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  1. I am so going to open one x interesting thread every month. So my interesting thread of the month is this! But need to put some disclaimers, due to this is a public forum and also we have a group of female members, please be tactful and refrain yourself from posting anything that is offensive arh. Let's just make this a positive and interesting topic. So. . . As the title goes, what is your favorite style of massage? Thai Massage? Oil Massage? Swedish Massage? Shiatsu Massage? Reflexology? Hot Stone Massage? Osim Massage Chair?(haha) My own personal take is i kinda like oil massage and reflexology. Oil massge is the oil fragrance and i like the no friction kneading. Reflexology is because i like how it feels after the foot massage. My feet seems very very light! I never tried hot stone before thou. hahah.
  2. Visited Wan Yang for the past one year. Personally i kinda like their service, although most of the time was served by different people in the same outlet (causeway point) but the experience was never disappointing. The shi fu station @ causeway point are well experience and always explain clearly to me what are the do's and don't. Somehow i feel with regular foot reflexology it helps to improve my migraine condition. Sharing my past experience with different outlets/Shi Fu: 師傅: Changi Airport - Anyhow, one of the worst outlet i visited City Square Mall- Good Service and slot are kinda of flexible Ang Mo Kio - Depending on "shi fu" mood Parkway Parade - Very chatty, skill so-so Suntec City - Not too bad, just that its not fully equip at the moment (they are moving). Plaza Singapura - Shi fu skill above average, slot are kinda of flexible. Anyone visited other outlets, care to share more information's?