Kapi-Mana News : July 26th 2011
17 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JULY 26, 2011 NEWS • Visit our stores and receive FREE gifts throughout the year by buying selected Beer, RTD's, Spirits or Wine • Receive AA Rewards throughout our stores • No Trade Sales • Specials valid whilst stocks last WITH 164 OUTLETS THROUGHOUT NZ The Liquor Centre Group NEW ZEALAND'S LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN Specials valid until 31 July 2011. All specials may not be available in some stores. Above specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed below: NZ Pure Lager 330ml 5% 12 Pack Steinlager White Can 330ml x 12s Smirnoff Ice 5% 250ml x 12 Pack $29.99 Jim Beam 5% 15 Pack Cans $21.99 Baileys Twin Pack Lindauer Classic Range Speights/Waikato/ Lion Red 12s $19.99 $19.99 $19 $34.99 Black Heart 1L Canadian Club 1L Woodstock Bourbon & Cola 330ml 5% 12 Pack $19.99 $17.99 Jack Daniels & Cola 330ml x 8 Pack $11.99 $37.99 $50 Jim Beam 1750ml $58.99 Waitangirua L.C. Waitangirua Mall, Porirua Titahi Bay L.C. 13 Whitehouse Rd, Titahi Bay Introducing two new classes to get you and your preschooler actve MUMS AND BUBS WORKOUT Get ft, tone up and bring baby too. A relaxed and fun class for the both of you. Equipment provided for litle ones who prefer to play or sleep. Class Time: 10.15am, every Friday startng August 5th. Cost: $4 members, $6.50 non members. Places are limited, please contact email@example.com to register. MUSIC AND MOVEMENT Encourage your childs creatvity through music and acton whilst meetng other local parents. Featuring a unique mix of song, classical music, dance and baby sign. Class Times: 9.30am for wrigglers and crawlers, 10.30am for walkers, morning tea at 10am Every Tuesday startng August 9th Cost: $3 members, $5 non members. 3904363AA Pember House, Hagley Street, Porirua. www.manapc.org.nz 3871258AA Bette Bette e Bette Ca Da h ! T c c c . C c . Ca C ee P , Bedf d t, Ca C ee , P ua f @da h w m ch .c . z ph 04 237 1518 Bette w mm g ta t at Da h w m ch www.da h w m ch .c . z Smooth away your tension in massage Just relax: Tonia Wright gives partner James an Indian head massage -- he remarked afterwards that his hair had not felt so good in years. Photo: LYNDA MILLAR By KRIS DANDO Holistic Health recently held a one-day workshop for Indian head massage, a relaxation tech- nique that will last a lifetime. The course, run by Titahi Bay resident Lynda Millar, teaches a simple and complete routine involving the face, scalp, neck, shoulders and upper back areas. Once learned, the massage takes about 20 minutes and can be carried out with just the use of a chair. Tonia Wright, who completed the course with her partner James, said the techniques would be of great use after those stressful days. We had a great time and for three days after the course, I realised how relaxed it made me feel. We found Lynda's instructions and knowledge were fantastic and we had a good laugh when doing the prac- tical recap at the end of the day.'' James was not initially keen to be involved but found the course a very good experience. It's not something I would involve myself with but [it was] something you could use any- where or any time, and defi- nitely a good thing to do with your partner.'' Ms Millar said holistic therapies have always appealed to her, and she loves being involved in something she enjoys so much. She became qualified in mass- age in Britain, and studied Hawaiian massage before pick- ing up the Indian techniques. Altogether, she has been work- ing in the industry since 1997. Indian head massage reduces the buildup of excess tension in the head and shoulders, improves skin tone and blood and lymphatic circulation, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and can help with balance. Ms Millar said her courses -- which include other massage techniques and self- development -- usually attract interest from professionals like massage and beauty therapists and even hairdressers, people like to learn the skill for family and friends. The next course is on September 17 in Titahi Bay, and there is a discount for couples. Call Lynda on 236 5577 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org. Values continue to drop The QV residential property index has been released, and although nationwide values have increased, Wellington's values continue on a downward trend. ''The Wellington area is the only main centre where values have continued to decline in recent months. Values have dropped over a percent since January, and now sit 3.3 per cent below the same time last year,'' QV research director Jonno Ingerson said. In June 2011, the property value in Porirua dropped 2.8 per cent, leaving the average sale price at $405,076. Kerry Bukeridge, of QV Valuations, said: ''With current prices, and historically low interest rates, housing is the most affordable it has been for many years, yet people are not rushing into the market.''
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