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What You'll Get
Without regular relaxation sessions, feet tighten and knot, resulting in painful cramps and refusals to tap dance Morse-code birthday greetings. Pamper foot foundations with today's Groupon: for $22, you get the Signature relaxation package (a $40 value) with a milk foot soak (a $5 value; a $45 total value) at Happy Feet Foot Massage in Pasadena. This deal is only valid at Happy Feet's Pasadena location. The Signature relaxation package includes the following:
- 40 minutes of Chinese foot reflexology
- 30 minutes of acupressure massage for the body, neck, shoulders, back, and head
Happy Feet Foot Massage's muscle coddlers fuse Chinese medicinal herbs with massage techniques to detoxify and destress tootsies while soothing tense torsos. The 70-minute Signature relaxation package kicks off with 40 minutes of Chinese foot reflexology, which eases aching arches while improving the toes' ability to catch throwing stars. Anatomy kneaders then comfort stressed muscles with 30 minutes of acupressure massage for the body, neck, shoulder, back, and head. Happy Feet Foot Massage's Chinese pressure-point methods refuel energy reserves and restore overall health, concluding with splashdowns in a mild-mannered milk foot soak. Bedecked with rich red curtains and traditional Asian décor, Happy Feet Foot Massage invites clients to recline on the bright-white sheets of their treatment tables, kick off their shoes, and lull away the stresses of daily work schedules and air-guitar competitions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Valid only at Pasadena location. Relaxation package includes 40 minutes of Chinese foot reflexology and 30 minutes of acupressure massage for the body, neck, shoulders, back, and head. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Happy Feet
Despite its name, Happy Feet doesn’t just make feet happy; it makes the whole body grin from ear to ear. Mixing Chinese medicinal herbs with techniques including reflexology and acupressure, the massage center’s therapists help eliminate tension and remove impurities. Guests can indulge themselves with a unique cinnamon milk foot soak. The centers immerse clients in bright traditional Asian decor, with plush, white beds complemented by red oriental lanterns, red curtains, and decorative art of Confucius jumping for joy after working out a kink in his neck.