Beijing Foot Spa: The Epitome of Relaxation

When in Manila, foot spas and massage services have been suddenly popping up everywhere. Even the rise of the 20 pesos massage chairs in malls does not go unnoticed. I have always valued quality over quantity. As a Fine Arts student, I’ve had my fair share of severe back pains from sitting in front of my desk or computer for as long as an entire day doing plates. This is the reason why I have always been a fan of foot spas and full body massages, hence my excitement to try Beijing Foot Spa for the first time. This was also because it was so highly recommended by my mom. And I must say: all the expectations were highly met.

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(Beijing Foot Spa – Lucky China Town Branch)

 

Beijing Foot Spa Company was established on the first quarter of the year 2007. During the month of April 2007, it opened its first two branches at Blue Ridge B, Quezon City and Frontera Verde St Ortigas, Pasig City.

Mr. & Mrs. Ouyang were inspired to pursue their dreams during the preparation of the Olympic Games last 2007. The “Beijing” name carries from the Capital City of China. Because of their passion and belief on foot massage, they decided to specialize in Chinese FOOT REFLEX, VENTOSA and GUA-SHA where a Chinese master masseur trains the certified therapist daily for two (2) to four (4) months before being allowed to serve clients. The main goal of the company is to provide high quality foot massages that are adapted from mainland China to serve customers with the utmost pleasure at a reasonable price.”

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 (Beijing Foot Spa – Lucky China Town Branch)

Once you get there, you will be welcomed by their friendly and accommodating staff. The relaxing ambiance will make you feel like you are suddenly in China for a moment. Different private rooms are offered (e.g. a room consisting of only two massage chairs for couples and a family room consisting of five massage chairs). They also have silk bathrobes you can change into. When you have settled down, they will ask you if you want any of their complimentary drinks: coffee, hot tea, iced tea or water. You also have the option to watch movies since their massage chairs come with built-in mini TVs and head rest speakers.

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(Beijing Foot Spa – Lucky China Town Branch)

 

I got the foot and back massage package. The first thing they will do is soak your feet in water with Ginger Powder. This has anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-emetic properties. Once the massage starts, the therapist will ask you once in a while if the pressure is okay. You can request to lessen or add more pressure and they will adjust based on your personal preferences.

The thing I like the most is that Beijing Foot Spa does not use generic body oil. They use specialized Green Tea Oil with benefits like soothing of acne, healing of damaged skin, fighting signs of aging, nourishing of dry skin, and many more. They also use Rubber Hammers to relax the muscles after a pressure point massage. Hot Pillows are also used for Moist Heat therapy. This helps increase the circulation of oxygen and blood flow.

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The foot and back massage lasted for 1 hour and 40 minutes, but it didn’t feel like it lasted for that long. It was very relaxing and nice and I felt like all of my back pain, stress and problems went away. This one-of-a-kind massage experience should not be kept a secret. That is why we are giving away THREE Foot Massage gift certificates (inclusive of head, hand and shoulder massage) for three of our lucky readers! Just follow the mechanics in the Rafflecopter form:

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Beijing Foot Spa Lucky China Town Mall Branch

L3-24 LUCKY CHINA TOWN MALL, Calle Felipe corner La Chamber Street, Barangay 293, Zone 28, Binondo

+63 (2) 5160451 / +63 (932) 8838908

 beijingfootspa.com.ph






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