Quasimodo was a pretty stressed guy. He had to ring the church bell and stalk a girl from a bell tower and this stress caused his hunchback. He sure could have done with a rejuvenating back and neck massage and Ozone therapy session at Health Synergy for R199.
Without us noticing, everyday stresses collect in our bodies. That is until one day you realise that that niggling pain in the back of your neck isn’t because you slept wrong, it’s because someone stole your parking for the sixteenth day in a row.
The talented and experienced staff at Health Synergy know just how to erase these stress induced aches and pains from your body’s memory. A rejuvenating back and neck massage work out all creaks and relieve tight spots from these areas. Each client’s wellbeing and health is paramount during each session with emphasis placed on prevention and management of the impact that our lifestyles have on our bodies and minds.
Once your back and neck are feeling restored and realigned with your body, it’s time for an Ozone therapy session. This session uses nothing but pure unpolluted oxygen as a medicine. It’s something every human being should experience as most people only breathe about one third of their body’s daily oxygen requirement. This means that the lower half of the lungs aren't utilised, which results in a build-up of toxic acids.
The Ozone therapy session uses an oxygen steam pod in addition with deep breathing exercises to relax and loosen the body’s muscles, boost blood circulation, speed up the metabolic process, aid in the absorption of vitamins and eliminate bacterial and viral infections. Can you say miracle cure? Restore your body’s natural flow in a serene and relaxed environment in the capable hands of Health Synergy’s therapists.
Oxygenated fact: The air in rubber factories is not the best quality. It’s because of this that the factory staff have to line up and breath oxygenated air during their lunch break. Every member of staff also has to sleep with a tyre in their bed so their lungs can get used to the air given off by tyres. If a couple both work in a rubber factory then they have to sleep in separate beds to accommodate the tyres.