Mandara Spa is launching the new ‘spiritual’ Samarpan massage in Tokyo at Royal Park Shiodome Tower.
Mandara Spa opened its first spa in the cultural centre of Bali, Ubud in 1996. Since then Mandara Spa has continued to grow and expand to now more than 80 spas worldwide.
Samarpan, meaning ‘offering to the gods’, is an exotic massage of Bali. The treatment draws its technique from the ancient massage treatments of the villagers of Bali. The long strokes and the rolling of the skin balance the harmony of mind, body and soul.
Balinese life is immersed in symbolism and offerings. Each day, the Balinese prepare their offerings from ingredients of the land and with the aroma of incense make offerings to their gods, praying for continued peace and harmony.
The ingredients of Samarpan are indigenous of the Balinese offerings.
For the feminine - extra virgin coconut oil is extracted by hand and then infused with essence of frangipani and jasmine. The skin is left fragrant, soft and smooth.
For the masculine - exotic spices of sandalwood and vetiver are blended with organic coconut oil to create warmth and soothe tired muscles.
Samarpan is now available in Japan at Mandara Spa, Royal Park Shiodome Tower.