The therapist I had was called Maria. She instructed me on how to get ready and told me lay down on the massage table. Before doing so, I took a sneaky picture of the treatment room. As you can see, the Eastern theme continues in the decor and the massage table was super comfortable. I have never had a massage before, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I did feel quite self conscious and rather exposed to begin with, but as soon as the massage started, all my worries melted away. I felt so relaxed throughout the massage and I have to admit, I may have fallen asleep a little... The best bit of the massage was when Maria did my upper back and neck. I think I hold a lot of tension there from uni life (on clinics), the gym and my poor posture so it was nice to have that area massaged to release any tension. There wasn't any talking throughout the massage as I think it would detract away from the relaxing atmosphere and personally, I prefer this as I am not a fan of making awkward small talk. I left feeling completely relaxed and happy. When I left, my skin was a little oily from the massage oil as it hadn't sunk into my skin completely, but over the course of the day, it sunk in and left my skin feeling soft.
I honestly don't have anything bad to say about my experience and I would definitely recommend 'At One Day Spa' to anyone that wants to be pampered. I am officially a convert and will definitely be treating myself to more massages or spa deals from Wahanda in the future.
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Thank you for reading. xoxo, Joy
*I was kindly offered to review a massage deal by Wahanda. This does not change my opinion and as always, my reviews are 110% honest.