Peace in a Pod now makes it even easier for you to enjoy our luxurious services with the options to purchase via Afterpay or Salon Pay.
Peace in a pod
Peace in a Pod is all about relaxation
Our motto is Walk In Float Out and that is exactly what we aim to achieve for every customer. Here at Peace in a Pod we take pride in offering a variety of services and treatments.
We have Three V2 Dreampods, the flagship of Float Pods. For a luxurious hour, clients will be treated to peace, tranquility and total relaxation whilst floating in the warm, magnesium infused waters.
You can book a massage treatment with one of our qualified and experienced therapists. Choose a relaxation massage or perhaps you would prefer a Remedial Massage where you claim your Health Fund rebate immediately using our HICAPS terminal.
If pure bliss and luxury is what you are looking for, Peace in a Pod offers wonderful spa treatments in Perth including the medically proven Omnilux LED Light Therapy treatment.
Amazing results have been achieved with this machine. It is pain-free and there is no downtime. You literally Get Up and Glow in just half an hour. We also offer heavenly Spa facials and body treatments to leave you feeling refreshed, pampered and fabulous.
Ask about our Spa Pamper Packages where you and your friends will be treated to all we have to offer. You will truly float out afterwards!Book Now
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