Lunchtime spa treatments arrive at SensAsia Dubai

Get away from your desk and rejuvenate yourself


If your nine-to-five keeps you tethered to your desk all day, and getting away for a bit of lunch can feel like a bit of a challenge sometimes, then you’ve just got a new reason to free up a few minutes in the middle of the day.

Now that winter is in full flow, weekends are spent in the great outdoors again – whether that be at brunch, or on the beach, or moseying around the city’s great landmarks in a bid to entertain the perennial list of visitors we all get around this time of year. (If you are inundated with visitors at the moment, just take a deep breath and read our list of things to do with guests here.).

So, if full weekend relaxation is becoming as challenging as ever, take a few minutes in the middle of the day to head to SensAsia spas across Dubai, where you can now get express treatments during rush hour to lighten the load and bring you back to life a little.

Whether you’re after a quick back and neck de-stress or a full body massage designed to get rid of those pesky muscle knots, all treatments are available in under 45 minutes, and cost no more than Dhs310.

Treatments are available at the Golden Mile Galleria on the Palm Jumeirah, Souk Al Manzil in Downtown Dubai and The Village in Jumeirah. They can be booked anytime between 10am and 6pm on weekdays – and the best bit? There’s no change of clothes or oils required so it’s a clean, quick and easy process.

The full list of treatments available can be found at

From Dhs135. Sun-Thu 10am-6pm. Various locations including Golden Mile Galleria, Palm Jumeirah,

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