Hubby and I tried out Blue Water Day Spa’s Foot Reflexology service inside their exclusive Spa Theatre a few days ago.
It was a weekday evening. There weren’t too many people around. After registering at the reception, we were both ushered in our respective locker rooms. I was assigned to locker number 15. When I opened it, there was a neatly folded robe, towel, and a pair of shorts waiting for me. There was also a pair of blue Havaianas which I was to use while in the spa areas. It was even my size. Perfect!
Before changing into the robe and shorts, I proceeded to check out the rest of the locker room. It was immaculately clean and everything you could possibly need is within reach. Aside from the showers and the toilet areas, there’s even a sauna.
Since we wanted to experience the Spa Theatre, we went for Foot Reflexology (P550 per person). Foot Reflexology is the only treatment that can be done in the Spa Theatre. Basically, you choose a movie that you want to watch and they’ll play it for you on the big screen when you start your massage. Movies are picked on a first-come, first-served basis, so if someone beats you to the punch, you’ll have to watch their film of choice.
Foot Reflexology combines a foot spa and a body massage, but as the name suggests it is more focused on your feet and legs. After your feet and lower limbs are scrubbed and massaged, the therapist will make you sit up so she can work on your back, neck, shoulders, and head. All this while you watch a movie and enjoy your drink of choice. Foot Reflexology lasts for about an hour, but you can stay and finish the movie even after it’s done. While a full-body massage where you can lie down and sleep is still admittedly more soothing, this is a great way to de-stress. It’s also perfect if you’ve been walking or standing all day and need to relieve your feet and legs.