It was recently found that the Swedish have far less trouble with their keyboards and calculators than other countries. This is because of Swedish fingers’ natural ability to massage and provide relaxation. Enjoy a Swedish full body massage at Spacube for R180 and feel as happy and relaxed as a Swedish calculator.
During a massage, the Spacube therapist applies massage oil to relax the body, smooth the skin and prevent skid marks. Though most of Spacubes’ therapists are proudly South African, you’d swear they were born and bred in Sweden. With a thorough knowledge of all the Swedish massage techniques like kneading, friction, stretching and tapping, the massage therapists work muscles like warm cookie dough and give you that warm cookie-melting-in-your-mouth feeling. However, please note baked goods are not included in the deal but feel free to stop by the bakery down the road afterwards.
Spacube is an inner city haven of tranquillity offering a fusion of ancient remedies and scientifically proven therapies. The spa menu boasts goodies from all across the world, each designed to take body parts and tired muscles on overseas vacations without leaving the serene surroundings of the treatment room. Because a treatment is only as good as the person administering it, Spacube is dedicated to training their staff to be on top of their game. Everyone from the therapists to the receptionist are put through an intense in-house training program and taught the mechanics of a genuine smile.
Spa fact #55: In the Middle Ages spas mixed hay stubs into massage oils as a means of exfoliating the skin. This method removed the top layer of skin leaving ladies with a reddish glow. For years the tomato look was the hottest trend. However this fashion died out when women discoverd the orange tanning lotion look.