When preparing for hot-stone massages, therapists pick out the smoothest river stones for placement on tense muscles and the most misshapen ones for throwing off the bridge later. Keep your aura in working order with today’s Groupon to Jen Adams LMT in Fairhope. Choose between the following options:
- For $62, you get one 90-minute hot-stone or seashell massage (a $125 value).
- For $127, you get three 90-minute hot-stone or seashell massages (a $255 value).<p>
Licensed massage therapist Jen Adams abates muscle grumblings as she fuses the therapeutic benefits of hot shells or stones with careful hand strokes. In the comfort of a private room, Jen consults with patrons to assess health concerns, survey pressure needs, and account for limbs borrowed from Mr. Potato Head. While kneading the skin with aromatherapy oils, Jen gently positions heated shells on the neck and shoulders and allows the vacant gastropod residences to gulp up tension and stress. Alternatively, a hot-stone massage harnesses the heat-retention properties of volcanic stones to aid range of motion. As Jen kneads out muscular knots or misplanted grapevines from the back and shoulders, variously sized basalt lava rocks heated to 120 degrees promote circulation in arms, legs, and feet. Beyond the business day, Jen pampers the community as a volunteer massage therapist for Hands for Heroes, an organization that provides therapeutic bodywork to the nation’s military veterans.
Jen Adams LMT
After graduating as one of Fortis College – Mobile's top massage therapy students, Jen Adams began combining her extensive knowledge of reiki and aromatherapy with massage therapy to help clients relieve stress and remedy health issues. As a licensed massage therapist with more than 1,000 hours of clinical experience, she expertly pampers clients with the strokes and kneads of various massage modalities, including Swedish, neuromuscular, craniosacral, and lymphatic drainage. Clients may customize their massage sessions with a number of add-ons such as a footbath, ear candling, or kinesio taping—designed to ease muscles fatigued from overexertion or overzealously directing people to the beach.
Beyond the business day, Jen Adams lends her superpowers to the community as a volunteer massage therapist for Hands for Heroes, an organization that provides therapeutic bodywork to military veterans.