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Day in The Life of An Expat in Mexico – Getting a Massage

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What is it like getting a 250 peso massage as an expat in Mexico? Simple but effective!

As well as, relaxing, calming, peaceful, and wonderful :-)

Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage

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This is probably due to the fact that we found two sisters that are very sweet and very good at their jobs! We see them every two weeks and have a couple’s massage session. The massages have helped Brad tremendously with his lower back pain due to an auto accident in 2010. They help me with my upper back and neck pain due to tension and scoliosis.

You can’t beat the price. 250 pesos at today’s exchange rate is only $13.48. Now keep in mind we pay that per person, so for the two of us it’s 500 pesos or $26.96. That is for a one hour massage. Gotta love it! Enjoy another day in my life as an expat in Mexico, in photos :-)

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Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
Our massage therapy takes place behind that little metal door on the right.
Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
Across the street, there is a little laundromat.
Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
This is the waiting room.
Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
They leave the big door shut and we use the little door in the middle to help block noise from the street. It’s in a busy little neighborhood and across the street from a popular church. Sometimes there is banda music playing next door. Banda music is very disruptive to a good massage and definitely an acquired taste ;-)

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Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
Simple massage room made for two! There is a bathroom behind that mirror on the wall.
Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
One of the sisters made these sheets for the massage tables. The tables are also locally made by carpenters.
Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
My hair is always a mess after a good massage!
Day in The Life of An Expat - Getting a Massage
This is Sandra. She is my therapist. Yulie, her sweet sister, is Brad’s therapist. Not only do we enjoy massages with these ladies but so have at least 10 of our expat friends and family :-) Signing off, Tina

Originally published on August 3, 2018

5 thoughts on “Day in The Life of An Expat in Mexico – Getting a Massage

  1. Glenn Buskirk says:

    My wife and I are in need of a good massage and are currently in Zacapu, but our dentist and optometrist are in Morelia so we are making appointments and will spend a few days there later this month. After reading your post I was wondering is there any way you can share the info for your two sisters massage therapy and how to contact them?
    Thank you very much, Glenn and Maria

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