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I could hardly recall when was the last time to visit this place again after sometimes being attached to cozy.

The other day I managed to slot in a session for 90mins foot reflexiology and since I did not have anyone I preferred in particular so I left the decision to the receptionist.

I was attended by female therapist and the usual routine followed. Started with a warm water and salt dip upstairs while the shoulder was massaged, then led to a private room which would fit for 3 guests at one time. A warm rice pillow was placed either on the shoulder, back of the neck or lower back, whichever preffered. Huge massage chair I would say.

Pressure, skills and techniques made my 90minutes such a bliss, aslept through almost up to the end of the session when she offered me something to drink: water, tea or ginger. Ginger was my pick and the session was not ended there, another round for my shoulder, back and neck for the finale.

All in all, Zen has successfully maintain its consistency of service and for IDR98k for 90mins session I think it is worthed.

Book early as it might get very busy for afternoon to closing time.

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Last weekend I had a chance to do my weekly reflexology after a long due. Having heard the rave about this establishment then I decided to give it a try. Tucked in the busy Kebayoran Baru district, one must do the reservation way in advance since this place is in the hype and rarely for those walk-ins to get an instant spot, well you would if you are lucky enough.

The Balinese details wrapped the whole outlet, stretches from the entrance, hallway, waiting lounge, up to the treatment rooms. I picked the most-wanted foot reflexology for 90 minutes by then.

 

Ambiance: Clean and surrounded by frangipani scent all over the place, it was very relaxing and would guide you to doze off in seconds. The balinese traditional gamelan filled up as a background music; complemented the whole atmosphere.

 

Service: Upon arrival and waiting for my therapist, I was offered a drink (a glass of water or a cup of tea); then I was guided to the second floor to have my feet soaked in the Luke-warm water, added bath-salt and slices of lemon. While I was soaking, my therapist did my shoulder and pressed at few points at my upper back to ease the tension.

Then I was brought up to the room that consists of three huge massage chairs, with personal TV and dimmed-light. I believe this was more like a private room so if you are with friends or family, then you can always be sitted next to each other.

Good thing was that the therapist would always ask whether the pressure was alright to my preference. After that then I was instantly doze off until my hands were being massaged. Once everything was done, then I was offered another cup of ginger tea which I only had a gulp since it was very hot to my liking.

I noticed that all of the therapists here do not have a name tag, instead they have numbers tagged. Many have booked their own favourite therapist by their second or third visit. All in all, the experience was not bad, eventhough I personally feel that other places have made their way closer to total relaxation; plus I would say that the pressure was not that consistent throughout 90 minutes, but then again perhaps it is just a matter of preference.

 

Pricing: 90minutes foot reflexology (which includes hands, shoulder and head massage) priced at IDR98K. They also offer Royal Massage, Balinese Body Massage (the one that hits the rave according to the review!), Face massage and many more.

 

Contact: Jalan Gunawarman 43, Kebayoran Baru; 021-726-2375

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