Relaxing Massages & Spa

Relaxing body massage

    Relaxing Massages & Spa

What more could you ask for after a massage?  A steam bath? Or a dip in the bath tub? All you need to do is ask for it and you shall have it.  We are here to really spoil you over and over again till you are contented.

Our service are all tailor made just for you.  Just like how your pallet craves for different cuisines, we have a wide range of massage Technics to soothe your whole body and every tissue in it.

Ask for details of each of our varied massages that we have to offer and you shall have it just the way you like it.

The purpose of massage is to relax the tissue, increase the flow of blood and oxygen, and decrease pain.  The therapist uses long strokes, kneading, and friction on the muscles. Joints are moved to increase flexibility. Trigger point massage: This is also known as pressure point massage.

This will determine which parts of your body require massage. A typical full body session will include work on your back, arms, legs, feet, hands, head, neck, and shoulders. You will not be touched on or near your genitals (male or female) or breasts (female).

This form of therapy involves hands-on techniques to increase circulation, relieve tension, reduce stress, relieve anxiety, improve sleep, and promote relaxation throughout the entire body, as well as many other benefits. The body’s soft tissue areas include the muscles, tendons, connective tissue, etc.

Stay hydrated. Some studies question the benefits of drinking water after a massage, Allen acknowledges. But most massage therapists still encourage hydration to help flush waste and prevent next-day soreness. And at least for those first few hours after a massage, avoid caffeine and alcohol, which are dehydrating.

Your body is flushing out toxins after a massage, and taking a bath either before or after your treatment can help your body with this important task, as it can facilitate sweating and keep your muscles warm and blood-infused.