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What You'll Get
Swedish massage is characterized by light strokes, which is why deep-tissue massage is the chosen modality of physicians attempting to locate swallowed car keys. Enjoy gentle kneading with today’s Groupon to HWC Therapy Center in Fayetteville. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get one 60-minute Swedish massage (a $60 value).
- For $55, you get two 60-minute Swedish massages (a $120 value).
- For $75, you get three 60-minute Swedish massages (a $180 value).
Licensed massage therapists fan out to attack stress from all sides at HWC Therapy Center. Muscle pamperers rotate among five techniques during each 60-minute Swedish massage, detangling knotty tendons and snagged kite strings with kneading, rolling, vibrating, percussive, and tapping strokes. Nimble fingers march across oiled frames, jump-starting bodies by spurring on lethargic blood cells. Other bodywork benefits may include speedier healing, disbanded scar tissue, and the ability to out-meditate statues.
The Fine Print
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About HWC Therapy Center
Not content to practice only such familiar pain-relief techniques as deep-tissue and medical massage, the therapists at this house of healing also unleash polarity therapy, detox footbaths, and a meridian-based tapping method known as Emotional Freedom Technology, or EFT. Eight types of kneading spring from the fingers of the therapists, from the sustained pressure of myofascial release to the directional strokes of lymph drainage. Powered by a gentle electric current, ionic footbaths surround paws in polarity in an effort to collect negatively charged toxins and restore the body’s pH balance. Like people who decorate their lawns with thousands of needles to keep the grass healthy, EFT sessions take their inspiration from acupuncture. But instead of piercing energy points, therapists performing this treatment manipulate them manually, a method designed to combat anxiety, stress, and anger.