Massage therapists are known for their strong hands, which means that the best way to find one is to follow a trail of open pickle jars. Find a helping hand with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for one 60-minute Bowen massage (a $50 value)
- $25 for one 60-minute Swedish massage (a $50 value)
- $69 for three 60-minute Bowen, Swedish, or relaxation massages (a $150 value)
A Bowen massage, which does not require the client to disrobe, uses gentle pressure and rolling motions to soothe aches. This mild treatment makes Bowen massage a good alternative for people who are sensitive to pressure, such as those with fibromyalgia, and may also help ameliorate psychological conditions. Alternatively, a Swedish massage consists of flowing strokes that dispel tension, and a relaxation massage eases both body and mind with calming kneads.
With degrees in general biology, massage therapy, and physical therapy, Nicholas Grahame can boast an in-depth knowledge of the intricacies of human physiology. Over the course of his education, Nicholas mastered treatments for numerous musculoskeletal conditions, from massages that soothe injured rotator cuffs to the secret microwave setting that melts frozen shoulder. Today, at Grahame's Massotherapy, he applies this expertise to bodywork services that range from holistic neuromuscular therapy to traditional Swedish massage.
89% of 121 customers recommend
“He is a great massage therapist and extremely intelligent! The neck massage was the best ever!”
“Had my first massage and it has helped with the painin my back. I'm leaving for Europe in three weeks and wanted to feel 100% fine prior to leaving and so far I feel...”
“Had my first massage and it has helped with the painin my back. I'm leaving for Europe in three weeks and wanted to feel 100% fine prior to leaving and so far I feel that the first of three massages will help that pain go away and do the trick!”
“Nick is a wonderful masseuse Very knowledgeable. I felt Fabius afterward! My mother in law loved it and can't wait for the next visit”