Deep Tissue Massage in Kyle

Hawaiian Massage, Intuitive-Healing Energy Session, or Both from Kim Masoni at The Rosedale Clinic (Up to 55% Off)

Kim Masoni at The Rosedale Clinic

Austin

Licensed massage therapist promotes healing with relaxing and therapeutic massage; hands-on therapy helps to balance energy flow

$80 $39

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$49 for a 60-Minute Deep Tissue Massage at Westlake Massage ($102 Value)

Westlake Massage

Austin

Clinically focused massage incorporating techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and stretching

$102 $49

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One-Hour Massage or Aromatherapy Ashiatsu Massage from Stacia Guerrero at Mindful Body Center (Up to 68% Off)

Stacia Guerrero at Mindful Body Center

Brentwood

Traditional massage or ashiatsu, in which the therapist uses an overhead bar for support while massaging the client's back with bare feet

$120 $39

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A 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Woodcliff Point Massage (50% Off)

Woodcliff Point Massage

Austin

From the merchant: Come in and receive a relaxing and therapeutic deep tissue massage. I will help relieve your tension and stress.

$60 $30

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$34 for a 60-Minute Massage at Massage Savvy (Up to $60 Value)

Massage Savvy

Round Rock

Therapist channels clinical knowledge into a variety of modalities and techniques to alleviate tension in the body and mind

$60 $34

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1 Swedish or Deep-Tissue Massage, or 3 Swedish Massages at Palpate the Mind of San Antonio (Up to 61% Off)

Palpate the Mind of San Antonio

San Antonio

Gentle, flowing strokes ease tension during Swedish massage, and focused kneads help alleviate pain during deep-tissue massage

$85 $39

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$30 for $75 Worth of Deep-Tissue Massage — Salud Massage - Lee-Michael Kee

Salud Massage

San Antonio

Includes an initial consultation and evaluation of massage needs plus a one-hour custom massage

$75 $30

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A 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Daniel Fernandez LMT (49% Off)

Daniel Fernandez Lmt

Northwest Side

From the merchant: Therapeutic Massage addresses each patient’s needs, such as neck & back pain, stress or sports injuries.

$75 $38

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One or Two 60-Minute Massages with Aromatherapy and Sauna Sessions at Lotus Health Spa (Up to 72% Off)

Lotus Health Spa

Northwest Side

Come in to relax for a while as a massage therapist kneads away tension and a sauna helps you breathe easier

$230 $65

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One or Three Deep-Tissue Massages at Erin J. Martin, LMT (Up to 56% Off)

Erin J. Martin, LMT

Greater Harmony Hils

Licensed massage therapist tailor deep-tissue kneads to address your concerns and loosen tight knots

$75 $35

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One or Three 60-Minute Massages at Sabrina Penn LMT (Up to 56% Off)

Sabrina Penn LMT

San Antonio

Licensed massage therapist helps knots unravel and clients relax with modalities such as Swedish and deep-tissue massage

$75 $35

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One or Three 60-Minute Swedish or Deep-Tissue Massages With Aromatherapy at All Knots Kneaded (Up to 53% Off)

All knots kneaded

Inside Sola Salons

Rested in a tranquil atmosphere, clients receive a personalized Swedish or deep-tissue massage from a therapist with 16 years of experience

$70 $35

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One 60-Minute Massage at LeValley Massage Therapy (Up to 50% Off)

LeValley Massage Therapy

Killeen

Licensed massage therapist uses flowing Swedish strokes, sports techniques, or deep-tissue pressure to ease tension and promote relaxation

$50 $25

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White Stone Day Spa is a shimmering oasis amid the stresses of daily life, giving clients a brief respite from the outside world with a full complement of spa and salon services. The day spa continues to evolve its relaxing environment by embracing modern advancements in cosmetic products and technology. Human touch massage chairs transform the most straightforward mani-pedis into truly luxuriant experiences, and those chairs coexist happily with White Stone's human massage therapists, who relieve muscular aches with combinations of Swedish and deep-tissue techniques. During facials, aestheticians pamper clients and their ventriloquist dummies with glo minerals and glo therapeutics skincare products. White Stone Day Spa also stocks diamond-tipped microdermabrasion wands and encourages visitors to schedule a detoxifying session in its infrared sauna.

Buda Sports Center
Buda,
TX
US

As advocates of health and beauty for the whole body, Krystal Kincaid and the team at The Natural Way offer customized facials, microdermabrasion, waxing treatments, and therapeutic massage. The studio fosters a passionate belief in natural remedies, and thus only uses natural and organic products—such as paraben-free serums from Skin by Ann Webb—when customizing each treatment to the client's individual issues, from easing acne problems to diminishing the signs of aging. The spa's far-infrared sauna has three spectrums of heat to penetrate the body and relieve pain, improve circulation, aid in weight loss, and boost cell immunity. Clients can augment these benefits by combining an infrared sauna session with a session of the spa's therapeutic massage. In fact, most treatments can be enhanced with an add-on, such as a hydrating foot scrub, or a peppermint cooling scalp massage.

Krystal's journey into the wellness trade began in Florida, where she earned her massage license. When she moved to Austin, her expertise in neuromuscular therapy and Swedish massage proved so impressive to the locals that she soon decided to open her own wellness spa. Her vision found its realization in The Natural Way, a suite spa with four private treatment rooms and a team of therapists who specialize in five types of therapeutic massage. Among these, the ancient method of ashiatsu is a standout. Its foot pressures are designed to ease chronic pains, increase blood flow, and reset the hard drive at the base of the spine.

3801 S Congress Ave, Ste 101
Austin,
TX
US

When Martha Millan says, "Beauty shouldn't hurt," she's not peddling a slogan—her first job in the beauty industry literally caused her pain. Working at an upscale salon, her exposure to common hair and makeup products triggered hives and headaches. While searching for more natural goods for personal use, her research revealed unsettling truths about many industry product lines that often use irritating perfumes to mask the underlying odors of harsh chemicals. Feeling that everyone should have the opportunity to look beautiful without fear of harming health, she bought a salon and transformed it into Salon O Day Spa.

Amid Salon O Day's industrial decor, Millan and her team of stylists, aestheticians, and a massage therapist use products so natural that some are even edible, though Millan imagines the taste would leave something to be desired: barbecue sauce. Among the array of certified-organic, not-tested-on-animals, gluten- and chemical-free products, Millan's favorites include Osmosis Pur Medical Skincare, developed by an American physician who advocates against overexfoliation. For hair, stylists use products from lines including Surface Hair and Organic Color Systems, and during nail services, technicians use natural products from SpaRitual in tandem with scrubs made in-house from ingredients bought at a local co-op.

3110 Guadalupe, Ste 100
Austin,
TX
US

Viva Day Spa?s owners focus on providing all the services and amenities one would expect from a luxurious spa without an ounce of pretentiousness. At both of the spa?s locations, staffers never turn their noses up?the spa was named Best Spa by the Austin Chronicle in 2012 and tied for best in 2011. The staff engages clients with this down-to-earth attitude as they prepare them for massages, facials, and other spa treatments?all of which are administered by award-winning therapists armed with natural and organic products. Both Viva Day Spa locations feature an upscale, modern decor rife with wood accents, and the Lamar location displays perky plants and colorful flowers, as well as whimsical yellow puffy orb lights, natural sunlight, and arched doorways with intricate wood carvings. One of its walls showcases a large expanse of lettering that gives ?suggestions on how to live a happy and rewarding life,? and there?s even a round room with a curved, pillow-topped bench circumscribing its curved wall. With warm, almost romantic lighting and rich mocha-colored walls, the spa is anything but sterile and cold. The female-owned spa works to accommodate people?s hectic schedules by staying open seven days a week until 8 p.m.

215 S Lamar Blvd.
Austin,
TX
US

Skin Zen Spa knows the import role skin plays in people's lives. Acting as the body’s barrier, the skin protects from illnesses and environmental factors. Though this germ armor constantly works to keep the bad stuff out, chemical substances can still break in, which is why Skin Zen Spa commits to treating skin with organic, natural, and botanical products. During one of the spa’s body-coddling treatments, surfaces soften with the use of products from Éminence Organic Skin Care, SkinCeuticals, and Skin Zen Spa’s own signature line. Essential and Premier facials remove dirt and oil in the process of washing away lipsticked cheeks from past family reunions. Waxing treatments banish unwanted hair, and soothing massages chase tension and aches away from muscles.

In order to help clients to maintain routine skincare and bodycare, Skin Zen Spa offers facial and massage memberships, which grant members one facial or massage per month, extended service time, and discounted pricing on services provided they remember the secret handshake.

9333 Research Blvd
Austin,
TX
US

Kirsch Method likely wasn?t voted Best Acupuncture Service of 2012 in Austin Fit Magazine solely because it can help treat digestive disorders, headaches, and spinal maladies. That?s what every acupuncture clinic should be able to do. What makes Kirsch Method different is that its therapist, Matthew Kirsch, is not interested in inserting needles and then leaving the patient alone for 90 minutes. He believes in fully treating a patient, which is why he stays in the room and performs craniosacral therapy while the needles work on realigning energies. This alleviates tension in the fascia surrounding spine.

Kirsch started performing the complementary treatments during the 1,000-hour clinic portion of his acupuncture training, part of the more than 3,000 hours he's spent earning his master?s degree in Oriental Medicine. He also learned to administer acupressure, a massage style that focuses on the same energy meridians as acupuncture but eschews needles, much like a porcupine who wants to soften his tough-guy image.

1621 West 6th Street
Austin,
TX
US