By Spy Uganda
Kampala: Wellness spot-Spa-Mania on Friday last week opened up its second branch in Kampala located at Freedom City along Entebbe road in a bid to bring services closer to its loyal customers.
The colorful event was graced by State Minister for Trade, Industry and Cooperatives Harriet Ntabazi.
In his remarks, Spa-Mania Director, Yusuf Mutyaba noted that the intention of opening up the branch is to cater for their clients with in greater Wakiso and it’s surroundings.
He noted; “A couple of our clients had complained that seeking our services in Ntinda, where Spa-Mania opened its first branch, was tiresome and because we value their support, we opted to open up this Entebbe road based branch.”
On working hours, Mutyaba revealed that Spa-Mania Freedom City will operate 8am to 8pm.
Meanwhile, he assured Spa Mania customers that the new branch will match the services they have been used to.
“Our new branch comes equipped with a couple of rooms with a jacuzzi, facial laboratory, Turkish bath, swimming, steam bath and sauna and all kinds of professional massage packages,” he said.
Mutyaba also announced that the opening of the new branch comes with a couple of offers as drawn down below.
“Our massage starts from as low as shillings 80,000 to shillings 400,000. Deep tissue costs shillings 100,000 for one hour, for two hours deep tissue work, a client pays shillings 150,000 which comes with free body scrub, body-scrubs alone cost shillings 90,000, shillings 130,000, and shillings 200, 000. Couple sessions with Jacuzzi cost shillings 300,000, a single goes for shillings 200,000, facials shillings 100,000. Incase you want steam bath alone it’s shillings 30,000 comes with free juice and tea.”
On the other hand, State Trade minister Ntabazi commended Spa-Mania for persevering in the difficult economic climate caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. She noted that Spa-Mania’s expansion demonstrates that sound business practices and quality will always succeed no matter the difficult economic environment.
She thanked Mutyaba and Spa-Mania for continuing to create employment opportunities for talented youth. She noted “such local initiatives will slow brain drain that sees so many energetic youths the country needs seek employment abroad because they cannot find an outlet for their talents and economic needs.”
Enjoy The Pictorial Of Opening Ceremony Below;