Ashiatsu⎯the massage technique of walking atop the back⎯works by making the back feel like a peaceful suburban sidewalk, an effect equally attainable by placing a mailbox on it. Repave your spinal walkways with today’s Groupon to Arizona Sports and Rehabilitation Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get a 60-minute deep-tissue massage (a $75 value).
- For $40, you get a 60-minute Asian ashiatsu massage (a $90 value).
- For $42, you get a 90-minute deep-tissue massage (a $110 value).
- For $55, you get a 90-minute Asian ashiatsu massage (a $135 value).<p>
Board-certified physical therapist Dr. Wendy A. Weisflog and the licensed staff at Arizona Sports and Rehabilitation Center mollycoddle sore muscles with a range of massage modalities. For 60 or 90 minutes, the deep-tissue massage smoothes out painful knots with a concentrated kneading normally reserved for solving calculus equations in dough. Alternatively, ashiatsu massage therapists grip wooden bar supports suspended above the table and sink bare feet into specific parts of the back with deep compression strokes that help to relieve inflammation along the spine. Inside the studio, softly lit hallways guide guests to the massage chamber, where potted foliage dips leaves over wooden floors relaxed by the constant tread of ashiatsu practitioners.
Arizona Sports & Rehabilitation Center
Dr. Wendy A. Weisflog draws from her own athletic experiences to help to heal injured athletes as well as clients who have strained muscles off the field or court. The chiropractic, nutrition, and massage treatments available at Arizona Sports & Rehabilitation Center offer clients relief from everyday tension, work-related injury, and vertebrae caught kissing.
The practice decorates its spacious treatment rooms and waiting area with Asian flourishes such as wood-block artwork and paper-lantern light fixtures.
8114 E Cactus Rd.
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260