All of Malaysia’s cultures are integrated by Urutan Malaysia and it portrays the soul and essence of the Malaysian spirit very accurately. Urutan Malaysia was created by Malaysian professionals coming from various ethnic backgrounds. It emphasizes the greatest rituals, healing techniques, treatment, setting, music and recipes.

  • Ritual
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Malay Massage
  • Indigenous Massage
  • Chinese Massage
D'Manja Traditional Malay Massage

Massage Techniques

a) Ritual

i) Malaysian Herbal Foot Soak

Objective

Soaking the feet on a regular basis promotes wellness and health. The elements are absorbed by the skin and they travel to the target point via energy channels.

Method

With Urutual Malaysia, infusion of aromatic water is combined with the practice of foot soaking.

ii) Qi Gong Breathing

Objective

To return to a way of breathing that harmonizes with nature.

Method

Inhale through your nose, smoothly and deeply, by protruding your belly, and exhale through your mouth while are you are drawing your belly towards your spine. Don’t ever hold your breath.

b) Indian Head Massage

Objective

The art of Talei Piditel, or Indian Head Massage, is a kind of relaxation and healing that is used widely for easing daily stress and tension.

Method

Indian parents massage the hair of their children with oils in order to calm their nervous systems down.

c) Malay Massage

Objective

Clearing blockages in your “urat” that “angin” (wind) causes, and therefore stimulate blood and lymphatic flow within your body.

Method

This deep tissue massage focuses on “urat,” which is the lymph and blood network. The method involves long kneading strokes that use thumb or palm pressure that continuously slide in one direction with strokes to the heart to invigorate or “buka urat.” That will help with increasing blood flow in the same direction, encourage agility and mobility, have a calming effect and help with waste product dispersal.

d) Indigenous Massage

Objective

This form of deep tissue massage uses “inan” (thumb) pressure to different pressure points within the body. Indigenous communities practice this daily ritual to restore and rejuvenate flexibility and mobility for warriors, seafarers, farmers and paddy planters.

Method

Emphasis on manipulating the deep and superficial layers of muscles that are on both sides of the gluteus and spine.

e) Chinese Massage (Reflexology)

Objective

Reflexology, through applying pressure, improves circulation, relieves tension and helps with promoting natural function in related body parts.

Method

Reflexology incorporates foot, palm and ear massages and believes the ears, hands and feet have reflexes that correspond to all of the body’s organs, glands and parts.