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What You'll Get
Health screenings are a more accurate alternative to asking carnival barkers to guess how many blood cells you have. Step right up for holistic physical assessments with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $49 for a 45-minute Sonic facial and a 45-minute massage (a $130 total value)<p>
Sonic facials begin with cleansing and steam to open pores, followed by facial massage to oxygenate delicate tissue, a purifying mask, and an aromatherapy toner. Choose from 14 massage styles, including hot stones with flowing Swedish-style strokes, prenatal bodywork, and intense neuromuscular therapy.<p>
- $65 for a 45-minute Sonic facial or a 45-minute massage and a health assessment (a $154 total value)<p>
Dr. Kathryn Knox starts a 10-point health assessment with a health survey and family healthy history, then measures hydration levels and takes a saliva sample to evaluate liver function, digestive enzymes, and mineral reserves. She then studies your irises and wraps up with a Chinese medical analysis and a plan of action.<p>
- $99 for a health assessment, a 45-minute Sonic facial, and a 45-minute massage, plus a $20 certificate for dietary supplements (a $239 total value)<p>
Bottles of fast acting, highly absorbable nutritional supplements contain 30 servings each of vitamin C ($13.50) multivitamins ($21.95), and super antioxidants ($29.95).<p>
All options include free access to Tips to Enliven Your Spirit!, an e-book and guided meditation. Purchasers receive sign-up information at the time of their appointment.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About A Touch of Grace
As a vegetarian teen exploring meditation and yoga, Kathryn Knox probably did not expect that as an adult, she would cement her interest in the intersection of spirituality and health with a stint in the military and a grueling exam. The path to becoming a board-certified doctor of naturopathy and opening A Touch of Grace began with jobs in a health-food restaurant, a health-food store, and a health and fitness club carved out inside a giant apple. Along the way, she complimented her growing knowledge of nutrition with massage therapy and yoga-teacher training. Her progress was interrupted by a two-year enlistment in the U.S. Army, where she entered the 10th Special Forces, a Green Beret unit. Her curiosity about human physiology only deepened when she was away, so she became a licensed emergency medical technician after her enlistment, showing a proficiency that earned her a scholarship to nursing school. Drawn still to holistic healing, she turned down the offer and instead pursued energy healing and completed the Naturopathic Physicians course at Trinity College.
Now she oversees A Touch of Grace with more than a quarter century of experience. Massage is her principle focus, given that she is skilled in 14 modalities. Among them are traditional Swedish and deep-tissue therapies that relax and heal injury, respectively, a Hawaiian style that mimics the roll of the ocean, and a series that eases women's bodies during pregnancy. As a doctor of naturopathy, she can evaluate your health with a 10-point exam that results in programs of Isotonix supplements and herbal tinctures.