Many times, we go to a masseuse for the fun of it or because our friends are going for the luxury associated with it not knowing that we are exposing ourselves to immense healthy benefits.
Now, experts at Calabash Spa & Salon, a lifestyle health facility at Speke Resort & Conference Centre hotel in Munyonyo have reiterated that there is more to getting a massage than the luxury it depicts.
The experts at the five star hotel’s spa say that massage is a way to a happier healthy life. With massage, experts say, you can indulge in an oasis of rejuvenation, relaxation and gain from a variety of healthy benefits.
In fact, at Calabash Spa & Salon, you can experience the ultimate pamper and treat from a wide selection of spa treatments including facials, deeply relaxing massages and body treatments.
Speke Resort also wants you to share these benefits with your friends and family so they have put out offers that enable you have a treat with those that are close to you .
For example, you can treat a friend to a 60minutes couples masssage and receive a free natural facial or book a 90 minute massage and get a free salt & tumeric scrub.
“Bring a friend for a 60 minute couples aromatherapy massage and receive free natural facial, complimentary welcome juice or tea, along with a complimentary glass of bubbly post treatment,” the hotel said in an advertorial on social media.
Adding: “Every day is a chance to become better, activate your beast mode here and provide yourself with healthy mass.”
Masseuse experts at Calabash Spa & Salon reveal that massage reduces stress, pain, muscle soreness, increases relaxation, improves blood circulation, body alertness, immune function and lowers heart rate and blood pressure.
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