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Can I purchase a gift voucher?
Yes, we offer gift vouchers which can be purchased in-store or you can do an EFT to us and we will Email you the voucher.
Our banking details are as follows:
Bank name: FNB
Account holder's name: C Chen
Account number: 6233 770 7543
Branch code: 250655
Please send through your POP to firstname.lastname@example.org together with your name as well as the voucher receiver's name so we can write it on the voucher for you.
I'm pregnant, can I get a massage?
Yes, we offer foot reflexology for the to-be-mothers but it is VERY IMPORTANT that you should let the therapist know about your pregnancy stage and symptoms.
I'm pregnant, how can foot reflexology benefit me?
Benefits of having reflexology done during pregnancy:
Swelling and numbness in feet
Constipation, heartburn, indigestion
Promote better sleep
Normalize blood pressure
Nausea & morning sickness
Headaches and migraines
What's the benefit of head massage?
Headache and migraine relief.
Boosts memory capabilities.
Helps with insomnia and promote better sleep.
It stimulates the scalp circulation, bringing with it oxygen and hair nourishing nutrients, thus promote stronger and healthier hair growth.
It removes any toxins that may have accumulate in the scalp by increasing the lymphatic flow.
It activates the dormant hair follicles to promote new growth.
It also relaxes the scalp and neck muscles. Tight scalp muscles restricts blood flow and suffocates your hair follicles.
What is cupping? What are the benefits?
Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.
The key benefits of cupping are:
Stimulation of blood flow and metabolism
Bring body to homeostasis
Allows body to function and heal on its own
Draws the inflammation and toxins out
Stress relief through "aiding the peripheral nervous system and stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system"
*This treatment would leave dark marks on the areas treated for 1~2 weeks due to the suction of the blood.