Just for the Men! Exclusive Treatments at Breeze Spa

| October 5, 2015 | 0 Comments
Getting pampered is not just for the ladies. Men can also indulge in treatments at Breeze Spa, designed exclusively for the male physique with a masculine twist to fit what they want and need. Breeze-Spa-treatment-for-men_low-resThe daily pressures from work and/or vigorous exercise can leave a man’s body sore and weary. With a variety of lifestyles, Breeze Spa’s range of treatment will target symptoms that could arise from excessive stress, travel and exercise.

For men stuck in the 9-to-5 routine, the Workaholics Reprieve is the one-stop solution, focusing on the back, neck, shoulders and head. This massage uses high-pressure techniques to work out all the tension build-ups.

After a long business trip or trekking adventure, the As Good As New treatment is ideal! Using a combination of powerful techniques from Thailand and China, this massage specialises in giving relief to every last bit of tension that has been stored throughout the body, from head to toe.

And for those suffering after a little too much exercising, the Work It Out treatment should not be missed. Following an ancient technique, heated volcanic stones are expertly glided over the body as the heat from the stones is slowly released into the muscles, promoting circulation and alleviating aches, sending guests into a deep state of relaxation.

Each of the treatments for men at Breeze Spa starts from 1,620 THB (161 QAR) to 5,400 THB (540 QAR). They are available across all Breeze Spa locations in Thailand and overseas, including Amari Watergate Bangkok, Amari Pattaya, Amari Hua Hin, Amari Vogue Krabi, Amari Phuket and Amari Doha Qatar. For more information, please visit www.breeze-spa.com.

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