Ever Tried a Massage Date?

Published: 27th May 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th May 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

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If you’ve tried all your go-to places for a date with your partner, how about hitting the Chakra Urban Spa this Sunday?

Massage1.jpgPuzzled? If you go there, you can pick up a few tips on how to give the right kind of a relaxing massage to one another. Coming up with a unique workshop exclusively for couples is Toni and Guy, where an in-house trainer will teach you the right ways to give your partner a head, shoulder or leg massage, so that it relieves them of stress after a long and tiring day at work.

“This workshop will be conducted at the Chakra Urban Spa outlet at Chamiers road, where our trainer Rajesh, who has had over eight years of experience in the wellness industry will guide the attendees on the right practice of massage. The couples in turn will massage each other at the venue itself, while our trainer will also supervise them and correct them when they go wrong, “ explains one of the organisers.

Massage2.jpgThe workshop, where the couples will massage each other with massage candles intact, promises to provide a wholesome and a unique experience to the attendees in a span of two hours, she adds. In fact, when a session was organised the week before, the response was good and the couples seem to have enjoyed their day out. “All we need is for them to just come here with an open mind and enjoy. They can also buy our massage candles and practise at home, if need be,” she said.

To register, call 4500 0028 / 4500 0029

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