Built-up tension can lead to serious issues such as high blood pressure, fatigue, and an inability to dominate the breakdancing contest at the retirement castle. Limber up limbs with today's Groupon for massage services at BES Enterprise Natural Solutions, valid only at the West Northern Parkway location in Baltimore. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a 60-minute custom massage (a $70 value).
- For $37, you get a 60-minute aromatherapy massage (a $75 value).
- For $39, you get a 60-minute heated stone massage (an $80 value).
At BES Enterprise Natural Solutions, a licensed massage therapist concocts customized all-natural oils and lotions to grease up soothing strokes. The long, fluid flourishes of Swedish massage intermingle with deep-tissue kneading during the 60-minute custom massage, a personalized session that targets knotted backs, bow-tied tendons, and stress stemming from untied shoelaces. A prelude of health questions pinpoints the appropriate essential oil to star in aromatherapy massages, during which pamperers deluge pores as Swedish techniques and hot towels swaddle bodies in a bubble of serenity. Alternatively, the heated-stone massage embellishes backs or drab fireplaces with glossy river rocks, unleashing the calming effects of toasty ore on tense muscles.
BES Enterprise Natural Solutions
If licensed massage therapist Bernadette Singleton has learned anything in the eight years since she opened BES Enterprise Natural Solutions, it’s that no two bodies react to treatment the same way. Human senses can be capricious and hard to control—something she knows all too well from her own battle with Meniere’s disease.
Bernadette draws on her years of therapeutic practice as well as her own life experiences to create custom massages that cater to her clients’ individual needs. Her own sensitivity to store-bought products compelled her to handcraft her own blends of oils, creams, and deodorants, and many of these formulas have since worked their way into her treatments. When she isn’t releasing tension with Swedish and deep-tissue techniques or coating water-heated pebbles in oil for a hot-stone massage, she continues to craft cold-processed soaps, hand-dipped candles, and blends of shea butter harvested from cows that once grazed in the New York Mets’ outfield.