is the most common and best-known type of massage in the West. If it's your don't get massage often, Swedish massage is the best place to start.
A Swedish massage can be slow and gentle, or vigorous and bracing, depending on the therapist's personal style and what he or she is trying to achieve. To get an idea of what it's like, you can watch this video of a Swedish massage.
Deep tissue massage
If you want deeper work and can tolerate more pressure to get relief from chronic muscle pain, it's better to book a deep tissue massage, which is another form of Swedish massage.
In an aromatherapy massage, the oil also contains a essential oil (or a blend of essential oils) derived from plants.
Essential oils can penetrate the body through the skin, and have multiple benefits beyond a nice smell. They affect your mood, alleviate pain, help the body detoxify, and a variety of other effects, depending on the essential oil. You can choose something that is relaxing, balancing, or invigorating, based on how you want to feel when the massage is finished.
Hot stone massage
Hot stone massage is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones as an extension of their own hands, or by placing them on the body. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.
Tui Na massage
Tui Na is a therapeutic form of massage and has been used in China for more than 3,000 years. This Chinese therapy makes use of rhythmic compression techniques along different energy channels of the body to establish harmonious flow of Qi throughout the body and bringing it back to balance. It works deeply with the positive energy of the body.
In Tui Na massage, the muscles and tendons are massaged with the help of hands, and an acupressure technique is applied to directly affect the flow of Qi at different acupressure points of the body, thus facilitating the healing process. It removes the blockages and keeps the energy moving through the meridians as well as the muscles.
Service Price Options Price
Partial ~ 30 min $38 Aromatherapy $15
Full Body ~ 60 min $68 Hot Stone Therapy $36
Full Body ~ 90 min $98
Two ~ Massage $126
Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands, or ears. Reflexologists believe that these areas and reflex points correspond to different body organs and systems, and that pressing them has a beneficial effect on the organs and person's general health. For example, reflexology holds that a specific spot in the arch of the foot corresponds to the bladder point. When a reflexology practitioner uses thumbs or fingers to apply appropriate pressure to this area, it affects bladder functioning.
Foot Reflexology with calf musle massage ~ 30 min $38
Foot Reflexology with calf musle massage ~ 45 min $48
Two Foot Reflexology with calf musle massage $88
Specific herbal bath $26
Specific essential oil herbal bath $26
Neck & Shoulder & Head Massage $38
Herbal foot bath
Soaking your feet in a basin of soothing herbal infusion is more than relaxing, it’s potent medicine.
Most people think of foot baths as a superficial treatment, but this technique is actually very powerful medicine. Serious conditions like edema, trench foot, and high blood pressure respond rapidly to a good herbal foot bath.
For chronic conditions, keep to a schedule. One treatment won’t fix the problem.
Foot Reflexology + Calf Muscle Relax + Neck & Shoulder Relax 60mins
（Foot + Calf + Neck +
Shoulder + Head）
Acupuncture Pain Treatment (Shoulder/Elbow/Lower Back)
(Relief stiffness and pain)
Suit C (With Aromatherapy)
45mins Body Massage & 45mins Foot