Massage techniques have been used for centuries, from Mongolians rolling sun-warmed boulders onto rivals' stiff spines to flappers tapping the Charleston on tense backs. Relax with modern massage methods with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a one-hour integrated, prenatal, or hot-stone massage at fuse (up to a $75 value).
Within a brightly lit massage room replete with calming neutral colors, cool tiles, and a deluxe padded massage table, fuse’s licensed massage therapist untangles knotted sinews using organic lotions. During the integrated massage, clients repose in a private room while a therapist lengthens and loosens flexing machines tight from a day of dry-rowing across neighbors’ front lawns. The prenatal massage benefits both mother and child by targeting areas of tension with gentle strokes and heartwarming bedtime stories. In the hot-stone massage, smoothed basalt stones formed in an ancient molten flow and warmed by a tableside dragon line up on rigid spines, melting stress and clearing skull cobwebs.
Though fuse sometimes offers a discount online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
fuse Massage Therapy
Names matter to the massage therapists who helm fuse Massage Therapy. They strive to remember each client's name and to infuse their studio's moniker with meaning as well. When naming fuse, they intertwined two relaxing concepts. The first revolves around the word's English definition: to blend together by melting. The second, drawn from its Japanese meaning, adds the idea of sharing one's gifts. The therapists illustrate both definitions during massages tailored to clients' needs and pressure preferences. Stress and tension melt away as they lavish tender sinews with soothing strokes and gentle friction. During hot-stone massages, heated basalt stones help dissolve muscle knots. The studio also offers skin-smoothing services, such as foot refreshers and body scrubs, and four-handed massages performed by two attentive therapists rather than one semidistracted octopus.