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The healing touch

The vibrations of so-ham fill the empty space as a deep, calm voice playing out on a quaint Marshall radio set recites the chant on loop. There's something inherently cleansing about the process as one submits oneself to the therapist, the peaceful chant spilling over.

While most hotels and resorts today have adopted the spa as a necessary tool to draw city-weary people,

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