Friday, May 14, 2010
Spa Pampering While Still Wearing Pampers at Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa, Bali
Life can be stressful for your child - being packed off to school everyday then having to do homework at night; being told to eat their vegetables instead of ice cream; having to wear that sweater that grandma bought but they hate, not being able to go to the playground when they want too. All these rules and regulations can sometimes bring your child to breaking point; but parents and kids alike don’t despair help is now here.
Anantara Spa Seminyak, Bali has come to the rescue for stressed out kids everywhere with their latest spa menu offering a range of massages and treatments designed for little angels under twelve years old.
The Kids Spa Menu offers a range of massage and beauty services and they’re never too young to be pampered. The resort offers a baby massage for the under two years old which is designed to stimulate body metabolism and strengthen those growing muscles. A baby massage also helps babies sleep more soundly. The twenty minute massage uses olive oil to smooth the skin and relax the body.
For children aged between 2 -12 a chocolate massage is offered starting with a footbath ritual followed by a thirty minute massage using chocolate massage oil. This fun and revitalizing massage for toddlers helps to release tiredness and tension for little active children who have been by the resort pool all day.
After a body massage a beautiful manicure and pedicure awaits your little princess followed by a relaxing hand and foot massage using fresh strawberries - flower and nail art is also available. The metrosexual little guys don’t miss out either, a precision manicure and pedicure is also available followed by a hand and foot massage using chocolate butter.
So next time your children seem a little stressed out book them in for a Kids Spa available now at Anantara Spa, Seminyak Bali. For more information please call +62 361 737773 or log onto www.anantara.com
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