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Traditional BodyWork

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Indonesian Signature Therapies

Java is the center of Indonesian culture and the most populous island on earth.


Traditional Javanese Massage is a system of massage is a system of massage that uses all parts of the hand,to knead and massage the muscles. This massage works on the muscles and nerves to relieve tension, back pain and aid in healing. It relieves upon deep thumb pressures pushing, pressing and circling along and around the body's energy channel to break down tensely knotted muscles and to stimulate the body's lymphatic system into releasing its self regenerative power.

Choices of pressure massage techniques- very light, light to medium, medium to deep pressure, Deep tissue techniques.


Balinese massage is a full-body, relaxation, holistic treatment. Balinese massage uses a combination of gentle stretches, acupressure, reflexology, and aromatherapy to stimulate the flow of blood, oxygen and energy around your body, and bring a sense of wellbeing, calm and deep relaxation.

Balinese massage is a good treatment to choose if you want to experience a variety of massage techniques, need some help to relax, or if you're feeling a bit low. A relaxation massage that will help you feel calm, but it will boost your circulation and target knotted tissue to address physical issues as well.

Pressure- light calming relaxation, medium calming relaxation, light to medium relaxation, deep tissue techniques


This traditional Indonesian tribal technique involves strong pressure and rough treatment to relieve muscle tension and improve blood circulation. It is a unique massage technique…something for those who prefer a more intense treatment.

Fast and hard pressure techniques

Postnatal Massage/Confinement Therapy

New mothers tend to feel physically and mentally tired due to stress of delivery either thru normal delivery or C-section. Massage eases stresses that come from a new mother's rapid transition from a pregnant body to the body after birth. Through post natal massage, the vital energy that is lost during labor is replenished.

Do not overlook the important of massage for recovery after birthing.Even when a birth has gone as smoothly as possible, a woman 's body still need structural realignment and our massage help restore your muscle tone in the abdomen. This Javanese Post Natal Massage techniques of aiding new mothers to regain a svelte figure by reducing water retention, expel wind & increase muscle activity for firming.

The traditional Javanese Post Natal Massage originates from Indonesia in the 17th Century. Using all natural herbs and massage treatment, it generates the wellbeing and strength of new mothers. The skills has been passed down from generation to generation, and due to it's great benefits to women who have just given birth, it is now a popular javanese Post Natal massage treatment in Southeast Asia and around the world. Abdominal binding/bengkong  follows the Javanese  post natal massage. It is traditional method in which a very long cotton cloth wrapped from the pelvis to the stomach area to help reduce water retention and get your pre-baby figure back fast. 90 mins session with Traditional Cloth Wrapping. Can be done 3 days after normal delivery or 14 days after C-section.

  • Detoxify and Removes Blood Clots, ​Improves Blood Circulation, Boost Energy. ​

  • Expel Excess Body Fluids and Water Retention, ​Boosts Lymphatic System.

  • Speeds up Womb Shrinkage/Flattens Tummy, Ease Tension and Stress.

  • Relieve Muscles Tension, Ease Tight Muscles ​, Reduce Anxiety and Depression.

Pre-Natal Massage

Prenatal massage is a massage designed for pregnant ladies after the first trimester of pregnancy, all the way to delivery. The gentle techniques used aids to soothe and combat tension and fatigue experienced during pregnancy.

During stage of pregnancy, a woman's body undergoes extraordinary changes that we makes a woman feel pampered more emotionally grounded.The achievement for prenatal javanese massage are to help minimize stress, promote relaxation and prepare the body for childbirth.

Expectant moms experience unique physical and emotional changes that occur as a result of increased weight, shifting posture, and adjusting hormone levels. While this is a beautiful period of heightened expectation and joy, mothers-to-be also endure heightened physical discomfort that ranges from muscular tension and headaches to pressure on the knees.

Prenatal javanese massage is a natural, touch therapy treatment aimed at alleviating these and other pregnancy related symptoms.

  • Eases backaches, shoulder and neck aches that may be caused increased bodyweight

  • Decreases pain in the pelvic/hip areaIncreases circulationImproves digestion, Reduces fatigue,

  • Improves skin elasticity that can help reduce stretch marks.

  • Helps reduce swelling in such places as hands and lower legs

  • Alleviate the stress on weight-bearing joints, like the knees, which are impacted by bodyweight

  • Promotes relaxation and deep breathing

  • Helps stabilize hormone levels by lessening anxiety

  • Taking time for yourself during pregnancy can be uplifting emotionally.

  • The soothing essence of massage allows pregnant moms to unwind and feel serene, healthy, and comforted during a period of added physical and emotional stress.

  • Pressure-gentle and light touch.

Fertility Massage

Fertility Massage uses traditional Indonesian techniques to focus on massage of the womb area to help prepare the body and mind for the best possible chances for conception and pregnancy. Difficulty conceiving can be stressful, painful, and take a toll on the body, mind, and everything else. This special form of massage can help calm the mind, make you more aware of your body, and help you overall to attain your goal of having a child.


This massage is specially for the outer layer of the skin, using coin or in Chinese techniques called kuasa. Indonesian Balinese tradition dragging a coin/kuasa across their skin to alleviate a cold, flu or “masuk angin” (bad wind), which can manifest in a variety of different symptoms such as weakness, tiredness, or stiff or aching muscles, generally attributed to poor circulation. People living in small villages still commonly practice this technique, called kerokan. The technique can be used on the back, shoulders and stomach.

 After using coin/kuasa the skin is marked with multiple red welts, your immediate reaction might be that they have been whipped.

This technique is per request and incorporated into massage therapies in certain parts in the body ( shoulder,back, stomach.

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