According to unfounded claims by a monkey, when humans go without a massage for more than six months it increases their risk of losing their minds. Jungle reports have recorded instances where women have thrown staplers at inanimate objects, men have run around flapping their arms like a giant flightless bird and business managers have dug holes in the floor to escape from the office. Stay sane this festive season with one of the following from Sheena’s Nail and Beauty:
- Pay R125 for a full body aromatherapy or Swedish massage, valued at R280
- Pay R139 for a full body Swedish massage or an aromatherapy massage including a Brazilian manicure, valued at R410
For the tired body and exhausted mind,
awaken your senses with a glorious full body aromatherapy massage or a full
body Swedish massage. Similar to a
regular massage, but with highly concentrated plant or essential oils added to
the massage oil or lotion, the aroma massage has different and more effective
healing properties. Allow the qualified massage therapist to adorn your
stressed exterior with essential oils and sweet smelling scents. By inhaling and absorbing the oils, the
effective healing properties alleviate stress while providing you with a
relaxing and revitalising massage experience.
If you like your massages like you like your
coffee – strong and revitalising, then enjoy a full body Swedish massage; a special
massage that uses five different styles of strokes. Sounding eerily similar to Euro-pop dance
moves, the strokes include a sliding and gliding, a rhythmic tapping with a
little bit of friction and finally a vibration or shaking technique.
While Brazil is known for its slamming music, beautiful women and miraculous blow-dries, take home another piece of Brazil and enjoy a Brazilian Keratin manicure. This all natural treatment is completely free of substances that may cause allergies and is a great treatment for both men and women. Using ingredients like keratin and calcium, the manicure brings moisture back to your nails and hands while promoting nail growth and preventing breakage.Muscle-melting fact: In Jakarta, the local farmers were superstitious of what they referred to as a “loud annoying noise” that came from the surrounding woods; calling it the call of the gnomes. They later found out that it was coming from a local salon that specialised in Indonesian folk-singing massage.