Health: how to bong your way to a stress-free lifestyle
Thursday 02 September 1999
Grip the handle of the bong
Place your forefingers on the flexible shafts to control it (otherwise it may fly off)
Keep bouncing and walk the bonger up over your shoulder
Cross over your chest to the opposite shoulder
If you are bonging someone else, start off slowly
Where to get bonged
Bonging is available in conjunction with a back massage at The Walk- in Backrub, 14 Neal's Yard, Covent Garden, London, WC2.
Tel. 0171-836 9111. It costs from pounds 8.95 for 10 minutes or pounds 14.99 for a pair of DIY bongers. The backnobber is pounds 16.99. From the end of September you can
also get bonged at at 11, Charlotte Place, W1 (off Goodge Street) and Selfridges, Oxford Street, W1
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