Massage and Pain-Neutralization Technique from Jack Dillender, LMT. Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

  • Reduce aches, tension & stress
  • Eliminates trigger pain points
  • Experienced therapist

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Expires Nov 26th, 2011. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Similar to past tenses, tense backs are related to things that happened a while ago and are incomprehensible to most 5-year-olds. Brush up on the basics of back bliss with today's Groupon to Jack Dillender, LMT at The Healing Lifestyle Center. Choose between the following options:

  • For $35, you get a 50-minute Swedish massage and 15 minutes of pain-neutralization technique (a $75 value).
  • For $17, you get 35 minutes of pain-neutralization technique (a $35 value).

Experienced and proficient limb-loosener Jack Dillender combats back and neck aches and cools off boiling-over stress with soothing Swedish massages and pain-neutralization technique. Each 50-minute massage uses light or medium pressure to loosen knots and alleviate stress. The smooth, gliding strokes ease muscle tension and promote relaxation, easing overworked muscles and melting tension into a conveniently positioned bucket. An effective treatment for stress reduction and the improvement of blood circulation, Swedish massage also relieves anxiety, depression, and trauma resulting from having a quarter painfully extracted from your ear by a street magician. The unique pain-neutralization technique focuses on alleviating trigger pain points throughout your musculature, defusing them like unexploded water balloons hurled by mischievous grandpas. This therapy can help patients get relief from pesky symptoms associated with hypertension, migraines, seizures, or back and neck pains.

The Way of Massage

Before he opened his own practice, massage therapist Jack Dillender made sure he knew exactly what he was doing. Through collaborations with chiropractors and medical doctors and stints at various day spas, he honed techniques that work to unclog systemic blockages, reduce stress, and increase the body’s ability to heal itself. At The Way of Massage, Jack puts these techniques into practice during treatments that he tailors to his clients’ unique maladies, from chronic aches to unoiled tin hinges. His couples massages incorporate hot stones, footbaths, and neck massages to bring twosomes closer together without forcing them to share a single table.