-they have brochures printed up in Japanese and Russian (both frequent vacationers here!) and English.
music played in the background. Looking up (if one could get up the energy to open their eyes) was a beautiful thatched roof, and looking down was a bowl filled with fresh frangipani flowers under the face cradle. After the massage with ginger-and-coconut oil, a blend of coconut, rice protein, and essential oils was applied as an exfoliant, and to conclude, a shower in the room. The lulur-exfoliant-had a stimulating and cooling effect, and left me relaxed but energized. What a rough way to learn about bodywork.
children. I have slides of children I have worked with from Mexico, Ecuador, Oregon and Alaska, as great examples of how massage can help them.”
I was fortunate today to visit a botanical garden on Bali which grows some of our best bodywork herbs-the first 10 feet featured ginseng,vanilla, ginger, tumeric and cardamon plants, and later I saw a cinnamon tree, a cacao tree, a white pepper tree and chiles. Samples of coffee, ginger tea, hot chocolate, lemongrass tea and ginseng tea were fun to try. If only we could grow these in Oregon!