Deep Tissue Massage in Lansing

A 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at The Fit Box (49% Off)

The Fit Box


From the merchant: I specialize in sports recovery, headache pain relief, sciatica pain relief, pre-natal massage. I also offer Reiki.

$65 $33

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60- or 90-Minute Massage at Teresa's Salon & Spa - Massage by Drea (Up to 61% Off)

Teresa's Salon & Spa - Massage by Drea


Three modalities with increasing degrees of pressure, so clients can choose to focus on relaxation or deep-muscle relief

$65 $29

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$39 for 60-Minute Massage at Spa Lyfe ($90 Value)

Spa Lyfe

Located in the Sola Salon Studio

Choose from a list of custom massages that ease tension with gentle strokes, hot stones, and aromatherapy

$90 $39

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for a Swedish or Deep-Tissue Massage at Ann Arbor Massage and Bodywork (51% Off)

Ann Arbor Massage and Bodywork


One of studio's two licensed massage therapists delivers long, flowing Swedish strokes or deep-tissue bodywork to relieve pain and tension

$80 $39

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A 90-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Pro-Active Life Massage (49% Off)

Pro-active Life Massage


From the merchant: The Massage Therapist includes the use of essential oils, and hot towels to promote a therapeutic experience.

$75 $38

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A 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Perfect Touch Massage Therapy (56% Off)

Perfect Touch Massage


Enjoy a 60-minute deep-tissue massage.

$70 $31

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60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage from Eastern Arts Therapeutic Massage (49% Off)

Eastern Arts Therapeutic Massage


Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$75 $38

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90-Minute Deep-Tissue or Swedish Massage at Therapeutic Massage (54% Off)

Therapeutic Massage


Therapist alleviates tension with firm, deep-tissue pressures or gentle Swedish kneads

$150 $69

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$45 for a 60-Minute Massage from Teresa Mathis at Salon Jacqueline and Spa ($75 Value)

Teresa Mathis at Salon Jacqueline and Spa


Skilled therapist blends light-to-medium strokes with firmer, more focused pressure to ease chronic tension and promote relaxation

$75 $45

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One of Three Massages of Choice at Serenity Touch Massage (Up to 53% Off)

Serenity Touch Massage


Choose from deep-tissue, Swedish, aromatherapy, sports, or chair massage

$70 $35

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$35 for 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Dynamic Chiropractic Centers ($65 Value)

Dynamic Chiropractic Centers

Rochester Hills

Deep-tissue massage releases toxins and alleviates aches and pains with vigorous pressure

$65 $35

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$40 for a 60-Minute Therapeutic or Deep-Tissue Massage at Greenleaf Bodywork ($60 Value)

Greenleaf Bodywork

Downtown Ferndale

Massage therapists apply their healing skills to release chronic pain patterns and tension during therapeutic or deep-tissue massage

$60 $40

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$35 for a Massage with Chiropractic Package at Madison Heights Chiropractic Center ($159 Value)

Madison Heights Chiropractic Center

Madison Heights

Nationally certified massage therapist mends muscles with choice of four modalities before assessing spines during a chiropractic exam

$159 $35

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A 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Integrated Wellness (50% Off)

Integrated Wellness Natasha Wilson


From the merchant: Take a 60-minute vacation from stress with a deep-tissue massage; relief from head to toe

$70 $35

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One or Three 60-Minute Massages at Eclipse Cosmetic and Laser Centre (58% Off)

Eclipse Cosmetic and Laser Centre

City Centre

Massages soothe tense muscles and reduce stress

C$140 C$59

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Throughout her training and more than 13 years of professional experience, certified massage therapist and Lighthouse Massage Center founder Elizabeth Everett has learned to treat patients with more than just her hands. She performs 11 types of massage, including Ashiatsu oriental bar therapy, during which she uses her feet to deeply manipulate muscles in the back, glutes, and legs. Her hands work in tandem with warmed stones during hot lava-stone treatments as wafts of smoke from white sage fill the air with a calming scent. Raindrop-therapy sessions use the aromatic blends of Young Living Essential Oils and ancient Lakota techniques to target both physical and energetic toxins acquired from carrying whiny backpacks. Elizabeth, who has used her capable hands to soothe the stage-weary muscles of musicians such as Alice Cooper and Alicia Keys, is also a certified yoga instructor, and leads Vinyasa classes at Hilltop Yoga.

110 East Grand River Avenue

At Zoë Life Spa and Salon, guests are greeted by a "worry tree” that encourages them to symbolically hang their troubles on its serene branches. Once they've cast off these outside cares, they're free to focus on some well-deserved "me time," soaking up the spa's soothing, earthy ambiance as they await pampering in the form of everything from massages and manicures to haircuts and facials bolstered by Primavera, Esente, and Doctor’s Approach products. The spa’s staff helps clients make the most of their brief reprieve from the outside world and its constant barrage of deadlines, traffic jams, and attacks by reanimated mummies, indulging them with light snacks, herb-infused teas, and fresh juices during each relaxing service.

6452 Millennium Dr, Ste 170

For the past five years, Tamara Thomas has been soothing shoulders and unknotting muscles during her relaxing massages. Believing that massage is a necessity, not a luxury, she glides hands over backs during tension-relieving Swedish massages or works to alleviate pain during targeted deep-tissue massages. She adds pampering treatments to the massages to further relax guests, such as dipping hands in warm paraffin, or placing warm stones on specific bodily areas.

3333 S Pennsylvania Ave

Massage therapist Aja Fortenberry trained in the 1,100-hour Baker College program, where she learned to incorporate Swedish massage, active stretching, and deep therapeutic bodywork to ease tension. Now, with more than 10 years of experience, Aja provides clients with her healing touch at Verity Life Massage Therapy. She offers her signature Swedish massages in 60- and 90-minute iterations as well as short chair-massage sessions.

215 Washington Square South

Handworks Massage LLC owner and certified massage therapist Scott Stearns administers purposeful bodywork customized to help assuage physical and emotional stress or advance injury recovery. His 60-minute massages may incorporate multiple modalities to coax knotted muscles and bunched connective tissues into relaxing, being more flexible, and resuming their at-ease position. During the treatment, interactive discussion gives clients insight into Scott’s holistic techniques and efforts to ease the body-wide taxation from activities such as sports training, professional labor, and giving a piggyback ride to an adorable five-year-old SUV. Sessions forgo the scented candles and heavy oil bastings of traditional spas in favor of an athletically inspired space, with massagee-chosen tunes, sparing applications of organic jojoba oil, and a table topped with an ergonomic bodyCushion for cloud-like comfort.

2510 E Michigan Ave

Signature Service: Massage

Established: 2010

Reservations/Appointments: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Staff Size: 1 person

Parking: Parking lot

Minimum Age Requirement: 18

Pro Tip: Take a warm shower to help relax your muscles so I can get to the problem areas a little easier.

Q&A with Katie, Certified Massage Therapist

Do you agree with the phrase "beauty is on the inside?" Why or why not?

I do. It goes along with the saying, "Don't judge a book its cover." We do it all the time, whether we notice it or not. My best friend almost wasn't my friend at all because I had decided that because she was so beautiful on the outside, there was no way she was beautiful on the inside. As it turns out, she is one of the most caring and loving people I know. There are all kinds of people out there. If we don't take the time to know them, then we have failed not only ourselves, but our future generations.

What's the most common beauty mistake you see people make? What would you recommend they do instead?

It's the fact that some people don't wash their faces or they use regular body soap to do it. Being a massage therapist, I take care of the body and soul. Being a Mary Kay consultant, I take care of skin. The skin on your face is more delicate and has a different reaction to what you use on your body. You need something that is formulated for your face to take care of any problems that you might have.

What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a client?

When they told me that I made them feel human again. It broke my heart that they had experienced so much pain during their recovery and then after. Their doctors couldn't find a way to relieve their pain, but I did. It made my day to see a big smile on their face.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

I love to talk and to get to know new people. So if you come in for a treatment and would like peace and quiet, just let me know before hand. My goal is to help you relieve stress, not to cause more of it.

300 Western Ave. Apt. C237