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$25 for a 30-Minute Traditional Thai Massage or Essential Foot Massage (value up to $49)
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- DIY is very overrated - discover how much better a massage at the hands of someone else is.
- Grab a 30-minute massage at Leelawadee for just $25 - choose from traditional Thai or essential foot massage.
- Indulge in half an hour of massage therapy totally dedicated to you.
- Enjoy an inner-city location.
Formerly known as something surly, lazy children would say to their parents, 'Do it Yourself' (DIY), has become a cultural phenomenon. Whether it's building, renovating or gourmet cooking, everyone's on the DIY buzz. Ok then, DIY fans, try giving yourself a soothing, traditional Thai massage. Stop. You look silly. And why would you even bother, with today's brilliant deal.
Grab a luxurious 30-minute traditional Thai massage or essential foot massage at Leelawadee for only $25, and really treat yourself this summer.
Each 30-minute massage therapy session at Leelawadee is designed to ease every ache and pain from your weary and well-deserving body. The traditional Thai massage focuses on acupressure and dry massage, with medium to intense pressure. And the essential foot massage features a cleansing with Thai salts, massage applied to the feet and topped off with a head and shoulder massage.
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