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Chinese Sports Massage
$39 for a One-Hour Full Body Massage & TDP Light Therapy (value $99)
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- Your body will thank you with this deal.
- Grab a one-hour full body massage, including a session of TDP light therapy, at Chinese Sports Massage for just $39.
- Harness the power of touch and top it all off with TDP light therapy that will leave your muscles and joints feeling great.
- You'll find Chinese Sports Massage in a convenient spot on Newton Road.
Too many long hours of slouching at your desk plus too many raucous games of indoor netball equals far too many aches and pains for your liking.
Invest in a one-hour full body massage, including a session of TDP light therapy, at Chinese Sports Massage for just $39, and put a smile on your body's dial for less.
Conveniently located on Newton Road and close to all the best bits of the top of town, Chinese Sports Massage is the perfect spot for alleviating all your aches and pains in a quiet and relaxing environment. Your one-hour massage will harness the power of touch, leaving your muscles feeling entirely relaxed and rejuvenated. To top it all off, TDP light therapy raises the temperature in your tissues, helping remove toxins from your body and providing heat therapy to painful joints and muscles.
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