SOLD HOUSE AND WILL NOW BE DOING MOBILE SPA SERVICES
Our home has sold and I will be doing Mobile Manicures, Pedicures, Reflexology and Indian Head Massage
REFLEXOLOGY (60 min)
For the service, you will wear a mask and anyone that will will around at the time of treatment , have feet clean, comfortable place to have the reflexology treatment, towel to wrap feet in and your favorite lotion to massage the feet
What a great treat for your feet. This treatment is so relaxing. Great for relieving stress, increasing circulation and it helps to balance the body. This is a great preventative therapy
(Nancy Harrett is a certified Reflexologist trained with RAC "Reflexology Association of Canada" she is a member of ACART "Atlantic Canada Association for Reflexology Therapists".(She has 21 years experience.)
$70.00 original price for 1 hour Promotion price $50.00
INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE (30 min)
I will bring a low back chair and you wear a mask and anyone that would be around at time of treatment
The client does not undress and is done in a low back chair without oils. This treatment could be helpful with relaxation, improving circulation, tension headaches, migraines, neck stiffness, shoulder stiffness, eye strain, ear aches, tinnitus, jaw ache, sinusitis. The upper back, neck, upper arms, head are massage.
$45.00 original price for 30 min. Promotion price $30.00
COMBO WITH BOTH
$110.00 original price Promotion price $75.00
HEAVENLY FEET (90 min)
A pedicure and reflexology on your feet will make your feet think they went to heaven.(You will have feet soaked before I come, comfortable place to do pedicure and reflexology, 2 towels, and your favorite lotion. You can have your own polish or I can bring a few of the color you like that I disinfect before I leave)
$90.00 original price Promotion price $75.00
PAYMENT will only be cash or e transfer
I am looking forward to seeing all of you again.
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