Sweden has become a hotbed for massage, and it’s about to become a lot more so.
Swedish massage therapists will open their first office in the Swedish capital Stockholm, to cater to both clients and the general public.
Swedish news agency TT reports that the spa will be named after a popular Swedish TV show, “Cupping”, which describes the process of cupping an attractive woman’s breasts.
The spa will have its own reception area, a spa room and spa bed, which will cost about 20,000 SEK (US$20,800).
The spa has already started offering services for the public, but its operators have yet to announce the exact locations.
The project is part of the government’s efforts to make Sweden a more attractive destination for tourism, as part of an ongoing “new Nordic dream”.
In an interview with Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, Swedish massage therapist Rolf Nyborg, who is based in Stockholm, explained that the opening of the spa would give him a chance to expand his services.
“I want to give a lot of opportunities for new clients.
It’s something that I have never been able to do before.
But now, I will be able to offer services for as many as I want.”
“Cupped” is an Australian TV show that was filmed in the 1970s.
The show follows a woman, known as “Lizzie”, as she attempts to get her breasts cupped.
In the series, “Lizzy” is shown being repeatedly cupped and she becomes obsessed with the process.
The episode has become so popular that it has spawned spin-off movies, books and other media.
According to the show’s website, the goal is to “show how our bodies can be changed and even turned into gifts”.
It’s a popular show for both the public and celebrities.
In fact, it was recently filmed in a hotel room with Lizzie’s breasts and has been seen on the big screen a number of times.