Without massages, shoulders would stiffen into immobility and fall victim to freeloading parrots and the burden of carrying Earth’s heavyset brother, Girth. Pamper your perches with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for a 60-minute Swedish massage (a $70 value)
- $40 for a 60-minute hot-stone massage (an $85 value)<p>
Full-body massages relieve tension and stimulate blood flow with either the Swedish technique’s gentle pressure and alternating taps and strokes or the therapeutic warmth of smooth, heated river stones.<p>
Debra A. Florio, MA38601
Contour Body Works
The deft hands of Debra Florio, the owner of Contour Body Works and a licensed massage therapist in her own right, alternate between firm pressures and gentle strokes as they sweep over backs in relaxing massage sessions. Debra and her team of therapists rely on a mix of Eastern and Western techniques—from the gentle, full-body strokes of Swedish massage to the shiatsu acupressure and sliding bamboo shoots of bamboossage—to drive away tension accumulated while hanging from cliffs or betting whether strangers are left-handed.
Contour Body Works’ relaxing spa services don’t end with massage. The center’s licensed facial specialists cleanse pores of dirt and oil during European facials that include steaming, extractions, and a mask tailored to each client’s skin type. Dead Sea salt exfoliates skin during salt-glow sessions, and alternative treatments such as mud wraps and infrared-sauna sessions penetrate the skin’s superficial layers to expel toxins and reduce the appearance of cellulite. Similarly innovative treatments include magnetic therapy, which draws on the science of polarity to balance the body’s vibrations and realign the needles on wonky internal compasses.
97% of 481 customers recommend
“Matt gave one of the best massages I've had since moving here from northern VA. Thanks!”
“my huband and I both had massages with different therapists and we both thought they where one the best that we had ever had”
“Michelle was wonderful and I will go back”