Beji Ayu Spa
Ubud’s most sacred healing sanctuary
A warm oil massage that helps to improve circulation, relaxing muscle and nerve fibres of the whole body. Beginning with the face and scalp, we prepare for the treatment called ”lelata dhara” – a warm herbal oil rhythmically dripped onto the forehead (lelata) for mental relaxation and clarity. Then we begin a warm herbal oil massage of rhythmic light strokes with movement toward the lymphatic drainage for detoxification. This massage balances and restores vital energy flow and deeply relaxes the nervous system.
This traditional healing and relaxing massage has been handed down through generations. The technique of long strokes, completed with feet acupressure points, renews and strengthens the body. The oil that we use is rich with traditional herbs and spices to ensure your massage with us will be truly revitalizing, peaceful and luxurious.
This specialized foot and hand massage assists in relief of stress and tension. This technique is based on the premise that the body contains energy or ” Chi” that constantly flows through channels or zones. These channels unite to form the reflex points on the feet and hands ( and which are related to the nervous system). It is believed to restore blood circulation and nerve supply to its natural state of equilibrium.
This is a centuries old recipe from the village using spice and roots ( clove, ginger, and galagal roots ) that we more readily associate with curry. it’s exfoliating ingredients soften the skin. The Boreh includes massage of the face, neck, and scalp. Then we nourish your skin with grained cucumber, and continue with a traditional shower or ylang – ylang essential oil. We finish with using refreshing body lotion to rejuvenate your skin.
(Traditionally this treatment was prepared to warm the body in the first signs of the windy weather. When I was a child, my family always used the Boreh when we got a cold, fever, headache, arthritis or chill. Because doctors were not available at that time, the whole Balinese family used the Boreh as a curative and preventative treatment).
Note : ( the Boreh is not recommended for pregnant women as the penetrative ingredients direct the heat away from the womb to the body’s extremities ).
Blends of earth-clay, essential oils and flowers to purify by process of absorption draw impurities from the pores of the skin. The treatment includes a massage for face, neck and scalp.
Earth minerals help the body naturally cleanse and nourish the skin. The clay is volcanic mountain earth blended with ylang-ylang flower water. Your body is wrapped in banana leaves and you finish with a warming shower and flower lotion.
Begin with a deep conditioning scalp massage using candlenut to thicken and shine hair. To allow for deep penetration of the oil the hair is gently and traditionally steamed. Then enjoy a neck and shoulder massage to enhance relaxation. Finish with a deep cleansing sham poo with natural hibiscus leaf extract secret known by Balinese women to soften the hair.
This treatment is a special tradition of the people of java. Begin with a stimulating shampoo. then a conditioning scalp massage with your choice of avocado, aloe vera, seaweed or ginseng moisturizing hair crème. Warm steam is then applied to the hair and scalp while the neck and shoulders are massaged to reduce tension.
This is the secret known by Balinese woman for lustrous and healthy hair. We use pure coconut oil (traditional home – made oil) believed to strengthen, thicken, and darken the hair. This oil is infused with pandanus leaf, fenugreek seeds, sandalwood and cinnamon used to stimulate blood circulation. The oil is massaged into the hair and scalp. A Balinese massage for the neck and shoulder enhances relaxation. The oil may be left on the hair three to four hours for deep conditioning before washing.
The holistic facial is based upon balancing the elements of earth, air, fire and water with in the body. This refreshing facial is suitable for all skin types and uses essences of mountain botanical healing clay of flowers and fruit extract.
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