Pay R85 for an Indian head and shoulder massage at Healing Journey, valued at R175 (save 51%)
- 51% off an Indian head and shoulder massage
- The ideal stress-relieving treatment
- Unblock any congested energy flows
- Enjoy an instant and non-evasive revival
- Ideal as a gift or for yourself
- Groupon redeemable for 12 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Booking essential: 076 391 8512
- Hours: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 to 17:00; alternate times can be booked by appointment
Whether it’s finding a bug in your half-drunk morning coffee, standing on a snail or fretting over the lady who gave you the stink-eye while taking your parking place; life is full of silly little moments that you let bother you. Release that pent-up negative energy and replenish your vitality with a stress-relieving Indian head and shoulder massage at Healing Journey for R85.
Banish those “bummer” moments with the help of Healing Journey and their qualified holistic therapists. Let the memories of past road rage incidents and snail funerals melt away as magical healing hands stroke away stress and knead away stubborn knots.
The Indian head massage is an age-old stress-relieving treatment which is said to unblock congested energy flows. The massage works on areas that are affected by mental and emotional stress, so that feeling of frustration where you imagine you might just explode; yep, your negative energy is the traffic jam and you’re the driver banging your fists on the wheel.
The scalp, shoulder and facial massage clears the blockages in the body’s energy channels that cause the build-up of negative energy. This build-up can lead to anything from stress and pain to bad circulation and sinus problems. Some say that the Indian massage brings instantaneous relief and can also enhance the senses and promote memory and clear thinking. Yes, it’s that sensational.
Drag those laborious limbs to Healing Journey for a treatment that’ll banish all signs of road rage or this morning’s coffee á la cockroach.
Hands-on fact: At a carnival in Salem’s Lot, clowns and carnival workers took to massaging each other’s faces because of all the smiling they had to do. Visitors saw them doing it and were impressed, giving them the idea to open their own massage parlour called “Carnie’s Corner”.