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What You'll Get
Without the loosening effects of massage, shoulders would stiffen into immobility and fall victim to freeloading parrots and the burden of carrying Earth’s heavyset brother, Girth. Learn to pamper others’ perches with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a trigger-point massage-therapy class package for two at Holmberg Wellness Group (a $110 value). Workshops take place from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays; additional weeknight classes will be added as needed. The package includes the following:
- A one-hour class in trigger-point massage therapy for two (a $90 total value)
- One tube of Biofreeze pain-relief gel (a $12 value)
- Two sandwiches from Barn’ards (a $8 total value)
Trained staffers overseen by Doctor of Chiropractic Greg Holmberg teach groups of up to 16 students to self-treat neuromuscular pain in one-hour workshops on trigger-point massage at Holmberg Wellness Group. Trigger-point-massage practitioners apply pressure on specific areas of tender tissue to release constricted muscles and genies trapped in the tibia. In conjunction with regular massage techniques, the treatment can help muscles to reestablish healthful habits, slough off stress or chronic pain, and unknot themselves from swallowed Scrabble pieces. Students receive a tube of Biofreeze to aid pain relief and can also sate unrelated hunger aches with fresh sandwiches from Barn’ards after class concludes.
The Fine Print
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About Holmberg Wellness Group
After pursuing several medical approaches, receiving chiropractic care was the only solution that worked for Dr. Greg Holmberg, a former young athlete who once faced the possibility that he'd never again compete because of chronic aches and numbness. He now aims to help others in the same fashion, helming a team of trained staffers to aid him in alleviating client problems without prescription drugs, surgery, or needles.
When he's not promoting health during community lectures, Dr. Holmberg treats client maladies such as arthritis, back tenderness, and headaches with 10 chiropractic adjustment techniques, and he incites weight loss with nutritional counseling. He also plucks from a bouquet of stress-slaying massage modalities including deep tissue and hot stone, working to help muscles to reestablish healthful habits and unknot themselves from swallowed Scrabble pieces.