Pay R65 instead of R150 for an Indian head massage at Beauty Connection (save 57%)
- Save 57% on an Indian head massage
- Rejuvenating and relaxing
- Soothing and tranquil ambience
- Skilled professionals
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 4 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 041 583 3368
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
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- Cancellation policy applies
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 today’s Groupon: an Indian head massage for R65 at Beauty connection.
Cosily located in Port Elizabeth’s pleasant Summerstrand district, Beauty Connection holds the gentle demeanour of a passive Zen monkey. The serene ambience of the interior is directly translated to the spa’s exterior with solid mushroom paint strokes on placid walls to calm and envelope their clients. Clients are invited inside with arms wide open and lips stretched from ear to ear by therapists who’ll proceed to indulge heads in enchanting therapies.
Working on both physical and psychological levels, the techniques used in Indian head massage have a de-stressing effect on the whole body. By massaging particular points on your noggin’, energies are rebalanced and relaxation ensues. Using top quality products and top quality hands, the therapy will improve the blood flow to the head and neck, increasing the distribution of nutrients and encouraging healing throughout your form. Providing your head with an all-round soothing experience, you’re bound to feel better than when that slow car driving in front of you finally switches lanes. Heads and other body parts are also more likely to feel significantly revitalised, refreshed and tension-free.
Head-Bumping Fact: It was in a happy valley in Waddiville that residents decided they needed to alert the powers-that-be whenever someone bumped their head on the low ceilings of the town hall. Their method involved sending puffs of smoke into the air in the hopes that the mayor, who lived in a zeppelin in the sky, would give them the funds to renovate.
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