Life is full of bothersome bummer moments and oafish obstacles that trip you up. Whether it’s finding a toad in your half-drunk coffee, being yelled at by the office ogre or fighting with your partner, all passing moments of angst build up like a bottle-top collection; becoming a burden and taking up way too much space. Release that inner-city pressure with a full right-brain therapy session or a 60 minute full-body massage for R99 from Kaleidolife.
Brought to you by Kaleidolife and the Marol Natural Massage Institute, today’s Groupon is ready to get that stress monkey off your back with a choice between an innovative full right-brain therapy or a full-body massage. Both Kaleidolife and the Marol Institute use the holistic approach to relaxing body and mind: Kaleidolife specialises in stress management, massage therapy, couples therapy and pain management while the Marol Institue is dedicated to teaching revolutionary new massage techniques that relax mind, emotions and body.
Don’t let the idea of right-brain therapy give you cold feet. There’s no evil scientist with a white shock of hair picking around you brain with a pen; instead, it’s a different approach to regular “talk therapy” where the focus is usually on the conscious left brain. Here, the focus is primarily on the “all knowing” non-conscious or right brain. While the conscious mind clocks out when you sleep, the non-conscious mind has a 24 hour shift, allowing it all the time in the world to influence your conscious mind; for better or for worse. Right brain therapy works on the spiritual, mental, emotional, social and behavioural aspects while attempting to access the real problem through the non-conscious.
If your problems lie in the muscles rather than the mind, enjoy the ultimate full-body massage from Kaleidolife. Let the friendly and professional therapists strip away your stress and give those knots the knuckle-sandwich they deserve.
Say goodbye to the irksome stress monkey and start again with today’s Groupon.
Stress-free fact: Before boys started flipping their hair, a British massage therapist used to make hard paper-mâché balls to roll along the backs of her clients. Her business closed when she got carried away and spent all her savings trying to build a paper-mâché house to live in.