Massage soothes the muscles of humans who are sore and the psyches of tables who yearn for the tree they were originally cut from. Help a body and a table mourn their sorrows in a more productive way with today’s Groupon to Happy Head Foot Reflexology and Massage in Hillcrest. Choose between the following options:
- For $21, you get a foot-and-body massage package (a $44 total value). The package includes:
- One 60-minute Asian-style foot-and-body massage (a $29 value)
- One take-home scalp-massaging tool (a $15 value)
- For $27, you get a scalp massage package (a $54 total value). The package includes:
- One 60-minute Vietnamese scalp massage (a $39 value)
- One take-home scalp-massaging tool (a $15 value) <p>
Happy Head Foot Reflexology and Massage weds Eastern and Western massage techniques with services that melt tension and stress, leaving both body and mind relaxed and rejuvenated. The lobby’s sleek Asian décor ushers patrons into a soothing environment where minds wander to a fern plant’s bristling leaves, a graphite fireplace’s flickering flames, or a trio of cylindrical vases containing seahorses that recite beat poetry. During the one-hour foot-and-body massage, therapists soak clients’ feet in a warm bath while they dole out smooth strokes over the shoulders and back and ply steady pressure to tension points in the head and hands. Happy Head’s signature treatment, the Vietnamese scalp massage, pampers the oft-overlooked hair-holding organ for 20 minutes, then devotes the remaining 40 to kneading arms and legs.
Before bidding adieu to the massage room’s golden Buddha statue, guests can collect a scalp massager to take home. With thin steel tendrils, the instrument wipes away skull-bound stress, preventing one from having to pay a Lilliputian psychiatrist to enter his or her ear.
Happy Head Foot Reflexology and Massage
Eastern practice merges with Western techniques at Happy Head Foot Reflexology and Massage, not just in the décor but also in the offered massage services. Here, therapists foster a meditative state with massages that incorporate reflexology on the head or feet or yoga-style stretches as in Thai massage. Clients rest their eyes in dimly -lit community rooms outfitted with modern deécor and Asian touches, such as orchids floating in glass tubes, a towering Buddha statue, and live plants. These touches form an inviting space that’s as relaxing as listening to a tape of Robert Loggia repeating murmuring relaxing mantras such as, "The last slice of pizza is all yours."
534 University Ave.
San Diego, California 92103