Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa: Stress-breaker

Kenko, popularly known for its Reflexology and Fish therapy, had opened its branch in Chennai’s largest shopping venue, Express Avenue. Kenko, which means ‘healthy’ in Japanese, has its headquarters in Singapore and is very popular all over Malaysia and Indonesia.

Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa: Stress-breaker

Offering a range of wellness treatments to pamper, nourish and rejuvenate a harmonious balance of energy, addresses the need and demands of highly stressed lifestyles of customers.

When asked about how this Spa is unique from the other Spa’s prevalent in Chennai, Ajit Menon, COO of Kenko Reflexology and Fish Spa said, “Kenko is not your ordinary Spa which offers the usual therapies. It is a proper Reflexology Spa which offers thoughtfully designed treatments. Plus, we are offering something which is new to the city. It is pure science and not magic”.

The interiors of the Spa are designed in such a way that the elements exist in their restful tropical overtones with soft mood lighting and soothing music. Head Acupressure, Aromatic head Massage, Shoulder and Back Massage, Harmony Body Massage for women, Ear Candling, Head to Toe massage and Fish Spa are some of the signature treatments offered in Kenko Spa. “I have never had such a soothing and remarkable experience in any other Spa so far. Right from its astonishing ambience to the facilities offered and the staff employed, Kenko just has everything that can be expected out of a Spa” said Richa Kapoor, Designer.

On the whole, Kenko Reflexology and Fish Spa is where one has to heed to escape the day’s stresses through a soothing and refreshing therapy either at the Massage Suite or the gurgling Fish Spa!


Published On : Nov 24, 2010


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