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What You'll Get
Tight muscles tend to spasm involuntarily, causing confusion when hailing cabs or instigating involuntary pop-and-lock dance-offs on commuter trains. Keep your hands to yourself with today’s Groupon from Brittany Harris, LMT, at Country Comfort Massage Therapy. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get one 60-minute massage (a $60 value).
- For $85, you get three 60-minute massages (a $180 value).
Groupon purchasers may upgrade to a 90-minute hot-stone massage for an additional $35 fee, due at the time of service. Brittany Harris, LMT, manipulates tender muscles into releasing long-held tension using Swedish, deep-tissue, or prenatal modalities. The four-pronged arsenal of the Swedish massage employs flowing strokes, kneading, stretching, and percussion to help improve circulation, facilitate detoxification, and instill the sense of rhythm needed to keep your Clapper-activated bedside lamp from strobing. The deep-tissue massage zeros in on tension entrenchments and pain bunkers, working deep into muscles’ underlying layers to unwind painful knots and help defuse chronic pain. Specially designed tables ease mothers-to-be’s growing bodies, allowing guests to relax comfortably as therapists agilely work around their bun-baking ovens. This specialty massage destresses hard-to-reach areas and grants mothers an hour of supreme relaxation akin to meditating inside of a cloud.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only with Brittany Harris, LMT. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brittany Harris LMT
Brittany Harris always has her patients’ backs. In a private treatment room, the licensed therapist treats clients to 60- and 90-minute massages that feature Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone techniques, as well as chair massages to address the sadness caused by being picked last for jury duty.