WHERE THE CABIN CREW GO

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Escape - - DESTINATION | BALI -

Ever won­dered how cabin crew al­ways man­age to look so fresh-faced and pol­ished, de­spite the rigours of fre­quent jet­set­ting?

Nu­mer­ous lay­overs at Body­works is just the ticket, ac­cord­ing to Jet­star Bali reg­u­lar, Jo Cowan.

Soothe the air­plane aches and be kneaded, scrubbed and beau­ti­fied to within an inch of your life at Body­works, be­fore hit­ting the nearby shops on Seminyak’s hippest drag, Jalan Petitenget.

For lit­tle more than $20, you can have a deep cleans­ing sea­weed fa­cial to re­move the stress­ful signs of of­fice life, while the Aloe Vera fa­cial is the per­fect post-sun way to end the trip.

Jo swears by the mas­sages, which range from shi­atsu to Thai, ten­sion re­lease (isn’t that a given?), hot stone and preg­nancy, and the ul­ti­mate in re­lax­ation – a two-ther­a­pist treat­ment to send your wor­ries to obliv­ion.

“It’s a fan­tas­tic place to get a mas­sage at a good price,” says Jo.

But it’s not just se­cret women’s busi­ness here.

The wel­come mat is thrown out to the boys with spe­cially tai­lored pol­ish-free pedi­cures. body­works­bali.com

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