All of us need that hour-ish part of the day when we can let a masseuse press our day's worth of stresses away. For first-timers doing foot reflexology, be prepared to have the masseuse assert pressure on pressure points on your feet. It could be ticklish, but this is supposed to translate to a beneficial impact on your general health.
Here's a compilation of 10 places where you could get an hour (or less) quick fix for under $50!
Located conveniently near Outram Park and Tiong Bahru, Joneling Chi Spa's ambience is welcoming and almost contemporary. A unisex space, Joneling Chi Spa welcomes both men and women for their services. Rooms are clean and known to be free of hard selling, drop by for a quick and hasslefree foot reflexology session.
Public enjoys a 60 minute session at $47, and members only pay $39. What's more, all foot massage sessions come with a complimentary herbal soak! By the way, memberships go at only $14 a year.
You can make your appointment online now via Wellnessly. No extra charges!
Walk into Nimble/knead’s spa containers and get shipped to anywhere in the world. Even cloud nine, with their first trial offers.
We love the way their services are named. For their foot massage service, aptly named Foot For Thought, you can expect a foot salt soak before an aroma foot reflexology massage.
The regular price for a 60 minutes foot reflexology is at $42, and $34 for appointments between 12 noon to 5pm.
Feet Haven’s signature is its Shiok Feet Indulgence massage, and you will find that most of their services include foot reflexology. Awarded the Best Foot Massage by Harpers Bazaar Spa in 2013, Feet Haven also won the Best Value Simply Her Foot Spa by Simply Her the same year.
A 60 minute signature Shiok Feet Indulgence goes at $38 from 12 noon to 5pm, and $42 otherwise. Feet Haven also offers their Blend series, where you can couple foot reflexology with a shoulder and neck massage too.
Did we mention that Feet Haven at Katong (link) is open 24 hours too? After supper foot massage, mai tu liao!
To celebrate their new opening at River Valley, Le Spa is having a $38 promotion for a 45 minutes massage. Yes!
With a strong policy against hard-selling, Le Spa ensures every of your visit to be a worthwhile experience. Oriental themed, Le Spa has 3 outlets across Singapore, and their Le Taiwanese Foot Therapy goes at only $48 for a 60 minutes session.
A 24/7 sanctuary spa located along Beach Road, conveniently accessible Nicoll Highway MRT Station, Rule of Thumb is the go-to for a relaxing rubdown anytime of the day.
Zheng Ge Ping at Rule of Thumb
Each 60 minutes foot reflexology session goes at $48 for the public and $42 for members. Hassle-free booking done online via Wellnessly!
From the Mary Chia family, Masego is a safari themed spa situated at SAFRA Jurong, at Boon Lay.
With the Ah Boys to Men cast wrecking havoc at Masego, you know it’s a fun place to be.
Nat Ho turns to Masego for a pulled muscle too.
For this concept spa, prices are reasonable but not exactly the cheapest. Going at $58 for a 60 minutes foot massage, members enjoy it at $48. For shorter foot reflexology sessions (30 mins), public pays $38 and members enjoy it at $32. Book now via Wellnessly at no extra fees!
A foot reflexology boutique massage right smack in the middle of Raffles Place, Massage Hero is situated comfortably in The Arcade.
We can’t get enough of the minimalistic layout, clean and spacious for a quick lunch getaway from the desk. Massage Hero offers 60 minutes foot reflexology massage at a competitive price of $50. Book a session for your next lunch break online via Wellnessly! You don’t have to risk letting your colleagues or bosses hear you. Stealth mode!
Now, if you are in the area on Saturdays, or if you survived a dreadful overtime on Saturdays, Massage Hero offers exclusive prices for just foot reflexology at $25 for a 30 minutes session (U.P. $30). Slots are limited so reserve early!
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