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Christine DC Decarolis, LMT RMT - Litchfield

One, Two, or Three 60-Minute Wellness Massages from Christine DC Decarolis, LMT RMT (Up to 54% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Certain medical conditions require a Doctor's written consent. All massages must be used by same person.
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Questions and Answers 7 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Do you do deep tissue massage?

Roberta T.  asked on  Apr 10, 2013

A:

I have been trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy and Myofascial Release. I combine those techniques to provide a massage tailored to your specific needs. What I do NOT do is a full-body Deep Tissue session. Deep Tissue is intended to resolve a specific issue in a particular area. It is too intense and mostly unnecessary for the whole body. Most people looking for deep tissue are looking for deep-pressure: good contact and firm pressure that works as deeply as the muscles and soft tissues allow.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 10, 2013

Q:

Is this groupon for first time clients only?

Dawn R.  asked on  Apr 11, 2013

A:

No.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 11, 2013

Q:

If purchasing the option of 3, do all 3 massages need to be complete by the expiration date? Thanks

Dawn R.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

No. You just need to contact me before the expire date to schedule your sessions. I would prefer that at least the first session occur before the expire date but it isn't required.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 12, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

We offered to pay the single session rate ( my wife for her neck, and for me my diabetes), we offered to each sit for an hour and a half and wait for each other, and we offered to "tip" on the full rate, my question is: would you mind if my wife does not want to create a second Groupon account (because I have $350 in groupon credit only in MY name), so would you mind if we take our business elsewhere?

david p.  asked on  Apr 13, 2013

A:

It sounds to me that you would be better off finding a massage therapy practice that can better accommodate your needs.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

Q:

As we discussed in prior questions, my wife and I would like to purchase 2 back to back massages and agree to all conditions in your Q & A. We are willing to pay the price of two separate Groupons. But when I went to go buy the TWO individual Groupons, the site would not let me purchase two individual Groupons, only the Two session deal. Could we purchase the "Two" session deal and do the back to back sessions (assuming a two and 1/2 hour overall visit) and compensate you directly the difference in albeit the slight savings from the two session vs. the one session purchase price? FYI and others, "tipping" the masseur according to the % of the FULL rate should be expected.

david p.  asked on  Apr 13, 2013

A:

The deal is limited to one per person. However you can purchase one under your login and one under your wife's login. If you don't each have your own login, you may create a second one if you have a second email address.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 13, 2013

Q:

If purchasing the option of 3, do all 3 massages need to be complete by the expiration date? Thanks

Dawn R.  asked on  Apr 12, 2013

A:

No. You just need to contact me before the expire date to schedule your sessions. I would prefer that at least the first session occur before the expire date but it isn't required.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 12, 2013

Q:

Is this groupon for first time clients only?

Dawn R.  asked on  Apr 11, 2013

A:

No.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 11, 2013

Q:

Do you do deep tissue massage?

Roberta T.  asked on  Apr 10, 2013

A:

I have been trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy and Myofascial Release. I combine those techniques to provide a massage tailored to your specific needs. What I do NOT do is a full-body Deep Tissue session. Deep Tissue is intended to resolve a specific issue in a particular area. It is too intense and mostly unnecessary for the whole body. Most people looking for deep tissue are looking for deep-pressure: good contact and firm pressure that works as deeply as the muscles and soft tissues allow.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 10, 2013

Q:

Thank you for your prompt reply. But I need to zero in. We are not seeking to save $2 by simply buying a two groupon session package. Buying two single groupon discounted massages is just fine. We just want to be sure that we can make more efficient use of our time and procure a massage for both of us, if not simultaneous then back to back appointments. By not offering "couples" massages are you saying you only massage women? Again, we are only making the "simultaneous" request if indeed there are two massage therapists. I do not want to be in the same room with my wife. And if you work alone, the question is moot.

david p.  asked on  Apr 9, 2013

A:

I am a sole practitioner which I assumed was apparent due to my business name. I do not limit my practice based on gender. If you wish to only make one trip to my office, then you would have to schedule back-to-back sessions. Please be aware that you would need to allocate 2 1/2 hours of your time for the sessions since I will need a break between sessions. There are any number of lovely restaurants in the area if you'd like to go for a meal after your sessions.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 9, 2013

Q:

My wife and I would be interested in purchasing two groupon option with the intention of BOTH of us having a simultaneous massage. Is there more than one massage therapist available and is this allowable under the one per person conditions? If not simultaneous, can we still purchase the two groupon option, one for each of us and use them " back to back" (while one waits for the other), to combine into one overall visit (appointment)?

david p.  asked on  Apr 9, 2013

A:

I do not do couples massage. I can do back-to-back sessions but you'd each have to purchase a one session package. The small print in the voucher does state that all massages must be used by the same person. Therefore a two-session package cannot be used by two people.

Christine D.  from  Merchant  replied on  Apr 9, 2013

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