Making time for a little self-care couldn’t be more tempting in 2022. It’s the beginning of a new year, but with the pandemic in its third year, the commencement of the fifth COVID-19 wave and the borders of Hong Kong remaining firmly shut – time has lost meaning. With this, many of us are probably experiencing, to varying degrees, lockdown fatigue.
From wearing masks all the time to isolating to working from home, COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected every aspect of our lives, and while we’re adapting, it’s stressful.
One good way to find relief is through self-care. Self-care is pretty self-explanatory – it’s taking care of yourself both physically and mentally. No matter the form it may take, if something enriches you and positively benefits your overall health, it can be considered a type of self-care.
Read on for some of our recommendations for self-care in Hong Kong that will help loosen your body and your mind.
Pure Massage is a foot and body massage healthcare center where you can start of the new year by pampering yourself.
With a total of 13 locations around Hong Kong – located around Central, Causeway Bay, Whampoa, Tsuen Wan and more, this center aims to tackle health problems through key treatments, including Chinese traditional medical foot massage, point massage and lymphatic drainage.
Happy hour prices are available on the weekdays before 5 p.m., and the nonmember prices during this time range from HK$206-248 (US$26-32). Each session is a soothing 45 minutes long.
Address: Refer to Pure Massage’s contact page for a list of their locations
Ten Feet Tall
Ten Feet Tall is a spa focused on treating the body, especially the hands and feet. Ten Feet Tall offers various treatments like foot/hand reflexology massage, aromatic oil massage, lymphatic drainage massage and more. Why not add a pedicure to top off your pampering session? This spa is stacked with additional perks like refreshments, magazines and private party rooms complete with Apple TV, DVD player and projectors for added entertainment.
Address: Refer to Ten Feet Tall’s page for a list of their locations
Since 2014, Zen Massage has provided Hong Kongers with genuine and high-quality Thai massages in a peaceful and tranquil environment. Thai massage treatments include the Traditional Thai massage, Thai Herbal Ball massage and treatments like the Gua Sha Therapy massage and the Magnetic Fork massage. In addition, each massage is priced at different points corresponding to the length of time, allowing for some added flexibility.
Address: Refer to Zen Massage’s contact page for a list of their locations
THANN Sanctuary offers an experience pleasuring both your skin and muscles. THANN is built from an international brand specializing in skin-care and spa services for wellness achieved through natural products.
THANN Sanctuary provides facial therapy, body therapy and body scrubs, including unique treatments like the Thai Herbal Compress, Swedish massage and Abhyanga (Ayurvedic body massage). Each treatment starts with a consultation to look into your specific needs and preferences. It’s also been voted in as one of the Top 55 spas globally by Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
Address: Refer to THANN Sanctuary’s contact page for a list of their locations
Rosewood Hong Kong’s Asaya is dedicated to helping customers curate their personal formula for well-being. The treatment menu covers everything from assessments and emotional treatments to nutrition, physical treatments and skin health.
The assessments and consultations essentially give insight into your current physical and mental situation, helping narrow down the best treatments for you. Check out Asaya for guided meditation, stress management, physiotherapy, spinal mobilization therapy, photo facials, radio-frequency lifting and firming and more.
Focused on providing a complete experience, Asaya advises not bringing electronic devices to treatments. So, stop by this spa to gift yourself a luxurious and soothing experience for the start of this new year.
Address:6/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
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