Custom Massage or Custom Massage with Two Personal-Training Sessions at Fit & Functional (Up to 67% Off)


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In a Nutshell

One-hour massages melt stress with choice of three techniques & personal trainers jump-start fitness regimens with custom workouts

The Fine Print

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The Deal

$29 for a 60-minute custom massage (up to a $70 value)
$49 for a 60-minute custom massage and two 30-minute personal-training sessions (up to a $150 value)

  • Choose from the following three massage modalities:
    • Relaxing Swedish massage
    • Therapeutic deep-tissue sports massage
    • Trigger-point therapy
  • Personal-training sessions are tailored to goals such as:
    • Building balance, flexibility, or endurance
    • Toning muscles
    • Reducing fat
    • Maximizing calorie burn

Fit & Functional

Owner and founder Sherman Rosier conceptualized Fit & Functional as a one-stop shop to bolster the overall livelihood of his clients. The fitness studio's team tailors each health program to individual goals, such as weight loss or an austere resolve to dominate the company picnic’s potato-sack race. Personal-training sessions can incorporate cardio exercises, strength training, and stretching, and small-group tours highlight the nutritional pinnacles and pitfalls inside a local grocery store. Private or duet Pilates sessions and other group fitness sessions build health-centric friendships as they carve core muscles into sculptures of Charles Atlas.

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For those who take care of their overall well-being with exercise, yoga, and balanced nutrition