Stars seek solace at Karada
By: The Philippine Star | May 5, 2015
Priscilla Meirelles-Estrada says Karada is her go to place when she feels the need to recharge and heal her body of stress-related discomfort.
MANILA, Philippines - Celebrities who take their health seriously turn to the Karada Japanese Body Therapy Center to effectively heal their body of aches, fatigue, discomfort, and other ailments.
Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa, 64, best remembered for his role as a soul-stealing sorcerer in the martial arts film Mortal Kombat, has long known the importance of body alignment in maintaining inner balance and overall health. The Japanese-American actor is a fan of alternative medicine, citing chiropractic and breathing postural system as his means of keeping in tiptop shape after engaging in sand and water training.
Recently, Tagawa can be seen frequenting Karada at the new Glorietta branch. He has visited Karada several times, he says, and each time, he felt calmer and his posture improved after a treatment session. His favorite services are the foot massage, full body treatment, and AP Balance, which is popular among Karada regulars for its restorative powers centered on the atlas (neck and shoulders), and the pelvis, which is the base of the body.