PERFECT BALANCE Christmas Offers 2013
THE BASICS: 45 min approx.: Nail, shape & polish, Eyebrow wax & tint, Eyelash Tint
ONLY £28 (normally £35)
TOTAL PAMPER: 2 hrs approx.: Manicure, 40 mins reflexology & 1/2 hr Reiki
ONLY £55 (normally £68)
DESTRESS & BEAUTIFY- 2 hrs 155 minsL Gellux nails (hands & feet), 1/2 hr Reiki & Eyebrow shape
ONLY £75 (normally £86.50)
ULTIMATE: 3 hrs approx.: manicure & pedicure, Eyelash Tint, Eyebrow tint & shape, Back neck & shoulder msg & 1/2 hr reiki
ONLY £90 (normally £120) add £10 for Gellux nails)
DON'T FORGET YOUR GIFT VOUCHERS THIS CHRISTMAS!!
& BEAUTY ROOM
PERFECT BALANCE offers a range of complementary therapies and beauty treatments, providing a natural, safe and drug free solution to many of those ailments associated with modern day living.
Taking a holistic approach to your own health and wellbeing can lead to harmony and balance within the mind, body and spirit. The holistic approach is one of preventative health care and maintaining a state of wellbeing, empowering individuals to take control of their own health.
The holistic treatments provided are Reflexology, Reiki (Master), Therapeutic Massage, TH.Stone Therapy, Aromatherapy and Hopi Ear Candling.
Beauty treatments provided are Manicures & Pedicures, Body Polish, Mineral Mud Therapy, Back Purification, Waxing and Eyelash & Eyebrow Tinting.
Pamper Days, Princess Parties and Taster Day packages are available, Treatment Vouchers also available.
OPENING TIMES (By Appointment ONLY):
Appointments are by appointments only, Wednesdays & Thursdays mainly, also some Tuesdays, evening appointements available.
PLEASE CONTACT PERFECT BALANCE FOR DETAILS
Treatments cancelled less than 24hrs in advance will be charged at the full cost, this also applies to missed appointments.
Complimentary, or Holistic Therapies, can provide a natural, safe and drug free solution to many of those ailments and conditions commonly suffered today. As the word complementary suggests, these therapies are not intended to replace conventional medicine, but to complement the work done by the health services.