Massage therapists tailor their techniques to address stiff necks, sore backs, and arms stuck in the "touchdown" position. Score some relaxation points with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $90 for a two-hour X'Tract bodywork treatment ($190 value)
- $35 for a one-hour massage ($80 value)
- $39 for a chiropractic consultation and exam with x-rays (if necessary) and a one-hour massage ($280 value)
Cellulite—old, hardened deposits of fat cells—is hard to get rid of. However, during the X'Tract bodywork treatment, certified massage therapists work Young Living therapeutic essential oils into areas affected by cellulite through methods similar to lymphatic drainage and effleurage massage. When combined, these techniques improve circulation, which in turn helps dissolve cellulite.
Back in Line Chiropractic
At Back in Line Chiropractic, licensed massage therapists Stephanie, Vanina, and Mary guide guests onto a warm surface before trumping muscle aches and sore tissue with a blended brew of Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massage techniques. The therapists consult with patients and assess their muscles to pepper targeted kneads around problem areas, helping evict pain, rouse circulation, and dispose of porcupine-filled backpacks.
Doctor of Chiropractic Lee Echelbarger focuses on unearthing the causes of achy muscles and performing nontwisting adjustments to relieve the pain and impaired nerve function from joint misalignment. Using experience earned at the Palmer College of Chiropractic as well as specialized training and x-ray vision, Dr. Echelbarger seeks out and alleviates discomfort in the arms and legs caused by such conditions as carpal-tunnel syndrome and plantar fasciitis. Dr. Echelbarger also coddles musclescapes with neurological massage, which measures the electrical pulses traveling from the brain to the muscles to determine what muscles need to be soothed for maximum relief.