Massages may be the best thing to come into our Hong Kong lives since the opening of the South Island Line (Ocean Park in 10 minutes? Yes please). Just as relaxing as watching a dolphin lazily zoom around, massages will leave you feeling relaxed and invigorated. For the stressed and tired, and if you live or work in Causeway Bay you are probably extremely stressed and tired, a cheeky massage can make the week that much easier.
Found in Hong Kong’s hotspots of stress, Mong Kok Tsim Sha Tsui, and Causeway Bay, Moon Zone brings the best of Chinese massage methods and mixes it in with Western magic. With a highly professional team and a number of amazing treatments, Moon Zone has something for everyone to be over the moon about.
With a more relaxed and casual vibe, you can look forward to a clean salon and friendly staff who love nothing more than a chat. The reflexology treatments seem to hit all the sore spots, and the staff seem to know exactly where you need a good massage without even asking (psychic? maybe).
Bloom Me Loves: Traditional Oriental Foot Reflexology & Rose Foot Spa (45 minutes)- $198
Not for the hyper ticklish, this reflexology massage is the perfect workout for tired tootsies. Reflexology can be a little painful for first timers, but be sure to tell the therapist what works for you and what you need to feel your best. The rose foot spa will also leave you wondering why you don’t bathe in roses more often, and will have you tempted to greet each person of the day with a friendly “smell my feet, they smell like roses”.
1F, 537 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
Specialising in Thai massages, Zen Massage will give you just that: a zen massage. With large plush purple sofas and a candle lit interior, this spa gives you one of the most authentic Thai treatments outside of Thailand. Super close to Victoria Park and Sogo, the location of this spa means that after you are finished being pampered, you can either get back to nature or get back to shopping with a clear mind and a knot free body.
Bloom Me Loves: Traditional Thai Massage (45, 60, or 90 minutes)- $268/308/438
Let’s get back to basics, and the Thai Massage at Zen Massage is the definition of perfection simplified. You’ll be stretched, massaged, cupped, and doted upon during a 45, 60, or 90 minute session. Not only does this treatment relax, it can also help joint flexibility and mobility. How can you say no?
Flat B, 4/F, Hyde Park Mansion, 53 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay
Next door to Zen Massage is another place of tranquility and 10/10 massages. With top of the range equipment and cutting edge technology, 10/10 Space is your new go-to spot for a fancy massage. The salon only takes bookings for women for massages, but they also offer other treatments such as facials, hair treatments, and makeup services. With a clean white interior and treatment rooms to die for, what else could you wish for in a spa.
Bloom Me Loves: Deep Tissue Massage (75 or 90 minutes)- $980/$1,380
Get in there nice and deep like. A deep tissue massage is the best thing you will do to your body this week. With scented oils and masseuses with hands from God, the Deep Tissue Massage will work through stress and anxiety that you didn’t even know you had. Bring along some weights to hold you down afterwards because this session will leave you wanting to float away.
Flat B, 1/F Fairview Mansion, No. 51 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay
Blossom – The Secret Garden
With the cutest name you’ll ever come across, Blossom is so darn adorable that it will leave you with warm fuzzies for days afterwards. Nestled on Jardine Crescent, this oasis in a sea of skyscrapers has some amazing views and some of the plushiest sofas in Hong Kong. You’ll be greeted with garden decorations and a big smile from the friendly staff, leave your worries at the door and get on that massage table for a treat. The treatment rooms are very minimalistic and chic, and it can get a little chilly so bring a nice big jumper to snuggle into after your appointment.
Blossom are very strict on arrival time, so make sure you are there 10 minutes before your appointment so you don’t miss out.
Bloom Me Loves: Foot Massage (60 minutes)- $260
This invigorating massage involves 50 minutes of precise massaging and a 10 minute milky foot bath that you didn’t know you needed in your life but will soon wonder how you lived without it.
1/F, Lin Fook House, 3 Jardine Crescent, Causeway Bay
Wassup massage peeps? This groovy spa has very fancy high-tech treatments in a luxurious and stylish environment. With unique treatments such as the Bamboo Body Massage and the Ultra 3G Non-Polar RF treatment, Wasser Beauty is your new favourite high-tech salon. This spa has a super long list of treatments so there is something for everyone, and with a huge salon space like Wasser’s you’ll forget you’re in Causeway Bay at all.
Bloom Me Loves: Hot Stone Massage (20 minutes)- $280
Imagine popping out of the office for lunch, having enough time to enjoy your food and then also enjoy a massage? How good is that? The hot stone massage lasts around 20 minutes, which gives you enough time to unwind without feeling like you’ve spent hours away from the world. As a bonus, you could book another treatment for straight afterwards, it’s your lunch break so you can do what you want!
1st Floor, Regent Heights, 11-17 Tung Lo Wan Road, Causeway Bay
Amooma Spa & Sanctuary
Say it with us: Namaste. With some of the best facilities in Hong Kong and a sense of reaching nirvana as soon as you enter the room, Amooma truly is a sanctuary for weary travellers. The interior of this spa will have you feeling like you just stepped of a beach in Bali and the dark wooden interior seems to have a calming effect that no cup of chamomile can quite reach. Using natural herbs and scents to set the mood for your massage, Amooma specialise in herb ball massages, acupoint massages, and hot stone treatments to name a few. A few of the treatments are women only, so be sure to check with the salon as to whether your treatment is right for you.
Bloom Me Loves: Aromatic Herb Ball Massage 60/90 mins- $738/$938
Using a combination of herbs such as lemongrass, Thai ginger, and turmeric, this massage uses the herbs wrapped in a steamed muslin cloth to work through your aches and pains. This hot ball “of herbs is great for those looking for a more holistic approach to massages, and leaves you smelling as good as a day at the park in Spring time.
12/F, 492 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
Looking to take your peace and tranquility to another level? Why not check out our guide to Mindfulness in Hong Kong and find your next yoga session or meditation centre. It’s time to become the peaceful hippie you were born to be.
Massages may be the best thing to come into our Hong Kong lives since the opening of the South Island Line (Ocean Park in 10 minutes? Yes please). Just as relaxing as watching a dolphin lazily zoom around, massages will leave you feeling relaxed and invigorated. For the stressed and tired, and if you live…