Shinta Mani Hotels train and employ blind massage therapists to support local blind community in Siem Reap

Shinta Mani Hotels train and employ blind massage therapists to support local blind community in Siem Reap

Shinta Mani Hotels in Siem Reap, Cambodia are known for their philanthropy through their Shinta Mani Foundation and its many activities to help the less fortunate through its three pillars of education, healthcare and direct assistance.

They recently introduced a programme to train and employ local blind massage therapists to work in the hotels’ Spa, so they can earn a living and support themselves and their families.

There are currently two blind male therapists who have been trained to do the Signature Oil Massage, a traditional Khmer Massage and a relaxing Foot Massage.  There is a 24 hour advance notice period to book the blind therapists.

This is an excerpt from an article first published by Global Travel Media. Read the original article here: Shinta Mani Hotels train and employ blind massage therapists to support  local blind community in Siem Reap. 


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