Reflexology holds the belief that pressure points on your feet are connected to the body’s organs, and a targeted foot massage—if you needed the excuse for one—can rid the body of a variety of ailments. Tempted? These are some of the best places for reflexology in Hong Kong will help you put your best foot forward.
The Peninsula Spa
Awarded by Forbes Travel Guide as 2018 World’s Most Luxurious Spa, The Peninsula Hong Kong offers top-tier relaxation and views across Hong Kong Island’s glittering skyline. Indulge in a 60-minute reflexology massage session, which combines elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine with its luxe spa setting.
After a long day on your feet, there are few better ways to unwind than a foot massage. True to its name, Happy Foot offers relaxing reflexology massages to relieve tension, promote lymphatic drainage, and treat everything from migraines to back pain and hormonal disorders.
Chuan Spa at Cordis
The award-winning spa in the Cordis Hotel, Mongkok, offers TCM-inspired foot massages which use reflexology, acupressure, and traditional herbal remedies to put a spring back in your step.
Gao’s Foot Massage
This warm and welcoming space offers a traditional approach to reflexology in Hong Kong. Its multisensory spa experience includes herbal rose tea and the soothing sounds of chirping birds while your tensions melt away.
The Right Spot
This convenient urban spa in quiet, cool grey concrete does exactly what its name suggest, as they get the best therapists from around town. Besides Chinese acupressure massages for foot and body (as well as sports and lymphatic), staff can also do great toxin-free soft gel mani-pedis.
Ten Feet Tall
This chic sanctuary instantly lifts moods with its colourful accents from their tropical but tranquil interiors. Well known for their private rooms with strong aesthetics and great massages, they also serve detoxing juices, organic teas or refreshing beverages like organic mint, cucumber with soda, as well as seasonal healing Chinese soups, making it the perfect venue for foot massage parties with pals.
Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour
The grand dame of reflexology parlours, Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour is a hit for Tsim Sha Tsui tourists and locals with their dim mood lighting, Chinoiserie interiors of antique screens and carved Chinese doors. Their ultra-comfortable seats also let you lie flat on your back for total relaxation.
B/F, 83 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon | taipanreflexologyparlour.com | 2301-1990
Hong Wai Foot & Body Reflexology Centre
The proficient therapists at this convenient, no-frills venue offer a wide range of treatments from head to toe, such as traditional Chinese medical massages like good reflexology and Tui Na, as well as nail service with quality products. Come after a tiring day, the masseurs know their pressure points to effectively ease aches and relieve stress right away.
12/F, Grand Right Centre, 10 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon | 2366 2348 | 2366 2649
Dim lit, ultra-clean and hushed, this chain of reflexology salons have over 10 locations in different easily accessible districts including Whampoa, Tsuen Wan and Wan Chai. It’s always a convenient drop-in for massage healthcare, with superb service at economical prices, and an army of therapists hand-picked by the company’s boss, a reflexology connoisseur himself.
Multiple locations | puremassage.com.hk
Written & researched by Johannes Pong & Amanda Sheppard