Foot Spas:

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• ‘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.

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