Byron Bay Massage And Day Spa
Some call Byron Bay heaven on earth … And we think they are right.
It’s one of our favourite places to relax, play, and indulge in our passions for shopping, beach and looking after our bodies.
We come to you in your home or your accommodation all the way from the Gold Coast, through Tweed, Coolangatta and Kirra Beach and down through Kingscliff to Byron Bay. Our massage therapists are also happy to come to you in Ballina and Lismore and right through the hinterland areas.
Byron Bay Massage – Day Spa Packages
Byron Bay Massage Styles
Byron Bay Hens Party and Spa Package – Relax and let us do the organising. Unwind with mobile beauty and massage treatments.
Lush Chocolate Massage – Indulgent chocolate massage and chocolate gift box with chocolates, candles, hand made soap. Minimum three hour booking, please give us five days notice.
Hot Stone Massage – Volcanic stones are heated and provide a very relaxing massage
Blokes Massage – One for the men, no girly scents here, just firm deep tissue style massage.
Frangipani Massage – One for the girls, our most popular women’s spa package.
Pregnancy Massage – Make it easy for the Mum to be. Relax at home or in your hotel and let us come to you.
Couples Spa Massage – Two therapists at the same time. Great way to relax on holidays.
Deep Tissue Russian Massage – Deep tissue massage in a unique style to Ripple
Remedial Massage – For those who like their massage really firm and don’t mind a bit of pain with the gain of released knots. Full health fund rebates available.
Massage Byron Bay
When looking for a massage in Byron Bay, there are many things you should consider. For example, what type of benefits
are you looking to get from your massage? Do you prefer the use of scrubs, oils or lotions? And do you have any areas of concern? There are a wide variety of massages on offer in Byron Bay with varying benefits and a range of different luscious ingredients. To help you find the massage that you’re after, here is a short compiled list of 10 great massages in Byron Bay.
- Lu’Lur Scrub Massage
This traditional Balinese style massage translates to “coating the body”. It is a full body massage designed to promote relaxation. To begin, you will be pampered with traditional Balinese body palming which are essentially gentle massage strokes that calm the body and increase circulation. Lu’Lur is then applied to the body and worked into the skin. This is a paste made of ground rice and turmeric infused with jasmine and hibiscus flowers, used to refresh skin and provide extra glow.
- Body Ritual Massage
Inspired by ancient rituals and customs from both eastern and western cultures, the Body Ritual Massage is great for harmonising body and mind. This state of harmony, relaxation and health is achieved using a soothing style of massage strokes and botanical creams full of minerals, vitamins and herbal infusions.
- Wild Thyme and Pumice Massage
This deluxe massage style uses the all-time favourite pumice to invigorate the whole body. The pumice removes dry skin
and dead cells for overall healthier skin. Organic wild thyme is also used in the massage as part of an essential oil blend that improves microcirculation. Finally, aloe Vera is applied to moisturise and hydrate the skin for a soft, smooth finish.
- Firming Massage
This incredible treatment is very unique and is designed to do exactly as the name suggests. It targets the bust, stomach, thighs and arms to restore firmness and elasticity to the skin. The massage treatment begins with an exfoliation of salicylic acid and micro-fine particles. This is followed by a firming serum infusion being massaged into key areas of concern.
This massage is similar to the well-known Hot Stone style of massage. The therapist uses smooth, warm stones as an
extension of their own hands. The heat from the stones loosens the muscles to allow the therapist to work them more deeply, more quickly. This is deeply relaxing and great for the body. What makes the Fusion Stone Massage different is the way that the warm stones and unique massage movements combine to create a relaxing blend for body and mind.
- Native Flora Journey Massage
This massage style is designed to be a restorative journey. The massage begins with a stimulating body brush, followed by a full body massage with oil. The oil is a unique native clay hot oil treatment that is especially therapeutic, and is used with a focus on the lower back to relieve tension in that area. The focus is then shifted to the neck and shoulders to end the massage.
- Four Hands Massage
The four hands massage is very indulgent and as the name suggests, is done by two therapists at one time. Having the extra set of hands massaging the body really forces the body to truly relax and surrender to the experience. It is a firm massage; with double the amount of hand movement meaning that blood circulation is enhanced further. This allows any aches and pains to properly be relieved, and the whole body to be worked intensely.
This amazing scrub utilises the anti-cellulitic properties of both coffee and sea kelp. Coffee and sea kelp naturally are able to assist in increasing cellular metabolism and also cell detoxification, which means that in a scrub they are able to simulate and contour the body to disguise the appearance of cellulite. The massage also incorporates nanah leaves, vanilla, grapefruit and ground pumice to exfoliate and stimulate the senses. Macadamia oil is used at the conclusion of the massage to smooth and moisturise the skin.
- Reiki Massage
Reiki Massage is a traditional Japanese massage style designed to reduce stress and promote relaxation and healing. It does this by not only treating the body, but also mind and spirit. The way that the massage is administered is based on the idea that a life force of energy flows through the body; the therapist’s hands are placed on the body and massage the skin to increase the energy and increase happiness and healthiness. After a Reiki Massage, people have described feeling as if they are glowing from the inside out.
Indian Head Massages originated over a millennium ago in India. Traditionally, it was used as a way to treat hair and keep it in good condition, but as it was found the massage had many other benefits. The massage works through the same healing system of Ayurveda, and uses mild rhythmic movements that target acupressure points. The areas treated in an Indian Head Massage are the upper back, shoulders, upper arms, neck, and head. There are many wonderful benefits to this thoroughly relaxing style of massage, including relief from migraines, insomnia and eye strain, as well as relaxing muscles, stimulating the scalp and reducing symptoms of anxiety.
Byron Bay has a lot of interesting massages to offer that are all relaxing and pampering. However, they are all done with different styles and subsequently have differing benefits. As it is important to choose a massage that is right for you, hopefully you have enjoyed this list of 10 great massages in Byron Bay.
Byron Bay Massage Tips
How to get the most out of your Byron Bay day spa treatment.
- Make sure your room is nice and warm before we come so that you can relax in comfort.
- Have a nice hot shower or spa bath to warm your muscles.
- If you would like to supply your favourite music for during the treatment then please let our therapist know, otherwise we will bring some relaxation music with us.
- Drink some water before and after, and try not to drink alcohol before your treatments. Massage will increase the effect of the alcohol so one glass of wine will soon feel like ten!
- Try to clear your mind and relax.
- Turn off your phone, TV, computer and anything else that might interrupt you before your massage.
- If staying in Byron Bay accommodation, put out the do not disturb sign.
Byron Bay Massage – places we love
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Tips for after you have a Byron Bay massage treatment
- Drink lots of water after your massage to help flush out the toxins
- Don’t get up too quickly after your massage as you may get dizzy from laying down for so long.
- Stretch out your body and help with the flushing process.
- You will most likely feel hungry so eat something light and nutritious to aide in the benefits of the massage.
- Go to the bathroom as this will be the final stages of flushing out those toxins that your muscles released during the massage.
- Try and relax for the rest of the day. You don’t want to undo all the work from the massage.
- If you have had a remedial or deep tissue massage, a bath in Epsom salts can be beneficial to soothe the muscles.