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Xi Yuan Foot Spa, Singapore

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#55 of 127 in Spas in Singapore
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  • My wife and I just returned from Singapore (for the F1), and thought we'd give these guys a shout-out. My missus and I were physically wrecked. We were only in Singapore for five days and walked over ...  more »
  • I was sore all over when I walked in on the spur of the moment. The premises aren't flash, but after an hour with a very strong masseur, I walked out feeling rejuvenated. Massage was given through a t...  more »
  • This isn't a fancy spa by any means, but if you're looking for a good quality, no frills foot massage, this is a good place to try out.  more »
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  • Finally a good and affordable foot massage. It was between foot massage and reflexology (not painful), I went with a Friend and both our masseuses were qualified. It left us rested. The salon was peaceful and quiet and clean, the masseuses didn’t speak amongst them. Affordable price, possibility of combo (to tell before the massage start like 1h foot and 30min body). Recommended
  • Good experience overall, masseuse had good pressure and skill. Will be back
  • One thing must say .so comfortable overall.
  • LATEST EDIT: Thanks for your honest response, owner. Appreciate it. Will contact again to claim the free session, however different masseur. Please let newcomers take on bit by bit. 45 + 45 too much to start with. Cannot expect customers to pay for their school fees.. And it endangers customer's safety. Thanks. My respect to everyone. ORIGINAL REVIEW: My 3rd visit to Pahang outlet. Sadly, it was utterly disappointing compared to the previous two, so much that i SHORTENED the session & left in discomfort, dissatisfaction & unfulfillment. Paid anyway as it was a good person's labour and time. Opted for the 45 + 45 combo. To be fair, 1st & 2nd visit from past experiences were fantastic - both masseurs in different occasions were skillful, familiar with foot/body meridiens, the strength used strong & consistent, yet not torturously painful, perfecto, hit the spots & ease the aches. They did a really good job. Yesterday 1.1.19 decided to give myself a new year massage. Arrived at around 6.53pm & was assigned to a lady masseur whom i didn't get her name. Her hands were cold - Not sure if she had dinner though (low energy), and perhaps she was too tired after a long day (missing all the spots), plus maybe she herself has weak blood circulation, hence her hands were cold. Felt that on my foot. Having said, the masseur was courteous. She started on my left foot and i took that as a "warm up" for her while i observe her skill. Upon finishing the left foot, i figured out she was lacking in strength, in skill, and unable to hit any of the spots. So i politely requested her to "大力一点" (level up the force) when starting on my right foot, hoping for better performance. She managed to increase the strength but quickly loses stamina after 5min. In the end, felt like 45min of massaging the "skin" , totally undelightful. It was quite frustrating for me already. With her level of skill or demonstrated techique, i felt very worried to even let her start on my back later. I gave her the benefit-of-doubt and let her try. (Dont want to embarrass her by changing to another.) All the way till 20mins (45min Body), i stopped her from massaging my neck (for personal safety reason as she is not up to the job, sorry to say that) and finally cease the session completely. Not only the spots were dearly missed, i suspect she didn't even study where meridiens were, my shoulders are now hurt from the massage as she did not go for the meridien. And for my back she mostly uses blunt elbow force which can be dangerous because of the strength, especially it is near to the spine. To conclude, the entire session foot + body was simply unfulfilling and extremely uncomfortable and irritating. Maybe i shouldnt have gone in the evening when the masseur was exhausted after a long day. But the shop opens 24hr?? I hope the masseurs can be given enough rest, for the well being of them as well as the customers. Also, the techiques of masseurs should be enhanced. Some passion in the job would really do the magic. Understand that it is a laborious job and are quite "shiong" and energy consuming but good standard of techiques should be kept standardised and consistent. This experience is a standalone for now. But the said masseur will continue to serve other customers, maybe some has little or no expectations, but it would be wise for the management to look into matter like this, and ensure staffs get enough rest and training. I remain objective in this review. Thanks. From: A very unsatisfied customer yesterday but looking forward to great new experience in the future.
  • Great, no frills massage place. My therapist Rong was good and strong. Felt better shortly afterwards
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