• ‘Kansu Bowls Foot Reflexology’ at So Spa Sofitel is great for relaxing and detoxification. The Ayurvedic reflexology technique rests on the principle of using ghee in a bowl to harmonise heat in the body.
‘Herb Bun Massage’ at Sukho Thai Spa in Mumbai works to reduce the harmful effects of humidity in monsoon with aromatic plants and volcanic stones. According to the therapist, this foot treatment activates the comfort quotient of the 10 ‘sen’ (or the energy lines) that pass through your feet. The 23 aromatic herbs of this massage link main acupressure points effecting vital organs to bring about a holistic regeneration of the body, mind and soul.
• Relax at Pune’s Lanna Wellness’ ‘Hot Stone Foot Massage’ that involves placing smooth, flat heated stones (generally made of basalt) at the energy centres of the feet in order to balance and invigorate the mind and the body. It soothes tired foot muscles, swelling and pain. Its curative properties include increase in blood circulation and metabolism, soothing of specific muscles and removing toxins.