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New Aromatouch Technique Treatment

New Aromatouch Technique Treatment

Simply Pilates

New Aromatouch Technique Treatment

Aromatouch Technique is a scientific application of essential oils to bring balance back to the body.

Using 8 oils the technique uses meridian and energy lines to bring the body back to homeostasis.

  • The cost is R300 per treatment.

Contact Simply Pilates for more information.

New Aromatouch Technique Treatment

Simply Pilates

Michelle Simon-Kuhn invites you to join her at her private studio in Pringle Bay where she shares more than a decade’s worth of experience in the art of Pilates. Diligently work your way toward mastering the proper technique of using your core muscles that will produce dramatic results in your bod...

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What is Xplorio?

Xplorio is your local connection allowing you to find anything and everything about a town.

WATCH THE VIDEO: Welcome to Pringle Bay & Rooi Els!
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Indigent Accounts

Indigent Accounts

Overstrand Municipality is currently busy confirming information on all indigent accounts.

UPDATE*: Vaccination Sites in the Overberg District (26-30 July 2021)

UPDATE*: Vaccination Sites in the Overberg District (26-30 July 2021)

*Herewith the updated list of vaccination sites within our area.

Recent Waterproofing, Tiling and Roofing Projects

Recent Waterproofing, Tiling and Roofing Projects

Boland Waterproofing is a Pringle Bay based company that is ready to meet all your residential and commercial waterproofing needs.

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Applications for 2022 are open!

Applications for 2022 are open!

We are excited to announce that applications to attend Pringle House Eco School in 2022 are open!

Our delivery is back up and running!

Our delivery is back up and running!

Our delivery is back up and running!

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Temporary Service Delivery Changes in Overberg

Temporary Service Delivery Changes in Overberg

With the rapid rise in COVID-19 infections and the announcement of the Third Wave, the Western Cape Department of Health needs to act responsibly...

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