In spite of the weather heating up, I still feel a bit under the weather. On second thought, it’s because of the fickle weather. Eager to shed the layers, I hung my winter coat in the closet when the sun was shining, but took that coat back out the following day when the wild gusts started blowing. When will the weather behave?!
Luckily, Beijingers have Hummingbird.
For anyone else feeling under the weather, I recommend the Aromatic Hot Stone Massage; it will soothe you from head to toe. A therapist prepares Balinese stones in muslin with spices; main ingredients include cinnamon and ginger. The bags are then soaked in warm oil and shea butter (or essential oils – optional) for ten minutes. Then for either 90 minutes or 120, the therapist uses the hot stones to relieve muscle tension, increase circulation and exfoliate your skin. Coupled with a deep tissue massage, the massage treatment will have you feeling like a whole new person.
Whether you’re looking to alleviate some tension, sore muscles or just indulge in some luxury, do your mind and body a favor by booking a 90-minute Aromatic Hot Stone Massage session (RMB 980) or a 120-minute one (RMB 1,280) – available at The Wellness Spa.
Readers should stay tuned to our upcoming Midweek Giveaway every Wednesday for prizes. You might be the lucky reader who wins a Hummingbird spa voucher!
About The Wellness Spa by Hummingbird
Services include massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and waxing treatments. Perks at the expansive new facility include an expresso bar and lounge, a custom-made Ayurvedic massage bed, a Veda Indian massage room, a VIP room, and the Azalea Suite, which comes with champagne, and a fruit and chocolate platter. The spa uses all-natural, organic massage oils and products from around the world.