Massage is a necessary part of athletes' regimens, as it prepares them for the rigors of darting across the field to get away from a weird-looking bug. Calm down with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $29 for one 60-minute Swedish massage (a $60 value)
- $39 for one 60-minute hot-stone massage (an $80 value)
- $69 for three 60-minute Swedish massages (a $150 value)
- $99 for three 60-minute hot-stone massages (a $240 value)
During the Swedish massage, a therapist puts muscles and minds at ease with a blend of traditional effleurage strokes and techniques such as reflexology and ohashiatsu. During the hot-stone session, smooth pebbles heated to 120 degrees help muscles unwind as aromatherapy oils further relax the senses.
Ancient Arts Healing Center
Though their studio’s name suggests otherwise, licensed massage therapist Tamara Giacomozzi and her staff remain focused on the present. When a client walks in to Ancient Arts Healing Center for a massage or naturopathic medical treatment, they devote all of their attention to the act of healing in the here-and-now. This client-centered approach is evident in all aspects of the studio, from the specialized medical practitioners on staff to the lotion bar that allows clients to choose custom scents for their massages.
Ancient Arts must be doing something right, because it has earned the Readers’ Choice award for “Best Massage” in the Trentonian for the past two years. The studio’s therapists earned that honor by mastering 12 massage styles, some of which incorporate cold marble stones, herbal packs, hot stones, and aromatic oils. Aside from the flagship massages, a slate of alternative therapies includes Japanese reiki, nutritional counseling, and card readings.