Massage therapists, like pastry chefs, are proficient in a series of kneading techniques, make a stressful day more enjoyable, and are generally the first two positions appointed to a new president’s cabinet. Bake away stress with today’s Groupon to Bodywise Massage & Spa Therapies in University Place. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a one-hour massage (a $60 value).
- For $37, you get a facial massage (a $75 value).<p>
Bodywise Massage & Spa Therapies’s relaxation gurus knead away clients’ tension with a variety of body and facial massages. During the one-hour body massage, a licensed massage therapist will soothe aching bodies with the ideal technique for each individual’s needs. A Swedish or deep-tissue massage melts muscles into the soft consistency of freshly laundered cotton candy with flowing strokes and alternate levels of pressure, and the sports massage works to heal athletes’ injuries and prevent future muscle mishaps. Alternatively, moms-to-be can ramp up their circulation and decimate tension caused from tight muscles and finding the right lawyer to help to evict tummy tenants at the legally appointed date.
Clients can also opt for a more focused trigger-point massage that homes in on particular muscle knots or a foot-focused reflexology massage designed to cultivate overall well being. Otherwise, worn-out visages can bask beneath aromatic steamed towels and gentle strokes during a one-hour facial massage designed to exfoliate pores, unfetter toxins, and help to lessen the appearance of wrinkles and temporary prison tattoos.
Wellness goes hand-in-hand with relaxation, and at Bodywise Massage, the staff strives to boost both. Everything from Swedish and deep-tissue massages to spa treatments such as body wraps and foot baths soothe the senses while the creature comforts of candlelight, crackling firewood, and soft blankets surround gests throughout. But these health mavens also aim to get their wards up and moving. Classes strengthen bodies and minds alike by focusing on qigong and mankind's favorite way to think about a society run by kittens: meditation.