Four Therapeutic Wellbeing Chair Treatments for £6 at Miruji Health and Wellbeing (£48 Value)
- Featured on The Alan Titchmarsh Show and Dragon’s Den
- Choice of Sit&Quit, Sit&Slim, Sit&Be Happy, Sit&De-stress or Sit&Sleep programmes
- Innovative technique using massage chairs and audio tapes
- New Malden location
- Valid 7 days a week
Groupon valid for 1 person. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Each treatment lasts 15 mins; can have up to 1 hour during 1 session. New clients only. Not suitable for people who have had back surgery, osteoporosis, deep vein thrombosis or during pregnancy. If in doubt about suitability check with GP.
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Engaging in musical chairs can induce a state of anxiety from fear of collision, overlapping and being subjected to wooden renditions of pop songs. Stop being on the edge of your seat with today’s Groupon: £6 instead of £48 for four sessions with Miruji Health and Wellbeing .
Experts in the field of feeling fine and dandy, Miruji Health and Wellbeing help people improve their self-esteem and confidence to make positive changes to lifestyles and attitudes. Tackling issues such as weight management, anxiety and smoking cessation using innovative techniques without physical exertion, the company has recently featured on ITV’s The Alan Titchmarsh Show and the BBC’s Dragon’s Den. Their range of programmes aim to soothe the psyche in subjects such as Sit&Quit, Sit&Slim, Sit&Be Happy, Sit&De-stress and Sit&Sleep.
Customers can choose a programme to suit their needs and ambitions, before being placed on a therapeutic wellbeing chair, which combines a mechanical massage with a soundtrack of uplifting and specifically designed mind coaching tapes. Using neuro-linguistic programming, the programme aims to ‘transport’ the customer’s subconscious mind during each 15 minute session. After the four sessions have been completed those sitting comfortably may decide to continue on with the programme, taking more sessions of up to one hour in a single sitting.