LONDON, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lord Sugar is Back and Looking for his Next Apprentice, but you don't Have to Face the Terror of the Boardroom to Stimulate Your Business Brain, say Wahanda.
The Apprentice is back with a bite! Gone is the prospect of becoming Lord Sugar's apprentice; this year, "suralan" is on the hunt for a budding entrepreneur in which to invest GBP250,000 towards their own business. As the first two episodes exploded onto our screens last week we already have some classic one liners, ranging from "Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon", and "I don't fit the mould"!
As Sir Alan conducts task after task to test and stimulate the business minds of his candidates in his bid to establish who really doesn't fit the mould, we can sit safely in the knowledge that thankfully, Wahanda (http://www.wahanda.com/) have found an easier option for getting those brain cells active: massages!
That's right... sit back, relax and train your brain the easy way - book yourself a cheeky spa break (http://www.wahanda.com/spa-breaks/) and let Wahanda provide the treatments to help stimulate your mind, without having to face the wrath of Lord Sugar...
1) Indian head massage ( http://www.wahanda.com/places/treatment-indian-head-massage/in-uk/): enjoy the full benefits of an authentic Indian head massage which will leave you and your brain relaxed and revitalised. Not only does this sumptuous treatment relieve stress and fatigue, it also induces clearer thinking, improved concentration and higher levels of energy.
2) Foot massage ( http://www.wahanda.com/places/treatment-foot-massage/in-uk/): with the reflex point for the brain located at the tip of the big toe, a fabulous foot massage is sure to stimulate your brain and promote it into active, healthy functioning.
3) Shirodhara (http://www.wahanda.com/places/treatment-shirodhara/in-uk/ ): why not try this gentle and holistic treatment that is fast becoming one of the most popular head massages in the UK. Whilst incredibly relaxing it also stimulates blood circulation to the brain and soothes the central nervous system, aiming to wholly still the mind on a deep level through warm oil on the 'third eye' - the forehead.
4) Back massage ( http://www.wahanda.com/places/treatment-massage-therapy/in-uk/): as relaxing as back massages can be, relieving tension and stress, they also benefit the brain. Studies show that regular back massages promote an excellent feel good factor and a healthy balance of the brains processes, leading to increased energy and confidence. Book yourself one today and get smart whilst enjoying a beautiful session of relaxation!
Choose to treat yourself to any of the above treatments alone or squeeze as many as you can into a spa weekend (http://www.wahanda.com/spa-breaks/) and we promise you'll have those little grey cells sparking without having to defend your business acumen in the boardroom!
What is Wahanda?
If the Internet had a speed dial button for health, beauty and wellness, Wahanda would be number one. Wahanda is doing for wellbeing what Amazon did for online retailing - providing an intuitive and easy-to-use website to learn about treatments (everything from acupuncture, facials and massages to Pilates, nutrition and personal training), share ratings and reviews, and book the hottest deals, gifts and offers from the most comprehensive listing of spas, salons, studios and fitness centres across the globe, all with the simple click of a mouse. Wahanda was named in ELLE's top ten beauty websites 2009 and FabSugar named Wahanda best UK beauty website 2009. Wahanda is a Native American word that means "The Great Spirit & Creator".