What You'll Get
Although the human body will generally do what it's told, it does occasionally disobey, turning left when you mean to turn right or yawning when you mean to say, "I love you." Bribe your carcass into following orders with today's Groupon: for $89, you get an HMH face-lift massage, a half-hour therapy-massage spa package, and your choice of bottled cleanser at HMH Wellness Center (up to a $185 value), in Perrysburg.
A holistic hub for over 10 years, HMH Wellness Center coddles its clients with a wide array of spa services designed to diffuse stress and promote pulchritude. Today's tranquilizing treatment commences with the house's signature face-lift massage (a $95 value), which melts muscles with an alluringly ambrosial combination of aromatherapy, acupressure, and massage. Over the course of 30 minutes, the face, neck, shoulders, chest, upper back, and cranial dents are moved and manipulated by masterful mitts through a 21-step relaxation routine, before a vitalizing honeylift mask is applied. Patrons then receive a 30-minute therapy massage, which targets trouble by breaking up nasty knots and dispersing neighborhood hooligans (a $55 value), as well as a choice of jojoba exfoliating cleanser (a $35 value) or mandarin milk cleanser (a $25 value). Give today's Groupon as a gift to soothe a pal's sinews or to relieve stress in your mother's shoulders, reminding her of a time when you didn't exist.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only; subject to availability. Valid only for a face-lift massage, a 30-minute therapy massage spa package, and a bottle of cleanser. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About HMH Wellness Center
When Debra Keller, a licensed massage therapist who specializes in prenatal, fertility, postpartum, and infant massages, opened HMH Wellness Center in 2000, she envisioned it as a wellness studio for pregnant women. And expectant mothers can still find plenty of pampering options here, including Baby on Board and other massages. But Keller and her team have also expanded their menu to include cosmetic services, such as body wraps and face-lift massages. Clients who want to learn more about the therapeutic services—such as whether they were invented by Thomas Edison—can attend one of HMH's training and consulting seminars.