[72% Off] 2-hr 15-min Full Body Medic Massage + Hot Stone Massage + Head Guasha + Foot Spa for RM78 instead of RM278
- 2-hour-15-minute full body therapy with health benefits.
- Hot stone massage for tummy area reduces wind, improves blood circulation and minimises fat blockages.
- Traditional head guasha therapy helps combat migraines.
- Includes relaxing foot soak, scrub and massage.
- Ideal for women in post-confinement.
- Redemption period: Nov 5, 2011 – Feb 5, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Oct 28, 2011 – Feb 4, 2012.
- Min. 1 day prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid Mon – Sat: 10am – 8pm (including public holidays).
- Last appointment at 6pm. May buy and use many.
- For female customers only.
- Valid at BON SENS Beauty Aesthetics (03-8062 8282)
The world is divided into two groups of people: those who massage, those who are massaged and those who do not know how to count. Leave forgotten tribes of un-kneaded brethren with today’s Groupon: for RM78, you get full body therapy worth RM278 from BON SENS Beauty Aesthetics in Puchong. Pamper yourself with:
- 1-hour full body Medic massage (RM80 value)
- 45-minute hot stone massage for tummy area (RM90 value)
- 20-minute foot spa (RM68 value)
- 10-minute head guasha (RM40 value)
Lowest limbs are given highest accord as pedal pushers get first dibs with soaks, scrubs and kneading to relieve foot sorrows after daily battles in six-inched combat gear. Full body massages are tag-teamed with hot stones for touchy tummies – reducing windy weather in central regions, while minimizing fat blockages and improving body contours. Women in post-confinement breathe satiated sighs as the therapy also addresses belly and womb woes, improves blood circulation, regulates menstrual cycles and offers respite from infants hell-bent on 4am alarm clock impersonations. Culminate two-hour reposes with traditional guasha therapy, as trained therapists apply lightly pressured strokes to northern hemispheres to alleviate migraines and agony over missing the series finale of decade-long soap operas.
Phone: 03-8062 8282