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Husband and I tried the full body deep tissue massage for 90 minutes. The masseuse worked the knots on our shoulders, back, legs by targeting pressure points we didn't know we had.
You definitely get what you ask for & if you don't have a...More
Thai massage separates itself with the stretches that sometimes are included and sometimes not. My masseuse at the 159 Bourke Street location was as good at stretching as I have experienced. Whether they all are there, who knows. I will go back, when I return.
This is the 3rd time I've had a traditional Thai massage Vigorous. Each time I come away feeling relaxed. I usually come in the afternoon after a day of shopping to have sore and tired muscles dealt with. Always feel great afterwards.
Professional and friendly...More
Visited twice in 2 days during a trip to Melbourne!
Well worth it if you are in the need of either a food or body massage.
Many employees on desk, both time was able to get served straight away.
Multiple option on was pressure available....More
Date of experience: April 2018
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