Creole + bamboo + massage….sounds interesting, doesn’t it?
Creole massage uses two bamboo sticks that are approximately 13-15 inches long and 1 inch in diameter. One stick is hollow, but the other one is filled with grains to create sound. The therapist taps your body with these sticks in the rhythm of 120-140 bpm for approximately 15 minutes. This technique is called tapotement.
Creole massage can be used to ease mental and physical fatigue, help those who are overweight or obese, as well as treating cellulite. The massage is accompanied by Sega music, which is sung in Creole. The traditional instruments used are the ravanne (hand drum), maravanne (rattle), and a triangle.
Close your eyes and listen to the music and imagine creole bamboo massage.
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