Pitjit means massage in Indonesian and is characterized by the relatively fast pace in which the massage is performed. Pitjit has been passed on from (grand) parent to (grand) child for thousands of years. This massage is characterized by the use of special techniques such as the use of herbs, kerok (scraping technique with a coin) and cupping.
The goal is to balance body and mind. You can expect a very solid massage with a lot of depth. This works well on muscle knots and stuck muscles. This massage can be performed at a fast or a more relaxed pace as desired.
People who like a firm and rhythmic massage. Muscle knots are eliminated and the blood flow to the muscles is stimulated.