Save up to 56% on an Indian head and shoulder massage or an Indian full body massage at Aesthetic Clinic

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  • Save up to 56% on an Indian head and shoulder massage or an Indian full body massage
  • Professional therapists
  • Friendly staff
  • Soothing ambience
  • Ideal as a gift

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  • Valid for 6 months
  • Booking essential and subject to availability: 013 752 4048 or info@nelspruitdentist.co.za
  • Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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Heads provide homes for four of the five senses, make good subjects for photographs and are the only suitable companions for tails. Thank your head for duties well done with one of today’s Groupons. Choose from the following:

  • Pay R99 for a 30-minute Indian head and shoulder massage, valued at R200
  • Pay R199 for a 90-minute Indian full body massage, valued at R450

Armed with hands more nimble than pool noodles, the therapists at Aesthetic Clinic are able to heal bodies accordingly. With the 30-minute Indian head massage working on both physical and psychological levels, the treatment has a de-stressing effect on the whole body. Improving the blood flow to the head and neck, the distribution of nutrients is increased, encouraging healing throughout your form and making you feel refreshed and revitalised.

Alternatively, let the Eastern limb specialists take to your body with the 90-minute Indian full body massage which increases circulation and encourages an all-round feeling of wellbeing. The therapy stimulates total relaxation and revitalisation, while helping to ease joint pain. Also said to be good for arthritis and de-toxing treatments, you’ll walk out feeling better than when the vending machine gives you two items instead of one.

Massage Fact: Indian head massage was said to have originated when a bird dropped an egg on an Indian villager’s head. When his wife tried to remove it, the techniques she used encouraged all-round good feelings in the villager’s form, and the woman eventually decided to open her own massage parlour.
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