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vi­etura aes­thetic lifestyle

Vi­etura of­fers a unique well­ness get­away pack­age that in­cludes a lux­u­ri­ous overnight stay as well as a breakfast buffet. This par­tic­u­lar pack­age fo­cuses on slim­ming treat­ments and even fat-bust­ing pro­ce­dures like Lipocryo and Ul­traskin Tight.—br Sofitel Philip­pine Plaza; tel. no. 551 5555 ext. 5000 and 5098

Karada

I’m not a fan of oil mas­sages, but I like get­ting treated at this chiro-based mas­sage clinic. Their deep­tis­sue mas­sages work best for the kinds of aches I get from a tough work­out or even a tough work­week! —NN karada.com.ph

visma

They of­fer blind mas­sages by ac­cred­ited ther­a­pists from TESDA. The mas­sage is in­cred­i­ble! It’s also nice that you’re pro­vid­ing in­come for those with spe­cial needs.—mr SM Mega­mall Bldg. A; tel. no. 404 3158

cinese

If you lean to­ward dry, pre­cise mas­sages, you’d love cinese. Pick from either the lo­cal ther­a­pist (for first­timers), the next-level Chi­nese re­flex­ol­o­gist, or, if you want the full-on show of skill and force, the grand mas­ter.—dc 17 M. Paterno, San Juan; tel. no. 723 9559

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