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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Family Health Spa

Hi everyone! My week started really happily and I’m loving what April is all about. :) I hope you’re all having the same good fortune as I am.

Honestly, I have so many lip products to review. I’ve done a huge haul on them recently but I’ll do those next time. For now, I want to focus on another favorite of mine, spas! ;)

My husband just celebrated his birthday early this month and we decided to go and visit our favorite spa place- Family Health Spa.




I’ve actually talked about them before since we have bee visiting this place for a long time. Moreover, they’ve already undergone some renovations and they now offer more services!

Reception area

  All clients get to choose a glass of juice, tea or coffee

We decided to get Foot & Back massage which is what we normally get but I chose to stay in the “bed” because I wanted to lie down since I feel that it’s more relaxing. Price is around P600, I forgot to take note of it. :(


The beds were soooo comfortable and the rooms smell really clean. It’s such an important factor when choosing a spa. And Family Health Spa is truly a clean place.

What I love most about the bed? The hole for the face. It’s the perfect size. I have gone to so many spas and the holes are usually too small. Family’s was perfect and it made me more relaxed because my head was supported properly.


The rooms are actually a big common room but they are divided with curtains.

 

 

our door

They have a drawer so you can store your things inside.

Since we chose beds instead of lazy boys, H was worried how the therapists will massage the feet. Apparently Family already has their strategy on that. We were asked to lie near the edge of the bed first while the feet is being soaked and after, we would just move upwards so the therapists can do the massage while we’re lying in our beds.

I asked to first get my back massage before foot massage because I wanted to save the best for last. Hehe! The back massage was so good. I honestly couldn’t help but doze off. As usual I asked to use oil for the massage. The hole for the face helped me relax even more because I knew where exactly I’ll put my face in. Haha! The back massage was 30 minutes long. After which, I was asked to lie on my back for my foot massage.

For the foot massage, Family Health Spa uses long strokes in massaging the feet. And since I’ve already mentioned that Family is my favorite spa  and I love foot massages so much, you’re sure that their foot massage is truly amazing! :) The therapists use their hands and bamboo/wooden sticks to massage and release tension from the feet. The foot massage lasts for an hour. And after, I’m solved. I normally sleep during the whole process and I was surprised that this time, H slept through it too. He usually never sleeps during foot massage because he finds it too hard. But this time was different. I guess his therapist found his perfect pressure points.

After our session, we napped a little longer and I decided to take more photos to show you.
  Corridor

This is the other room for foot massages.

In this room, you get to watch some tv.

  
Very comfy too!

After the massage, my back felt less tense, my feet more functional- haha!, my head so much better. I asked H how his massage was too and he said that it was just what he needed.

Honestly, I still haven’t found another spa that’s as clean and as good as Family Health Spa (except for Happy Wealthy Spa- I like their foot massage too). I haven't tried using their wet floor though. But anyways, they’re reasonably priced, plus now that they have these perfect beds, I guess we’ll be going there more often just like before. :)

What’s your favorite spa? Share it with me! I’d love to try more. :)

2 comments:

Spa Moments are the best! I recently visited my favorite spa too! hehe.

By the way, I also added you to my blog roll, I hope you don't mind.

The place looks really nice!! :-) I've never heard of this though! :-/

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