experience. Scent is an important part of Balinese massage and various Mixes will be used.
Deep Tissue Massage
The Deep-tissue massage is a specific type of massage therapy that concentrates on the deep layers of muscle and fascia in the body and is recommended by many doctors as a treatment option. By using deep finger pressure and slow, firm strokes, this therapy is used to treat a variety of physical ailments.
A couples massage is a wonderfully relaxing, personal experience. A therapy for two, a couples massage is a great way to relax and rejuvenate both you and your loved one. Despite the suggestive name, couples massages aren’t just for couples — friends and family members can also enjoy this invigorating experience together.
Jet Lag Recovery
This therapy is our post flight specialty. Using the essence of mixed oils, with the help of a carefully laid out massage, your internal body clock will be able to adjust to the time zone naturally. As Jet-lag disrupts the body on a major scale, causing fatigue and digestive upsets, memory lapses, nausea, insomnia, swelling, irritability and lethargy, this therapy helps stimulate circulation and general well-being, putting a spring back in your step.
Back Neck and shoulder Massage
Our back and shoulders are very often the parts of the body where we tend to accumulate muscular tension, especially after carry all those bags. Sedentary occupations, postural problems, stress, as well as hard physical work can all contribute to excessive build-up of soreness and pain in this area of the body. This therapy focuses on relieving all your built up stress and tension.