Traditional Massage Therapy


 Massage Therapy

 Dedicated to reduce and ease the body pain and headache, improves circulation and energize

Our massage technique is painless and effective

Massage is a touch therapy which beneficial for your wellbeing and pain relief, benefits for all type of body discomfort from sports injuries, chronic pain, emotional discomfort and general well-being, unblock the blockages.  Soothing, and generally your body will feel much relax, pain ease up and your mind much more alert. 

Benefits of Massage:
Reduce pain 
Relief muscle tension and spasm promote relaxations
Promote faster recovery from surgery, injury, and illness

Improve circulation of the blood and lymph system, enhances immune system function.
Increases flexibility and joint the movement
Improve sports and activity performance
Clear your mind, increase creativity.
Back, neck pain
Digestive system problem
Reduce stress level, lower blood pressure, anger management

60 minutes $70


Book as an add-on service when you book the SOQI Bed 30 minutes $40

or 90 minutes abdomen massage which includes: 45 min massage + 45 min Soqi Bed 90 min $150

Abdomen massage is beneficial for digestive issue such as constipation, bloatness and pain

Massage to unblock the toxic waste to improve nutrition intake, water absorption and sleeping quality

Its also for those who have problem to loose weight.  Abdomen massage includes wrap to enhance detoxification, soften up the digestive muscle tissue.  Helps faster bowel movement.



Gentle warm massage- Very relaxing

Reduce inflammation, pain fast

Relaxes tendon and sinew

Heat massage utilizes moxibustion and partial infrared ray which penetrates into body tissues and increase energy, massage promote circulation faster, expel toxin, eliminate stagnation, prevent diseases and promote longevity.

30 min : $40

60 min:  $70

90 min: $120




Not suitable for:

serious heart disease, liver and kidney problem


And if you have:

pacemaker, pregnant, infection, skin disease leukemia, oedema, bone fracture, cancer 


  Check with you GP if you have doubt
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