Sheep are known to follow the flock, as is the case with humans. If anyone learns of a small book sale somewhere, a stampede towards the poor unsuspecting shop owner is inevitable. De Oude Kraal Country Estate and Spais a place worth rushing to for a one hour Woolgathering Daydream Aromatherapy full body massage and a Jacuzzi or sauna session for R200.
De Oude Kraal Country Estate and Spa is situated on a Merino sheep farm. This grand Free State spa will offer you an unforgettable spa experience and has exceptional facilities that cater for holistic health treatments and relaxation. The qualified and friendly staff will pamper you like royalty.
This fabulous place is uniquely and aptly decorated with Marino sheep as the main theme throughout the spa, as is evident in the spa’s décor, spa treatment names, spa treatment rooms, textures and colour schemes. There’s nothing sheepish about this remarkable retreat.
Jump into your swimsuit for an ultimate Jacuzzi or sauna experience. It is beneficial to use the Jacuzzi or sauna before your soothing massage as it warms up your body and loosens your strained muscles. The Jacuzzi is a form of spa hydro therapy, which is a method of healing through water. This hydro treatment will increase your metabolism, relieve painful joints and muscles, and any other aches and pains you might have.
The sauna is also another option if you don’t want to get your little toes wet. This luxurious session will help the increase of blood and lymph circulation, and it will ease any aching muscles you might have. The steam will also open up your pores which will help the absorption of aromatic oils during your massage.
Indulge yourself with a one hour Woolgathering Daydream Aromatherapy full body massage. You’ll soon be floating away on the softest woolly cloud hovering in the heavens. The therapist will blend oils to match your individual requirements. The therapeutic properties of the essential oils offer the added extra boost to your stress-melting experience and will make you grin like a buck-toothed goat jumping merrily up and down on a haystack.
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