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My friend and I came here for a massage today. She had the Swedish massage and I had a Ayurvedic massage. They were very good. The ladies were professional, the price was a little above average for the area I think, but I’m happy to...More
After descending ~8000 feet on the final day of our trek I had some very, very sore muscles. I've been getting massage in Boston for the last year to help alleviate a calf injury and I knew I would need one to help me through...More
I’m sad to see some of the negative reviews here as my experience was truly fantastic with Sagar. I am admittedly a spoiled massage snob and I can truly say that this dude rivals any one I’ve had in the States. I think he really...More
I went to The Helping hands Spa with a friend on 2 occasions in 1 week, we had the Traditional Massage the first time & I we were so impressed, we returned a few days later for a Reflexology foot massage. Sagar worked on my...More
I really appreciate the idea behind this organisation and I wish I could say that I enjoyed the experience but I honestly didn’t. The whole experience was very unprofessional, uncomfortable and felt humiliating. The people massaging us kept laughing and then laughed at us again...More
I have had back problems for years, so needed some treatment while working in Pokhara. Went to the Yes Helping Hands place run by the Deaf/Blind in Lakeside and got a terrific massage from Sagar, a blind guy.
Fully recommend him, and he's very interesting...More
I had some back-pain whilst being in Pokhara so visited Sagar at Helping Hands to see what he could 'do'. I have to say this particular massage was not for the feint hearted - but I had asked him to loosen my lower back which...More