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Rin's Traditional Thai Massage

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Published August 28th 2013
Massage Away Winter Flu Symptoms
Thai Massage, massage, Mornington, Mornington Peninsula
Preventative health the Thai way

Rin's Traditional Thai Massage is surely the best way to recover from winter flu pains and aches. I bypassed the local chemist hoping to find a more natural approach to recovery from over a week of flu. Apparently I'm lucky to be on my feet given I have heard many have been suffering for a lot longer.

Rin's Thai massage style promised an improvement in my well-being and the ability to promote circulation, vitality, relation, flexibility and general health. I went to Rin's with a multitude of winter ailments including blocked sinuses, facial pain, neck and back pain from lying down and absolutely no clarity of thought. I have only just had this massage and I'm now comfortably sitting at my computer with only a very small amount of discomfort.

I was laid down in a large recliner and ordered the 'head and neck' massage. Tiger Balm Oil was offered which I gratefully accepted as I knew it would assist in breathing as well as easing muscle ache. My masseur was a genius. She found pressure points in my neck and arms and skilfully rubbed until the flu symptoms resided and I was nearly asleep in the big chair.

I can fully recommend Rin's for a pleasant and professional Thai massage, particularly if you are recovering from ill health. Their focus was on taking their time and ensuring I was fully satisfied with their work.

Rin's Traditional Thai Massage is moving to No. 5 Barrett Lane, Mornington, opposite The Cheesecake Shop on Monday the 9th of September 2013.

Thai massage in Mornington
Soon to be near The Cheesecake Shop
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Why? Because it is also important to be kind to yourself especially when unwell.
When: Mon to Fri 9am to 5.30pm, Sat 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm
Phone: 59736144
Where: Mornington Village Shopping Centre
Cost: From only $15
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