Home massage services in Singapore
There are mainly 2 reasons why most of us crave a body massage – either our bodies are sore from slouching over the computer all day or we just need a self-care pamper sesh. And, nothing’s better than getting that much-needed relief right in the comfort of your home.
We’re talking about home massage services. They’ll bring a portable bed, fresh sheets, and all the products needed such as oils and scrubs. So, the next time you want to stay in, consider these home massage services to make your stay-at-home day even more relaxing.
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Home massage services in Singapore1. Urban Company – Rave reviews from 14,000+ bookings2. Aleyda Mobile Spa – Uses aromatherapy & coffee scrubs3. Outcall Spa – Available till 2am4. Solehouse – Same-day bookings5. Health2u – Sports massages & physiotherapy6. Massage On The Go – Available at any location, including hotels7. Theraply – Prenatal & postpartum massages8. Joyre TCMedi Spa – Uses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)9. iMassage – Get a massage within 60 minutes
1. Urban Company – Rave reviews from 14,000+ bookings
Booking a stranger to massage you at home can be iffy, so knowing that your masseuse comes highly recommended should come as a relief both for your back and peace of mind. That’s what you’ll get with Urban Company, which has an average rating of 4.9 stars from more than 14,000 reviews.
Image credit: @urbancompany_sg via Instagram
A full-body massage starts from $89 for a 60-minute Swedish massage. If your body is riddled with aches and sores, we recommend trying the Chinese Tuina or Deep Tissue massages (from $99 for 60 minutes) that target joints and muscles.
An hour goes by in a snap when you’re in full relaxation mode, so add on treatments like a 20-minute head and shoulder massage or foot reflexology for $35 each.
Contact: Urban Company website
2. Aleyda Mobile Spa – Uses aromatherapy & coffee scrubs
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Aleyda Mobile Spa recreates that spa atmosphere in your home with refreshing scents, relaxing music, and fresh linens. The Smooth & Soothe ($269) massage incorporates a coffee scrub to reduce inflammation and a 90-minute signature aromatherapy body massage to ease stress. So, you know you’re getting the good stuff.
You can also choose from other massages like the Full-Body Massage (from $179 for 90 minutes), or the Back Rub & Foot Reflexology (from $179 for 90 minutes) for a more focused session.
Contact: 8668 7652 | Aleyda Mobile Spa website
3. Outcall Spa – Available till 2am
Image credit: The Outcall Spa via Google Maps
It’s late at night and you need a massage ASAP – The Outcall Spa is the service to call. If you’re lucky enough to score a same-day booking, their masseuse will be on their way to you within the next hour or so. Although their last booking’s at 10.30pm, they operate till 1am on weekdays and 2am on weekends.
Their Signature Massage (from $238 for 90 minutes) helps to relieve your pain points, while the Deep Tissue massage (from $238 for 90 minutes) untangles your body knots, so take your pick.
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4. Solehouse – Same-day bookings
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If you’re looking for a last-minute home massage fix, book a session with Solehouse. They’ve got same-day bookings that start from 2pm, so you’re not far from your long-awaited massage.
Treat yourself to a Foot Reflexology ($125 for 60 minutes), Full Body ($155 for 60 minutes) or Back, Neck, Shoulder ($145 for 60 minutes) session. Although they only offer these 3 main services, you can also opt for their 90-minute Mix And Match package (from $185 for 90 minutes) to choose any of the 2 massages for a bundle price.
Contact: 9635 6721 | Solehouse website
5. Health2u – Sports massages & physiotherapy
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Health2u isn’t like your typical home spa massage service; they’ve got therapists specially trained for sports massages and physiotherapy. And no, you don’t need to be an athlete to get their Sports Massage (from $175 for 45 minutes). The treatment itself relieves muscle spasms and body pain, and basically massages the entire body to improve strength and flexibility.
Those recovering from injuries and who can’t step out often would want to look at Health2u’s home physiotherapy services. These start from $145 for a 30-minute session and plans are customised according to your needs.
Contact: 8358 2144 | Health2u website
6. Massage On The Go – Available at any location, including hotels
Massage on the go setup during a yacht event.Image credit: @massageonthegosg via Instagram
True to its name, Massage On The Go lets you enjoy a massage wherever you are. You’ll be able to book a massage from your home, hotel room, and even for parties and events.
Services range from a 90-minute Sleep Well Massage ($180) to quick 15-minute body massages for larger groups. If you’re keen to book them for your next event, simply enquire with the team to find out the rates.
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7. Theraply – Prenatal & postpartum massages
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Carrying a child and tending to newborns is definitely no easy feat, so to all the preggo ladies and new mummies, this one’s for you. Theraply is one of the few home massage services that specialises in prenatal and postpartum massages.
For the soon-to-be moms, go for the 60-minute Prenatal Massage ($150) that aids to reduce muscle tension and improve blood circulation in your body. There’s also Postnatal ($150 for 75 minutes) and Lactation (from $150) Massages as part of afterbirth care to treat yourself.
Contact: 9199 4189 | Theraply website
8. Joyre TCMedi Spa – Uses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Image credit: Joyre TCM Home Massage via Google Maps
Joyre TCM Home Massage incorporates TCM in their home massages, so you’re getting the best of both worlds. They use their own special massage oil that’s infused with Chinese medicinal herbs.
Go for the Meridian Tuina Massage (from $138 for 60 minutes) to relieve body and muscle aches, or the Meridian Tuina Scalp Massage (from $138 for 60 minutes) that’ll help with headaches and insomnia. There’s also a couples massage package at $238 for partners looking to do an hour-long session together – idea for your next anniversary?
Contact: 9230 0355 | Joyre TCM Home Massage website
9. iMassage – Get a massage within 60 minutes
Just like Apple’s instant messaging service, iMassage sends a masseuse to your doorstep almost instantly – well, within 60 minutes anyway. Of course, they will come fully equipped with a massage bed, towels, and even some relaxing music to elevate your home massage experience. All you have to do is text them to book a slot.
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A 60-minute massage here starts from $178 and they’ve got multiple treatments available like Thai and Swedish massages as well as Deep Tissue rubs. You can even request for other services like cupping ($30) and hot stones ($50) as add-ons to your massage.
If the kids are home too, consider the Mobile Package A (from $80 for 1 hour) where both you and your child get massages and facials together.
Contact: 8884 6058 | iMassage website
Book a home massage service
At the end of the day, a massage will not only do good for your body but also offer some mental relief. They reduce muscle tension and help you sleep better. So, book yourself a masseuse, sit back, relax and enjoy these massages in the comfort of your own home.
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Cover image adapted from: @theraply via Instagram, The Outcall Spa via Google Maps, Aleyda Mobile SpaOriginally published1 16th July 2023. Last updated by Raewyn Koh on 16th August 2023.