Here's What to Expect When You Book a Home-Service Massage During Quarantine
Massage therapists are required to be tested beforehand.
(SPOT.ph) So you've been in quarantine for months now working from home, cooking your own food every day, constantly cleaning your house—we bet you could really use a massage. In case you didn't know, it's still possible to get a home-service massage amidst the pandemic: Massage MNL has adjusted their practices to make sure you and their therapists stay safe throughout the session.
Massage MNL offers popular massages services like hot stone massage, Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, and more as well as specialized massages such as sports massage, prenatal massage, and lactation massage among others. No matter which one you'd want to avail of, their massage therapists follow strict protocols each time they visit your home.
Once you've booked your massage, the therapist will arrive in full PPE with a medical certificate showing a negative COVID-19 test result. You will be required to fill out a health declaration form before the service starts. From there, the therapist will disinfect themselves and change into a fresh set of clothes before beginning the massage. Note that you have to provide your own clean towels and linen and that only you and the masseuse can be in the room for the massage. The therapist will wear a mask and face shield for the entire duration of the service while you are only required to have a mask on when lying on your back facing the therapist.
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To book a massage, contact Massage MNL at 0916-798-8656 or 0928-628-2778. You can check out their full price list online.
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In case you're still iffy about getting a home-service massage but you're constantly suffering from soreness or tension on the body, check out these handy self-massage tools you can shop now:
SKLZ Accustick Self Massage Stick (P1,099) from Chris Sports
This massage stick from Chris Sports has curves, corners, and points designed to let you get to hard-to-reach areas, so you can easily massage your tight muscles and release tension. The ball tip lets you press on knots to help loosen tight muscles and improve circulation. You can use the self-massage stick on your back, calves, thighs, and more.
GRID X® Foam Roller (P3,699) from Triggerpoint
What you’re looking at might just be your new BFF. The GRID X Foam Roller is Triggerpoint’s firmest foam roller, perfect for those who love a good deep tissue massage. It’s designed to loosen tight spots, roll out knots, and reduce muscle pain while improving your mobility. You can use it to massage your back, calves, hamstrings, quadriceps, and lats.
Available on Lazada.
PTP Triflex Set (P940) from Toby’s
Don’t underestimate what these tiny things can do. This PTP Triflex set from Toby’s makes it easier to target knots and trigger points so you can relieve your muscles from pain, wherever you may be. It has a bent-finger design which mimics the action used in therapeutic massages and you can even adjust the pressure level by switching between the soft and firm sides.