Contortionists in 18th Century Hungarian circuses relieved the aches brought on by attempting positions such as the St Petersburg Pretzel and the Gregorian Granny-Knot by coating themselves in lard and lying beneath squirming sea lions. Relieve tension and muscle soreness without traumatising marine mammals with today’s deal: $49 for a one-hour massage, $30 off your next visit and 50% off any online purchase of beauty products from Keerati Massage ($140 value).
Seekers after sensory bliss swoon upon entering Keerati’s Eastern-inspired oasis where woody tones, light of soft gold and scents from the ancient Orient bring the spiritual heart of Thailand to Chatswood Chase. Stardealers choose from three types of massage:
- Harmony Siam Serenity – a gentle to medium combination of massage techniques like kneading and effleurage, delightfully designed to relieve tension, increase circulation, boost energy and improve skin and muscle tone.
- Purity Ayothaya Bliss - deep, firm, strong movements ease constricted tissues, eradicate stress and detoxify the body, bringing Nirvana to up-tight urbanites.
- Thai Royal Aromatic – Thai massage techniques combined with aromatherapy massage oil for deep relaxation. Pressure points along energy channels are stimulated, releasing blockages, easing circulation and the movement of lymph, and improving flexibility.
The Keerati philosophy takes as its central tenet the belief that beauty is a holistic concept, a combination of the inner being and the outer self. This philosophy has been distilled and combined with traditional Thai medicinal herbs to produce the Erb (Thai for “radiant glow”) range of beauty products. Erb ingredients are meticulously picked from only the best natural sources to provide potent pampering product ranges for body care, anti-aging face care, hair care, fragrance and aromatherapy. Erb’s Thai tinctures can be purchased through Keerati’s website, allowing at-home transformations into beauty goddesses like Lady Godiva, Helen of Troy or the girl who does the weather report.