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At MilaSpa, the experienced massage therapists incorporate ancient techniques from all over the globe to help their clients unwind. They tend to tension and pain with the standard spa offerings of deep-tissue, hot-stone, and Swedish massage, but branch out to less common services, too, such as the ancient Chinese arts of cupping and Guasha. They use Guasha, a 2,000-year-old technique, to relieve pain from muscle, nerve, and joint disorders, as it promotes blood circulation and breaks up fibrotic scar tissue and adhesions. During the Fijan scalp massage, they gently massage warm coconut and kukui oil into the head, neck, and face to relieve tension and boost hair growth. And for those suffering deep, chronic pain, they turn to Balinese warm bamboo massage, which incorporates warm bamboo canes to apply firmer, more broad pressure to knots and aching muscles.
Although massage is their bread and butter, their menu extends to include an organic European facial, waxing services, and body wraps, which further enhance relaxation sessions.