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127 Stuart St Dunedin

Allbell Chambers Building
Upstairs, Level 1

Ph 477 8228

email space4udunedin@icloud.com

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  Allbell Chambers Left: Allbell Chambers, Space4u is on the first level behind the flower garden in the windows.

Below: the cinema set up for a date for two.
Pool area Membership
Above: gym basics include pull-up bars and bikes. Casual entry opportunities are usually limited to the above times but these may occasionally be extended. When the footpath sign is on the footpath, the relaxation spa is operating.  
 




Space4u is one artist's self employment effort. SInce acquiring the lease in 2012 my goal has been to combine a personal art studio & exhibition space with a fitness and relaxation oriented entertainment facility for individuals and small social groups. The renovation is ongoing.

Space4u supports diversity


Many interests can be accommodated - science fiction clubs, classic cinema/TV enthusiasts, arts groups, gay community, vegetarians and others are all welcome to hire the space - email or phone (best after 7pm) to arrange a time for an inspection & discuss the options. Individuals who just want to relax and warm up in a spa or sauna or use the gym equipment should take note of the relaxation sessions available - bring a friend or two if you want a more sociable time. Bring
your own DVD entertainment if you like.


Membership

Relaxation spa membership for the times given above: $25 per week, no long term commitment required.

 
Mark the masseur
 
Above: Mark McLeod, the artist

RELAXATION MASSAGE

Hot Stone and/or relaxation massage is being offered by Mark McLeod (photographed with art above). Bookings essential - email or phone during stated business hours the day before. $60 for up to 75 minutes with a complimentary spa entry during the Relaxation spa hours listed on this page. Music and video entertainment can be supplied or you are welcome to bring your own (DVD or blu-ray). Back of body massage plus scalp and feet if desired. This is not a sexual or therapeutic service.

Other massage practitioners with a relaxation massage certificate or better are welcome to enquire about working here.














Right: the cinema set up for massage
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NEWS



8/2/17. Fringe Festival promotion starts today. Space4u will be open as an art exhibiton venue on Monday March 13 from midday to 9pm - free admission.

January 2017. Due to a lack of support over the past 3 months the Women Only relaxation spa session on Sunday will become another mixed relaxation session with an option for group bookings. Women and special interest groups (e.g. Star Trek enthusiasts!) are encouraged to apply for exclusive use of one or more Sunday spa sessions - please contact the manager if you want to take advantage of this opportunity.

5/12/16. A yoga space is now available for casual use during the relaxation sessions - bring a friend or two and a favourite DVD if you like. Anyone keen to run a small yoga class here, please contact the manager.




Massage


FACILITIES

TV lounge for 3 people with small pool table, two TV networks (3 or 4 in each), three 3D TVs, larger cinema lounge for up to 12 people, a smaller lounge for 3 people (this can be enlarged if there is sufficient interest), 2 showers, 2 single change rooms, 30 lockers, 2 toilets, sauna (up to 8 people), spa pool (up to 4 people), internet computer, gym equipment (elliptical, Schwinn air bike and Impulse Encore bike, weights bench & pull-up bars - more will be added as finances permit). There is also a kitchen space awaiting renovation. The cinema lounge will be available as a yoga space after some improvements (should be available by late November 2016 - expressions of interest welcome).

ART SPACE

This is the art studio & gallery for Mark McLeod. Work on display and for sale is mostly science fiction social comment and some magazine illustrations. View outside of listed spa hours by appointment.

GROUP HIRE

Space4u is avaiable for hire to individuals, couples & small social groups at a rate of $60 per hour (negotiable, but a minimum of 4 hours and 2 weeks notice may apply). Groups of up to about 20 people can be accommodated. No alcohol or smoking. Available days and times depend on the level of commitment, but generally some Mondays are fully available, o
ther times may be negotiated.



Above: spa & sauna area with bikes and video entertainment. Watch a DVD on up to 8 screens throughout the venue.

 

 

 
Cinema lounge Left: The cinema lounge with 178cm 3D TV. This is also available as a yoga room. TV lounge  


Right: TV room with small pool table

RENOVATIONS

Plans are being advanced in 2015 to replace carpets, open up some more spaces for gym equipment and seating, and reline the steam room. Alternatively, future conversion of 3 rooms into art studios is also possible resulting in shared exhibition and recreational space as well as a share of income from the sauna and spa facility - contact the manager to discuss this opportunity.
 
     
  Monday evenings are the most easily available for group bookings - any small social or special interest group is welcome to enquire. $120 for 3hrs with payment in advance.    
Art: Arrival Art at Space4u Art: Millennium One  
 
Through patronising this venue you will be supporting the arts in Dunedin.
   

Art on display by Mark McLeod.

Above: "Arrival", a future view of Queenstown after humanity has died out and been replaced by a new form of sentient life.

Right: Winter in St Clair: a view of Dunedin after global warming floods low lying areas of the city and mass immigration from other parts of the world boosts the city's population.

Art: Winter in St Clair

Art on display by Mark McLeod.

Above: "Millennium One", another future view of the Queenstown district, 1000 years after the arrival of the new sentient species that replaces humanity.

 
 

 

 
Above: magazine illustration from the 1980's, "Ecodefence"

Archival inkjet prints on stretched canvas are also available from $200, including Rhododendron Auguste Van Geert at left and Otago University at right.
   
Below: acrylic painting from the 1980's, "The Return".
Above: magazine illustration from the 1980's, "UFO Connection".