Beautiful decor, very serene ambience. I got there early and was served tea in their gorgeous tea garden which had a stream running through it...I could just feel my stress meltin...
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The SceneAscend a staircase, open an oversized wooden door and the scent of spices alerts your senses. The L-shaped reception room is bright with natural light. An assortment of cosmetics line one wall; at the opposite end, a middle-aged, female clientele (and their daughters) sit at round tables sipping complimentary tea, staring out picture windows. When it's time for treatments to begin, attendants lead clients over a rock-laden brook.The ServicesMost treatment rooms are equipped with baths and stereos, muting outside noise. For those looking for a twist on massage standards, Tui Na (pronounced twee-nah) is the way to go. This ancient form of Chinese massage incorporates stretching and rocking motions that will hit pressure points and have you shuffling out limber as a limbo contestant.
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