Contrary to popular belief dinosaurs loved peanut butter and would use the sticky treat for a number of uses, including facemasks and a midnight snack with a glass of chocolate milk. Another misconception is that stones are just stones – decorative, but pretty useless. Alas, stones have found their purpose in life with today’s Groupon: a 30-minute hot stone back, neck and shoulder message at Jeni’s Nail Body and Skincare Clinic for R89.
Massage has been used as a technique to ease tense muscles and relax the mind for centuries. At Jeni’s Nail Body and Skincare Clinic, conveniently situated in Eikestad Mall, you will feel the calming and healing of this age old massage method. This upmarket nail, body and skincare clinic is your all-in-one stop to a new looking you. With today’s Groupon you will be indulged with a Hot Stone massage, targeting your core ‘stress areas’: your back, neck and shoulders.
For far too many years, stones have felt disregarded being used to skip across rivers or pelt small annoying garden gnomes. With the invention of this beauty technique, stones have found their place in the world – albeit on your back. The method of hot stone massage involves the use of smooth, flat and heated rocks placed at key points on the body. This was first made popular by Native Americans to treat aching muscles and today it is a much sought after relaxation treatment to improve the flow of energy in your body.
Your fresh flow of energy may just result in you having a newfound appreciation of all things stone. You may tip your hat at a statue the next time you waltz past or pat the cobble road near your house with a “good on you buddy”. The more than capable professional therapists at Jeni’s Nail Body and Skincare Clinic will have you stress free and refreshed faster than a dinosaur browsing, and crashing, through the peanut butter aisle at the grocery store.
Spoil yourself and your body with today’s Groupon and make some poor unsuspecting flat stone feel special as well.
Massage fact: A famous beauty therapist in The Hamptons said she’d found magical healing powers after picking up a pair of jelly shoes that had been discarded on a white cloud. The woman, who wore the shoes everywhere she went, claimed they gave her an extra healing sense of touch. This made her very popular amongst New York’s elite.