If deprived of massages, your muscles will gradually contract and twine together until they spell out the phone number of the nearest hospital. Answer the cry for help with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a 60-minute sports or Swedish massage (up to a $105 value)
- $49 for a 60-minute deep-tissue massage (up to a $115 value)
- $69 for a 90-minute sports or Swedish massage (up to a $155 value)
- $79 for a 90-minute deep-tissue massage (up to a $170 value)<p>
Filled with soothing stretches and friction with the ligaments and tendons, the sports massage can help boost performance at athletic events or speed recovery afterward. The Swedish massage boosts circulation and promotes relaxation with long, smooth strokes and circular friction. During the deep-tissue massage, the therapist uses medium to heavy pressure to address chronic pain lurking in the muscle tissue’s innermost layers.
Gregory Serdahl was tired of hearing people refer to massage as a decadent treat. Though he appreciated massage therapy's power to pamper, he had seen the health benefits it can produce when performed every week or two. To help as many people as possible experience these benefits, he founded Massage America, a no-frills massage studio that promotes wellness with therapeutic strokes. There, a fresh line-up of licensed massage therapists tailor each service to specific needs and preferences, making clients from all walks of life feel calm, comfortable, and respected. They use their training in modalities including Swedish, deep-tissue, and sports massage to melt away bodily nuisances including tension, pain, and milk mustaches that have turned into butter beards. The therapists also specialize in deep-heat massages that incorporate hot hydroculator packs and mentholated oils that increase circulation and promote detoxification.
Overall, I have been impressed time and time again with how attentive these therapists are.Word B., Yelp, 7/12/12
89% of 740 customers recommend
“massage was short 15 minutes, also other reviewers noted this”
“Anthony was great!”
“Ruth did a fantastic job”