Senses Massage

★★★★★
Best Licensed Massage in a Serene Setting for an Incredible Value $18-30/HR + Detox Available

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Just brought my friend Steven to Senses earlier today. After a foot massage together, he chose to have an hour of full body massage. While I waited for him, I had a detox treatment. Steven ended up buying a membership card so we were sold on Senses Spa for its value and service.

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★★★★★

Just brought my friend Steven to Senses earlier today. After a foot massage together, he chose to have an hour of full body massage. While I waited for him, I had a detox treatment. Steven ended up buying a membership card so we were sold on Senses Spa for its value and service.

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I was a skeptic about foot massages and full body massages. The expensive places were terrible in value and the cheap places were crammed, ill mannered, and hit-and-miss on service and massage. SENSES was a cut above the rest. It takes credit card, is fully licensed (a rarity I heard in SG), and even teaches Chinese on its menu. The foot massage portion has two rooms- one for private party which my friends and I enjoyed very much since the girls didn't like others to see their feet. The common room never had more than 5 to 6 people- unlike the other places that pack 20 people in one place feeling like a swap meet, which is not relaxing at all. The full body portion has individual curtained rooms and a private room for couple, which I tried with my husband. The massage is consistently good. Couple therapists are extremely busy so making an appointment is the way to go. The location is a little hard to find but it is between the row of Chinese dim sum on Valley Blvd. and Newport Seafood on Las Tunas. Yum...

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★★★★★

I was a skeptic about foot massages and full body massages. The expensive places were terrible in value and the cheap places were crammed, ill mannered, and hit-and-miss on service and massage. SENSES was a cut above the rest. It takes credit card, is fully licensed (a rarity I heard in SG), and even teaches Chinese on its menu. The foot massage portion has two rooms- one for private party which my friends and I enjoyed very much since the girls didn't like others to see their feet. The common room never had more than 5 to 6 people- unlike the other places that pack 20 people in one place feeling like a swap meet, which is not relaxing at all. The full body portion has individual curtained rooms and a private room for couple, which I tried with my husband. The massage is consistently good. Couple therapists are extremely busy so making an appointment is the way to go. The location is a little hard to find but it is between the row of Chinese dim sum on Valley Blvd. and Newport Seafood on Las Tunas. Yum...

 

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