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What You'll Get
If you've ever sat beside a roaring fire, wishing its flame fingers would reach out and massage your aches and pains away, today's Groupon gives you all the warmth of a fire massage without the uncomfortable burns: for $35, you get a 60-minute hot-stone therapeutic massage at Adriene's Massage (an $80 value), located within the chiropractic office of Dr. Jack Mustard.
Licensed massage therapist Adriene Marcos invokes the soothing powers of hot stones to knead out bodily aches and pesky pains. The pampering procedure begins with the strategic placement of water-treated hot stones on specific bodily points of interest, promoting relaxation and improving ham-radio reception. With plateaus thoroughly prepped, Adriene suits up for a deep-tissue expedition, subduing stress-laden muscles with focused pressure and intense kneads. As the soothing scents of warm BeautiControl massage oil waft through the air, energy pathways will be opened and the body's intricate system of arteries and Roman aqueducts will flow freely. Although this Groupon only covers the 60-minute massage, weary skins looking for more time can upgrade to a 90-minute hot-stone extravaganza for an extra fee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. May apply value towards upgrade. Not valid for out call massages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adriene's Massage Therapy
Since graduating from the ACE School of Massage Therapy, licensed massage therapist Adriene Marcos has focused her sights on eliminating muscle aches and helping clients achieve deeper levels of relaxation. At her independent practice, Adriene cultivates blood circulation with long, flowing Swedish strokes, and accesses deeply rooted hurts with trigger-point deactivation techniques. After tight sinews soften beneath the polished heat of a hot-stone massage, clients can request deep-tissue kneading to remove tension from muscles or free a pet genie from the confines of its cramped bottle.