Massage therapy is among the best ways to achieve relaxation, on par with listening to actor Ed Harris chant in whale song. Sink into serenity with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a 60-minute massage (a $59 value). Flowing Swedish strokes alternate with trigger-point techniques for a deeper, more relaxing massage.
- $50 for a myofascial healing massage (a $100 value). During this 90- to 120-minute massage, the therapist targets restrictions and kneads away inhibiting knots to relieve pain and facilitate a greater range of movement.
Myofascial Healing Services
Ramsay Falcove has spent more than a decade of his life relieving muscular pains with acupressure and massage; after a quick glance at his list of credentials and certifications, one comes to appreciate his uncommon dedication to the craft of each. An authority on topics such as the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach, Ramsay specializes in myofascial-release techniques that target muscular restrictions to promote flexibility and ease soreness from afternoon naps in cubicle drawers.
Ramsay refuses to let his advanced knowledge go to waste during traditional Swedish massages, alternating that modality’s long, gliding strokes with trigger-point therapy to ease tension hiding beneath superficial muscle layers. His intuitive approach to kneading and acupressure is rooted in his extensive education in Chinese medicine, which harbors a litany of techniques designed to promote holistic health and draw toxins out of the body.