I sat on a small stool with my feet in the water; this was going to be wonderful, I thought. I wanted to cry out in pain, but I was subdued by the head massage. They're called nunchucks in the U.S. In Asia, however, they're.
It *can* hurt so much, but the point is it shouldn't. There is a “no pain, no gain” fallacy in manual therapy that needs to GO. It should feel good, not painful.
I went there because one of my colleagues said he visited this place a few days ago and it was so relaxing and pampered. How did it go?
Thank you for letting us know that, indeed, these are odd massage techniques:
The Asian Foot Massage was the first to grace our menu of foot services All are engaged to release tension, pain and restrictions in the toes.
Modern Western reflexology is based on Zone Theory, originated by Dr. What is an Orbeez foot massage?