What You'll Get
It takes about 15 muscles to smile, 50 to frown, and 148 to save a curbside couch from life in a landfill. Soothe sympathetic sinews with today's Groupon: for $50, you get an one-hour Swedish, sports/deep tissue, or hot stone massage at Health First Centers in Malvern (a $100 value).
Health First Centers’ team of soothers bolster clients' muscular health with a variety of massage services and alternative healing treatments. Release pent up tension and aches caused by stress, lifting, or lunchtime monkey-bar challenges with a 60-minute Swedish, sports/deep tissue, and hot stone massage. Hasten sports- or work-related injury recovery with a sports/deep tissue massage, a system of thorough strokes, trigger point techniques, and inspiring pre-game pep talks that delve deep into muscle tissue to reduce pain and knead away knots. During a hot stone massage, heated smooth basalt-lava stones are strategically pressed on the back to deliver a comfortable warmth and pressure that will drain away muscle tension. An effective treatment for stress reduction and the improvement of blood circulation, Swedish massage also relieves anxiety, depression, and trauma resulting from having a quarter painfully extracted from your ear by a street magician.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required or $40 fee may apply. New clients only. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Health First Centers
Health First Centers encompasses full-body well-being by combining a full-service chiropractic spa and wellnesscenter. Inside private treatment rooms, Doctor of Chiropractic Tom Miles and his staff tend to creaky spines with chiropractic adjustments designed to suit everyone from the consummate athlete to the habitually hunching magician's assistant; in addition, they better interiors through nutritional counseling. Spa services include Eastern and Western-inspired massage, salt rubs, and aromatherapy, which help promote all-over wellness and put guests in a better frame of mind. The facility's decor also aims to soothe with natural elements, such as a salt-water fish tank and an adjoining garden.
Clients can take their experience home with them by stocking up on the health products sold in the wellness center, including nutritional supplements, salt-crystal lamps, and mattresses from Tempur-Pedic and Vivetique Organic. A strong supporter of bettering its clients through education, the center offers a series of yoga, partner massage, and tai chi classes as well as lectures on current health topics to equip patients with knowledge that can help them live healthier lifestyles and pad their acting resumés.