Choose from any of the affordable packages.
FOCUSED AREA TREATMENT
specialized treatment based on one or two, focusing on specific areas
CHOICE OF 1 OR 2 AREAS
eg. left shoulder – 1 focused area: $48
or left shoulder and right knee – 2 focused areas: $88
Head, neck, left or right: shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, toes
A focused treatment is great for sports athletes or anyone who has had been suffering from pain and trauma at a specific area of the body. Choice of a maximum of 2 areas for focused treatment.
UPPER BODY TREATMENT
focuses on the head, neck and shoulders only.
An upper body treatment helps decrease pain.
Pain on the shoulders can occur for many reasons such as; muscle tightness, tension, stress or injury.
An upper body massage helps relax all muscles that are tight or tense as a result of injury, overuse or poor posture.
LOWER BODY TREATMENT
focuses on the lower back area – waist, hips, knees, ankles and toes
Lower body treatment focuses on a range of muscle groups from the lower back area to hamstrings, quadriceps and calves.
Pain in the lower back can be caused by many different reasons. The main reason for lower back pain includes muscle tightness.
A lower back massage helps to warm up muscles and increase blood flow and circulation to be passed around the body.
FULL BODY BONE-SETTING
Head to toe bone-setting treatment for maintenance and well-being
Head, Neck, Shoulders, Elbows, Wrists, Waist & Hip, Knees, Ankles & Toes
A full-body treatment includes everything from head to toe. Treatment includes stretching and a range of motion movements into the massage, which helps to mobilize the joints and places beneficial tension on your muscles, ligaments and tendons.
By using these techniques, fresh blood enters bringing fresh nutrition, oxygen, and immune cells.
1h 30 mins
If you are unsure on which package is most suitable for you, drop a WhatsApp message at 9450 6116 (text only, no calls please) and our Master Therapist will advise accordingly.
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+65 9450 6116
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