Think of enmasse as the sushi of massage. It’s healthy, fulfilling, relaxing and above all it’s convenient and “served” in a unique and authentic yet aesthetically appealing space. Massage is seen as an ad hoc pleasure in the East whereas spas and “wellness centres” have made it something you have to plan in our Western cities, like a weekend away. It is associated with getting away from it all, rather than simply going for one. Massage areas are often isolated and play Music Of The Southern Right Whale Vol. 2 or Forest Sounds Revisited On Pan Pipe giving the illusion of relaxation rather than any actual muscle related unwinding, which is what massage is all about. enmasse invites you to simply walk in and enjoy the benefits of a real Thai oil-free massage in comfortable linen clothing.
Let’s say you’ve worked hard on a project over a weekend and to celebrate go out on the Monday night. Feeling a little worse for wear on a Tuesday you phone up a friend to meet somewhere for dinner. You could do with a massage. It’s a pretty well accepted fact that most people almost always feel like they could do with a massage but as they’re seen as a treat for a weekend away at a spa most people never act on it. Here’s where enmasse comes in. You leave the office and have a few hours to kill. You walk into the beautiful old building. A receptionist greets you and of course there’s a massage available. You hand in your suit and move through to an area awash with sofas and a “tea tree” containing over 40 exotic teas. You settle down and order your favourite combination or try something new.