What You'll Get
Like Alexander the Great or a squirrel that stores its acorns in an oak tree, massage therapists are known for conquering tricky knots. Cut through the tension with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a 60-minute massage at International Massage (a $75 value).
The massage therapists at International Massage use their expert caresses to mitigate patrons, while the treatment room transports them to another world with exotic flourishes such as Vietnamese art and live bamboo. The Swedish massage's gentle, sweeping strokes calm uptight striations, and the firmer pressure of the deep tissue and sports massages suss out more profoundly entrenched discomfort. The chair massage sees guests seated upright for a smoother untying of muscle knots, and expectant women can opt for the mommy-to-be massage to ease childrearing aches. Each massage is accompanied by candlelight and soft music, allowing customers to listen to their favorite Norwegian death metal song as they relax. Guests can upgrade to a hot stone, bamboosage or Chinese cupping massage for an additional $15.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Not valid toward couples massage. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About International Massage
At International Massage, Asian-inspired décor, glowing candles, and spa music work in tandem to nurture a tranquil and relaxing environment. Before their appointments, guests wait in a quiet waiting room where they can watch videos that describe the various types of massage offered by the clinic. Once they've been escorted to their private treatment room, they're free to relinquish pent-up pain and tension as trained specialists knead at sore muscles using a custom blend of techniques. To keep the feel-good vibes flowing throughout the body, International Massage also offers Chinese cupping treatments that promote better blood flow, as well as ionic detox foot baths that aim to coax toxins from the kidneys, liver, and colon to ensure the body passes its yearly emissions test.