Integration Massages at LaGianna Massage Therapy in Town and Country (Up to 59% Off). Three Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Gentle kneading eases tension and facilitates the flow of energy throughout the body as therapeutic music relaxes the mind

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 17th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $30 for a 60-minute integration massage (a $65 value). Service time includes a 10-minute consultation.
  • $39 for a 90-minute integration massage (a $95 value). Service time includes a 10-minute consultation.
  • $45 for three 30-minute integration massages (a $90 value). Each visit's service time includes a 10-minute consultation.

LaGianna Massage Therapy

Doctor of Chiropractic Phillip Meyers and his wife, professional counselor Emily Meyers, take a holistic approach to health that combines advanced technology with traditional chiropractic and massage techniques. Dr. Meyers, for example, employs the gentle adjustments of chiropractic plus kinesiology to relieve ailments that range from headaches to back pain. Though he relies partly on personal consultations, a subconscious computerized integrative operating system—SCIO—helps him diagnose concerns. For their part, the center’s experienced massage therapists keep busy relaxing tension and loosening muscular knots with talent unheard of since Houdini’s final escape from Earth.

LaGianna Massage Therapy

Doctor of Chiropractic Phillip Meyers and his wife, professional counselor Emily Meyers, take a holistic approach to health that combines advanced technology with traditional chiropractic and massage techniques. Dr. Meyers, for example, employs the gentle adjustments of chiropractic plus kinesiology to relieve ailments that range from headaches to back pain. Though he relies partly on personal consultations, a subconscious computerized integrative operating system—SCIO—helps him diagnose concerns. For their part, the center’s experienced massage therapists keep busy relaxing tension and loosening muscular knots with talent unheard of since Houdini’s final escape from Earth.

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