Massage sale at Colombo

To introduce our new online massage courses, we are offering an additional 30 minute gift voucher, worth £30, for Sports & Deep Tissue massage, Reiki massage, Acupuncture or Hypnotherapy. Simply buy a course of massages online and you will also receive a gift voucher to give to a friend or loved one.

In addition to this, if you purchase a course of either five or ten, 60 minute or 90 minute treatments we will also give you a one to 40 minute Remedial Yoga session. Many of our clients have found that a combination of deep tissue massage and focussed yoga exercises has significantly improved their posture and reduced levels of discomfort in the body. You can either use this Yoga Voucher, worth £40, yourself or give it to a friend.

Buying a course online is easy. Simply use our online payment service and you will be emailed a receipt of your course details plus booking instructions. When you make payment please request which of our gift vouchers you would like to receive and we will then send you a 30 minute treatment voucher (plus yoga voucher if you bought five or more one hour courses).  To buy just click here

Five, 30 minute treatments £130 (saving £20)
Ten, 30 minute treatments £220 (saving £80) (NEW)
Five, 60 minute treatments £220 (saving £30)
Ten, 60 minute treatments £400 (saving £100)
Five, 90 minute treatments £300 (saving £50) (NEW)
Ten, 90 minute treatments £550 (saving £150) (NEW)

Therapist details:
We now have nine massage, acupuncture, hypnotherapy and life coaches at the Colombo Centre. To read more about our therapists, treatments and timetable go to therapist details

The team at Breathe London

Breathe is a London based wellbeing business specialising in the fusion of ideas from Positive Psychology, Yoga and Massage Therapies. Our physical therapy centre is based on the London’s South Bank and we run Business Psychology and Personal Development courses throughout the UK and online.


Other lifestyle benefits can be found at http://www.bprlondon.com

Posted on June 28, 2010, in Physical Therapies and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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