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What You'll Get
Like the television remote control, the human body possesses pressure points, that, when pressed, cause various results such as lowering volume and projecting French subtitles on foreheads. Explore the possibilities of pointed pressure with today’s Groupon to Be Well. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get two 35-minute Migun thermal massage-bed sessions (a $50 value).
- For $35, you get a one-hour therapeutic massage (a $73.45 value).
Be Well’s team of dedicated staff applies pressure and heat to weary bodies during therapeutic massage treatments in an effort to catalyze skeletal serenity. A pair of 35-minute Migun thermal massage-bed sessions harness the power of helium-forged heat, along with strategic kneads from jade-stone massage heads, to activate pressure points around the spine. The combination of heat and pressure can help to alleviate muscle pain, ease headaches, and reduce the urge to stomp on a child’s balloon. Alternatively, a registered massage therapist employs a variety of muscle-manipulating techniques during a 60-minute massage tailored to each individual’s issues, leaving bodies calm enough to resist smashing a piñata filled with cans of Mountain Dew.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Be Well, A Creating Wellness Center
The three sisters who run Be Well, A Creating Wellness Center built their unique wellness program on a basic philosophy: that health—or the lack thereof—is the direct result of the nurturing or neglect of three categories—the physical, the biochemical, and the psychological. Thus, using technological evaluations and the guidance of knowledgeable practitioners, staffers assess clients’ health based on the strength of these three categories in their own lifestyle. They refer to the result of this evaluation as a wellness quotient—a numerical number that symbolizes the client’s position on a wellness continuum.
However, it is after this thorough assessment that the real work begins. The practitioners then curate a customized wellness program for each client based on their assessment, drawing from the center’s wide range of services. Clients may see a chiropractor for a misaligned back; they may receive nutritional counseling to help them improve their diet; they may partake in yoga, indulge in a thermal massage, enroll in fitness classes, and balance their chi through acupuncture—all in order to nurture their specific wellness deficits. And throughout the entire process, wellness coaches provide clients with support, encouragement, and constant reassessments to help them view their own progress as they return to vigor and full-body health.