Over the ages women have been compared to tea bags, princesses and even cheese. However today’s Groupon proves that a woman is more like an arum lily than anything else – treat her to some tender loving care and you’ll see her flourish to become the spectacular centrepiece of any occasion. Nurture your true inner and outer beauty at Arum Health and Beauty, with an African Dumbbell massage for only R150.
When you hear the term African dumbbells do not fret or run for the hills – no weight training or scary personal trainers are involved. Though Arum therapists’ personalities are softer than that of a personal trainer, you’ll find that their hand muscles definitely aren’t. However when the kinks get too tough for even an Arum masseuse’s fingers, it’s time to bring in the heavy artillery - An African Dumbbell.
This not-to-be-used-in-the-gym-dumbbell is a smooth wooden device used to knead out any stress and mould tense muscles. Place these nifty little knobs in the hands of an Arum therapist and you’ve got a treatment that’ll make even a broomstick turn into jelly.
Boasting years of collective experience and quite a few of those strong hands and fingers between them, Arum Health and Beauty is the number one go-to place for every weary and wilted PE flower. Whatever it is that’s got your mind, muscles and knickers in a knot, these masters of relaxation will untangle and knead it into nothingness. In fact it’s rumoured that in their spare time, these ladies attend Girl Scouts to get more acquainted with the various kinds of knots.
An Arum experience Groupon makes the ideal treat for everyone from girl scouts to mothers and grandmothers. Whether you consider yourself an arum lily, a peach blossom or a Venus fly trap, a treatment at Arum Health and Beauty is sure to make you shed dry petals and relax, blossom and bloom.
Flower fact: In the Middle East, people sleep with daisy petals up their noses to cure hay fever. Kind of like a mind-over-matter treatment, these gutsy hay fever sufferers believe that by doing this, they are facing their fears and conquering them. However this treatment is not recommended for chronic snorers.