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2999 S Virginia St, Reno

One 60-Minute Massage at Azul Massage and Bodyworks (Up to 40% Off)

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Licensed therapist blends light to medium strokes with firmer pressure to ease tension and promote deep relaxation

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3 ratings1 reviews
August 2, 2019
16 ratings8 reviews
January 29, 2019
Very caring, thorough review of history as it applies to an effective massage to meet my preference and needs. Also, he was calm and quiet which allowed me to relax!
1 ratings1 reviews
May 11, 2017
Great experience very professional
5 ratings1 reviews
February 9, 2017
Pleasant, on time, good pressure.
19 ratings13 reviews
November 23, 2016
Awesome massage
3 ratings3 reviews
September 18, 2016
Very small room, noisy fan, no do relaxing
3 ratings2 reviews
March 28, 2016
Joseph is prompt, professional, and caring. He provides a therapeutic massage, applying the correct pressure requested in the focus areas. Very good massage!
3 ratings2 reviews
November 19, 2015
He is great!
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About This Deal


  • $44.50 for one therapeutic 60-minute massage ($75 value)

Azul Massage and Bodyworks, NVMT-5460

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. 24-hour cancellation notice required. Appointment required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Azul Massage and Bodyworks

Muscular System

The joys of a massage or the relief of an adjustment—and the stresses of physical work—play out partly in the muscles. Learn just what pumps the body up with Groupon’s guide to the muscular system.

The human body has more than 630 muscles keeping it upright and mobile. They make up almost half its weight and power the movements of the bones, the blood, and even the food in the stomach. Perhaps the most familiar muscles are those seen in bodybuilding contests and facial-expression contests: the skeletal, or voluntary, muscles. They’re attached to our bones and controlled by our brains, which zap them with electrical signals to cause their fibers to contract. During a muscle contraction, filaments inside the muscle fibers slide together, stacking up on one another so that the larger fiber shortens. In shortening, the fibers gain thickness—a phenomenon we notice as flexing. Whatever muscles do, they accomplish by this single pulling action. If a bicep (part of a category of muscles known as flexors) flexes to lift a barbell, it needs a tricep (an extensor), pulling in the opposite direction, to bring the arm back down.

The other two types of muscles are smooth muscles and cardiac muscles, and both are beyond our conscious control. Cardiac muscles control the beating of the heart, contracting the chambers to push blood throughout the body. But the blood doesn’t ride to the toes on that momentum alone. Lining the blood vessels are smooth muscles that help push it along. These also line the esophagus, stomach, and intestine to move food through the digestive track, and can even help regulate the body’s temperature by opening and closing capillaries near the skin surface, all without conscious effort. The subconscious brain is also happy to turn muscles to ends beyond their apparent purpose: for instance, what we experience as shivering from cold is simply the brain causing the muscles to spasm so they will generate heat and keep your blood and any baby chicks in your coat pockets warm.