About Dharma

Dharma is a way of living, based on true Hindu and Buddhist philosophy. The ways of Dharma are the secrets behind how the Balinese achieve balance and a better life. It includes include: Right Understanding (Samma – Ditthi); Right Tought (Samma – Sankappa); Right Speech (Samma – Vacca); Right Action (Samma – Kammanta); Right Attention (Samma – Sati) and Right Concentration (Samma – Samadhi).

Every spa treatment at Amarterra covers a the following ritual:

Dharma Bali Ritual

Blessing with holy water from virgin coconut

Foot Bath Ritual

Cleansing foot with virgin coconut water

China Bell Ritual

Balancing energy throughout the body

Spa Ritual of your choice

Depending on spa treatment/menu selected by you

Body Cream Ritual

Moisturising with herbal body cream

Dharma Bali Ritual

Blessing with Bija

Lucky Stone Ritual

Picking an inspirational stone reflecting your future and good deeds. Traditionally the stone is returned back to nature by throwing it into the pond, sending back your wish to the universe. Alternatively, you may bring it home as a token of your memorable spa experience at Amarterra.

majapahit castle


Royal Majapahit, one of the greatest kingdoms, uses Dharma as good intentions to unite the archipelago of Nusantara (olden day Indonesia), which includes Bali. Majapahit symbolises glorious empirical power, which holds the secret of healing and beauty treatments of Royal rituals. It has become a great part of Balinese national heritage, as a source of health and beauty inspiration.


Bali, the Island of the Gods, inspires us with its beauty and unique traditions and culture. Bali is also the Island of Flowers, which are the most prolific symbols of every Balinese ritual.


Spirituality is the main element of achieving balance and a peaceful life. Bali and it’s people’s spiritual charm invite natural energy that aids a peaceful mind.
moon of pejeng

Moon of Pejeng

The Balinese myth, Moon of Pejeng, reflects how Balinese people appreciate the natural world, which is symbolized by the moon. The moon’s energy is a significant influence in all Balinese rituals and ceremonies.
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