Benefits of Massage:
  1. Massage counteracts all that sitting you do
  2.  Massage eases muscle pain
  3. Massage soothes anxiety
  4. Massage  improves sleep
  5. Massage boosts immunity
  6. Massage Improves circulation
  7. Massage Improves libido
  8. Massage improves general well being

Massage is a highly rewarding practice that not only offers a wealth of benefits for the body but also comes in two distinct options, each catering to individual preferences and needs at the following prices:

– R 950 per hour for a standard massage, devoid of any “extras.”
– R 1,700 for an indulgent GFE (Girlfriend Experience) combined with a rejuvenating massage.

The advantages of massage extend far beyond simple relaxation. It’s known to provide a range of incredible feel-good benefits. Whether you’ve just endured a lengthy flight or are about to embark on one, massage can be a transformative experience.

After a demanding journey, it has the power to relax, reinvigorate, enhance circulation, and help release toxins that may have accumulated from prolonged sitting, while also assisting the lymphatic system in expelling these unwanted elements from your body.

What’s even more remarkable is the potential for massage to prepare your body for an upcoming flight, enhancing circulation and inducing a profound state of relaxation throughout. In my personal view, there’s no superior way to treat yourself and equip your body to handle the taxing effects of long-haul flights and altitude changes. Moreover, it can bolster your immune system, a vital defences, especially when confined in a confined space for an extended duration where various bacteria may pose a threat to your well-being. Massage, therefore, serves as a luxurious yet highly practical investment in your health and overall well-being.

When not to do a massage.

Most people can benefit from massage. However, massage may not be appropriate if you have:

  • Bleeding disorders or taking blood-thinning medication
  • Burns or healing wounds
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Fractures
  • Severe osteoporosis
  • Severe thrombocytopenia

it is very important to tell me if you have any medical condition, previous operations, or any prosthesis example, pacemaker, or rods. pins etc


All treatments, services and facilities are intended for general well-being, purposes only and are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical treatment for any condition, medical or otherwise, that the client may have.

Clients agree that all treatments, services and facilities are requested and used at the client’s own risk and that they will have no recourse against the therapist, for any alleged damage or loss arising out of or in connection with the treatments, services and/or facilities.

Clients will also fully indemnify and hold harmless the therapist, from and against all liabilities, claims, expenses, damages and losses, including legal fees (on an indemnity basis), arising out of or in connection with the treatments, services and/or facilities.

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