Beijing Foot-Reflexology Spa Treatment, or Tui Na Massage at Oriental Foot Reflexology (Half Off)

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Beijing Spa Treatment blends 15 minutes of bodywork on upper body with 45 minutes of Foot Reflexology including an herbal medicine foot bath

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for a 60-minute Beijing Spa Treatment (a $50 value)
  • $30 for 60 minutes of Tui Na Bodywork (a $60 value)

During the signature Beijing Spa Treatment, a therapist spends 15 minutes massaging the head, neck, shoulders, and arms, and performs hand reflexology. Then, for the next 45 minutes, the attention turns to the feet, which bathe in a mineral-and-rose herbal-medicine bath before being treated to Foot Reflexology. During this treatment, clients remained fully clothed and need only remove their shoes and socks.

Tui Na Bodywork calls upon acupressure to restore the natural flow of bodily energy and aims to relieves stress and tension. To accomplish this, therapists use some of 365 hand techniques.

Oriental Foot Reflexology's prices vary throughout the week.

Oriental Foot Reflexology

Harnessing the power of traditional Chinese treatments that go back more than 5,000 years, the staff members at Oriental Foot Reflexology aim to soothe stress and boost energy levels with foot reflexology and tui na bodywork. They lead their clients past the neutral-toned reception area to treatment rooms for individuals, couples, or groups, all of which feature plush, reclining reflexology chairs. There, the therapists—many of whom have been trained in China—remove shoes and socks before finding each foot’s acupressure points and seventh toe. After a mineral bath, feet and bodies are treated to one of three services, including the signature Beijing Spa Treatment that combines both footwork and bodywork to melt away physical and emotional tension.

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