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Benefit Yourself and Breast Cancer Research This Month

Rouge Beauty Salon, Ranelagh, recently undertook  a month long fundraiser offering their indulgent and therapeutic rituals while donating funds to an extremely worthy cause – the National Breast Cancer Research Institute.

Rouge Beauty Salon have been donating €5 from every Balinese back massage treatment throughout the month of April to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute which helps fund research into breast cancer and create effective treatments. Due to the success of the venture so far, they’re now extending the closing date for this offer to Saturday May 12th.

A Balinese massage works deeply to soothe damaged tissue, and relieve strained muscles and joint pain.  The expert Balinese therapist at Rouge delivers this wonderfully varied massage using a combination of gentle stretches; acupressure and aromatherapy oils to stimulate the flow of blood, oxygen and energy around the body and bring deep relaxation and wellness. An ancient technique, Balinese massage uses a variety of techniques including skin rolling, kneading and stroking and reflexology. Balinese massage aims to help with a wide range of ailments, including migraine, muscle and joint pain, sleep disorder, stress, anxiety or depression, as well as allergies and breathing problems such as asthma. A relaxing massage with attitude!

So if you fancy pampering yourself in the upcoming weeks, consider this option and help a worthy charity in the process!

The Rouge Beauty Balinese Back Massage is €35 with €5 from every massage being donated to the NBCRI (www.nbcri.ie)

To book your appointment, contact Rouge Beauty Salon:

66 Ranelagh Village, Ranelagh, Dublin 6   www.rougebeauty.ie        Tel: 01 498 2505

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This entry was posted on April 26, 2012 by in Home, News.
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