Chocolate Massage Package
Rich, lush chocolate oil, warmed on your body, in the most decadent of massages. Three day minimum notice of booking for therapist. Minimum 3 hour booking, please give us five days notice.
A full list of chocolate massage packages and pricing, click here. All chocolate massages include massage of your choice with chocolate infused oils, chocolate facial and a chocolate body scrub and receive a gift box of chocolate spa products. Call 0438 567 906 now to book or for more information.
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Where we found the Chocolate Massage : Barcelona
“I was wandering down near the crazy Gaudi church in Barcelona when I came across a small day spa, tucked in a small alley.
Feeling spoiled by lots of great Spanish food, beautiful architecture and some retail therapy, I thought the perfect way to finish the day would be a massage.
The owner didn’t speak English and I don’t speak Spanish, but I saw a word on the menu that is universally recognised by women… chocolate.
So what followed was two hours of bliss, being massaged with warmed chocolate oil from head to foot. Just divine, wrapped in the scent of rich chocolate and my muscles melting under the therapists hands.
At the end I was craving a sugar fix and headed to a nearby restaurant for some churros and thick, lush, drizzly chocolate. Pure decadence.” – Ali
Chocolate Massage Media
We made some journalists really happy with our chocolate massage
Chocolate Massage Benefits
Chocolate is fantastic for both your health and for your skin!
It has lots of potassium zinc, magnesium and iron. Magnesium is one of the elements most importantly to muscles and is the one vitamin that I recommend to all my clients to take. Low amounts of magnesium are thought to be the reason why premenstrual women love chocolate.
Chocolate also lowers cholesterol levels and the Vitamin E and B in chocolate are thought to reduce stress levels.
Chocolate enhances mood with the phenylethylamine in the cacao bean raising serotonin (the feel good hormone) levels. This hormone has also been shown to reduce depression, hunger and increase your sex drive. It also stimulates endorphins, another feel good hormone.
Chocolate also has a relaxing effect on blood vessels and allows for better blood circulation. The favanoids in chocolate are anti oxidants and act as a blood thinner. It also stimulates insulin production.
Chocolate also nourishes skin from the outside as well as internally. At Ripple we include a chocolate facial, chocolate scrub as well as chocolate oil in your massage package.
Chocolate massage couples all the benefits of using chocolate on the skin with other health benefits of massage, such as relaxation, increased blood flow, stimulation of the lymphatic system and digestive system. Using both together increases the effectiveness of the massage, as well as being a luxurious experience.
Chocolate In Your Beauty Routine
- Chocolate face scrub
- Chocolate massage oils
- Cocoa scented moisturiser
- Chocolate face mask
- Chocolate hair masque
- Chocolate lip scrub
I have found a great way to use chocolate in a face mask that you can make at home.
Chocolate Face Mask
- Melted dark chocolate
- Full cream milk or cream
Mix all together in a blender and if you can resist drinking it, put it on your face for 15mins and then remove with a warm wet towel.
Chocolate Massage Recipes
Super Easy Chocolate Cake
- 120g unsalted butter, chopped
- 220g brown sugar
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup sour cream, at room temperature
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups plain flour
- 3/4 cup cocoa
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 200g dark chocolate
- 300ml thickened cream
What to do
- To make chocolate ganache, place chocolate in a large heatproof bowl. Put cream in a pan and warm. Pour cream over chocolate and stir until melted and mixed well. Divide ganache between 2 bowls. Cover with wrap. Refrigerate one bowl. Keep second bowl at room temperature.
- Preheat oven to 160°C. To make cake, grease pans. Place butter and sugar in a saucepan. Cook, over medium heat for 3 minutes or until sugar dissolves and butter is melted, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and whisk in eggs, sour cream and vanilla. Sift flour with cocoa, baking powder and bicarbonate of soda, add, then whisk until smooth. Divide batter between pans.
- Bake, swapping pans halfway, for 35 minutes or until a skewer inserted into centres comes out clean. Cool cakes in pans for 5 minutes. Turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely.
- Remove chocolate ganache from fridge, stir until smooth, then spread over top of one cake. Top with second cake. Pour over room temperature ganache to serve.