• Hard skin & callous removal - chemical peel

  • Anti-Fungal foot rejuvenation

  • Pedicures with specialised treatment

  • Pedicures with gel 

  • Manicures only with/without specialised treatments


Foot Recovery Treatment

All-inclusive pedicures:

  • Foot scrub & soak
  • Nail cut, buff & cuticles
  • Chemical Foot Peel (not suitable if you have diabetic feet or cuts)
  • Foot exfoliation
  • Foot massage







On-the go Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage (30 min)


De-Stress & Pain Relief Annique Zeroache (with Menthol, Cayenne Pepper, Eucalyptus, Marjoram & Lavender) Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage &

Head Massage with Annique Hair Nutrition Leave-In Spray (45 min)


Annique Rooibos Miracle Tissue Oil Full Body Massage (60 min)


Aromatherapy Full Body Massage (60 min)

Aromatherapy massage is used for a variety of different reasons, including relaxation, pain management, and improved mood. These are also some of the basic benefits of massage therapy. Adding essential oils is thought to enhance such benefits.

Some of the most popular essential oils used in aromatherapy include:

bergamot, cedarwood, chamomile, eucalyptus,  geranium, ginger, lavender,  lemon, orange, peppermint,  tea tree.

Aromatherapy is often added to a traditional massage session as an extra service. The massage therapist might diffuse an essential oil in the room during your session or they might add a few drops of oil to massage lotion and apply it directly to your skin.











Leg Massage and Foot Massage:  (35 min)

The association of marine and earth plants acts immediately with a lasting effect on the feeling of heavy feeling legs. The essential oils of rosemary, mint and thyme provide freshness and wellbeing.

The combination of marine and plant extracts relaxes and soothes.


Improves blood micro-circulation.

Relieves achy tired legs.

Provides freshness and wellbeing.

Maintains elasticity of tissues.















Hot Stone Back Massage (30 min)

Hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy that involves the use of smooth, heated stones. The massage therapist places the hot stones on specific points on your body and may also hold the stones while giving the massage. The localized heat and weight of the stones warm and relax muscles, allowing the massage therapist to apply deeper pressure to those areas without causing discomfort.


Basics of Hot Stone Massage

The hallmark of hot stone massage is the use of heated stones. Basalt river rocks are typically used because they are smooth (from the river's current) and retain heat well.

In preparation for the treatment, the massage therapist heats the stones in a professional stone 

Some therapists will also place stones on points thought to energetically balance the mind and body.

Swedish massage therapy techniques are typically used during the massage, which may include long strokes and kneading and rolling.


People often describe hot stone massage as comforting and deeply relaxing. The warmth is soothing for people who tend to feel chilly.

The heat of the stones relaxes muscles, allowing the therapist to work deeper while using lighter pressure.

Although some preliminary studies have suggested that massage, in general, may provide benefits to people with conditions including prenatal depression, pain syndromes such as arthritis or fibromyalgia, hypertension, autoimmune conditions and aging-related conditions including Parkinson's and dementia.









Lilian Terry International Betta Day or Vascu Flow Full Body Massage 60 min  R250