Massage therapists are known for their strong hands, which means that the best way to find one is to follow a trail of open pickle jars. Find a helping hand with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for a 60-minute relaxation or Swedish massage (a $70 value)
- $49 for a 90-minute relaxation or Swedish massage (a $100 value)
- $59 for a 75-minute AromaTouch massage with raindrop therapy (a $120 value)
The rolling, kneading, and percussive strokes of Swedish massage pair with oils and lotions to relax the body and help improve circulation. The AromaTouch massage traces the energy meridians of the body with essential oils, focusing on visceral contact points in the feet and the back. Patrons can upgrade to a deep-tissue massage for an additional $10 fee. Upgrade to a couples massage for $20.
As soft music floats inside a warm, private treatment room, clients release tension to gliding strokes, gentle pressure, and soothing kneads from a professional massage therapist. VA Massage alleviates pain and wards off stress through a collection of modalities that employ various soothing techniques including stretching, gentle rocking, and lullabies. Through the different styles of massage, VA Massage aims to enhance immunity, promote relaxation, and exercise and stretch tired muscles. The practice also revives ho-hum epidermises through facial and skincare services, leaving surfaces as soft and radiant as glow-in-the-dark pashmina.
85% of 141 customers recommend
“Really enjoyed the massage. Really appreciated the therapist working me in to fit my schedule.”
“I had a relaxing massage. The lady was very professional and everything was explained to me beforehand and during the massage, there were no surprises. I had a good...”
“I had a relaxing massage. The lady was very professional and everything was explained to me beforehand and during the massage, there were no surprises. I had a good experience. When I can afford it again, I will schedule another sesion. ”
“Sandra was fabulous. I look forward to returning to VA Massage.”