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What You'll Get
Without spas, terry-cloth bathrobes would have to make ends meet by taking part-time jobs as car-wash rags and Muppets. Help keep bathwear gainfully employed with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a 60-minute massage at A Sacred Place for Healing in Overland Park (a $60 value).
Certified massage therapist Angela Reed treats torsos, shoulders, and backs to an arsenal of relaxing massage techniques. Chronic pain melts under her lithe hands as she pampers tense muscles with deep-tissue kneads or flowing Swedish strokes to help evaporate stress, relieve discomfort, and instill empathy for genie lamps. Traditional reiki techniques fling bolts of energy into limbs to help unbalanced bodies rediscover internal equilibrium and serenity, and reflexology focuses solely on hands and feet by hypnotizing appendage enders with circular motions and strategic pinches. Clients craving a relaxation hodgepodge can indulge in an integrated massage session, which incorporates customized flourishes from multiple techniques. Additionally, Angela holds certification in prenatal therapy for expectant mothers and storks on sabbatical.
The Fine Print
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About A Sacred Place for Healing
Conveniently located near the State Line Road, A Sacred Place for Healing acts as an oasis for those in need of pain relief and relaxation. Helmed by Angela Reed, an experienced massage therapist who enjoys working one-on-one with clients, guests can treat themselves to a range of massage modalities. Angela dishes out Swedish treatments to pamper her patients and also administers energy-based reiki sessions. In order to treat chronic pain or soreness caused by sitting through a public reading of the entire dictionary, Angela uses deep-tissue techniques that dig down into musculature to tackle lingering back pain.