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Experiencing Ganbanyoku Hot Stone Therapy

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It could be age. It took me 2 weeks to re-adjust my biological clock to wake up at 6am after a good break of 6 weeks (school holiday). I still dread waking up at 6am but it is getting better than 2 weeks before. I still couldn’t sleep earlier. So my back suffered, due to this lack of sleep.  Fortunately, I was invited to Ganbanyoku, the hot stone therapy in Far East Plaza. 

Ganbanyoku is also known as “Rock Bathing” in Japanese, uses precious magma stones from Japan to heat the body from outside in. The heated stones release Far Infared Rays (FIR) and negative ions to speed up the release of toxins through perspiration. The body’s acupressure points are also stimulated when they come into contact with the heated stones which help to alleviate joint, muscular and nerve pain. A 6-minute session is enough to help detox and rejuvenate. It is suitable for children as young as 12 to senior citizens.

When I first met Greta Ng, founder of Ganbanyoku, I couldn’t believe she is alre…

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