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What You'll Get
Like a potato, if the human body is not properly mashed and moisturized, it will never be used for anything more than a science-project battery. Make sure your body is properly fluffed and buttered with today's soothing Groupon: for $45, you get a 90-minute massage at Buoyance in Huntersville (up to a $155 value).
Buoyance draws on a broad therapeutic arsenal to imbue its clients with tranquility and impart a range of bodily benefits. The 90-minute massage tames wild tendons with the skilled strokes of a highly trained muscle manipulator. All-natural scented and unscented massage oils soften skin and provide a slick surface on which healing hands can perform their delicate finger dance, coaxing tension out of its deeply burrowed warrens like a hunter drawing out his prey with the promise of free long-distance phone service. Clients keep warm on a heated table dressed with handmade linens while restful music and nature sounds allow eardrums to float toward nirvana on a lazy river of sonic relief.
This Groupon may also be substituted for a 60-minute float session and 30-minute massage (a total value of $110). Following the 30-minute kneading, customers can levitate for an hour in the 8.2-foot-by-4.6-foot Oasis tank, which is packed with nearly 1,000 pounds of Dead Sea salts to effect easy floatation. The curbing of distractions coupled with partial immersion in water can mitigate the negative effects of chronic pain, sleep deprivation, and various mental and physical roadblocks while imparting the ethereal sensation of living in a world where gravity can't stop you from jumping into the sun.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. May substitute for a 60-minute floatation session and a 30-minute massage. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.