Having sore muscles, like signing a five-year lease or wearing lead socks, makes it difficult to move. Evict tensely wound tenants with today's Groupon to Just the Right Touch in Sherwood. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get a one-hour Swedish or prenatal massage (a $65 value).
- For $35, you get a one-hour orthopedic/sports-injury rehab massage (a $75 value).
- For $45, you get a one-hour hot-stone and Swedish massage package (a $90 total value).
Helmed by massage therapist Darryl Griffith, Just the Right Touch helps rid stress and dismiss bodily aches with an array of massage modalities. The one-hour Swedish massage plies bodies with calming strokes to ease tension and loosen muscles so that trapped to-do lists can float to the skin's surface and miraculously evaporate. The massage therapist also seeks to improve circulation and alleviate aches and pains by interweaving the treatment with rhythmic tapping, mild pressure, and sustained eye contact with fidgety muscles. A prenatal massage is similarly delicate and is recommended for expectant mothers to regulate hormones and reduce swelling and nerve pain.
Alternatively, the 60-minute orthopedic/sports-injury rehab massage eases chronic discomfort by seeking out the source of pain and uprooting it with soothing strokes. After aches and pains are released into the wild, Darryl teaches his clients how to keep troublesome torments from moving back into their old corporeal digs and taking up residence under an assumed name.
The one-hour hot-stone massage package—also known as the Deer Widow's Special—melds the relaxing motions of a Swedish massage with the warming touch of hot stones. Strategically placed smooth rocks melt massive stress icebergs into puny worry puddles that are easily swept away. When calling to make an appointment for the Deer Widow's Special, guests with today's deal can add a paraffin dip for the hands and feet for $15.
Just The Right Touch
A 13-year military veteran who then became a police officer and, after that, retail and corporate security, Darryl Griffith should be entitled to a lifetime of massages. But instead of lying on the table and reaping his reward, he took up the craft and began treating others. For the last fifteen years, Just the Right Touch's master massage therapist has been doling out Swedish, deep-tissue, and oncology massages with the same commitment to serving others that he upheld in his previous careers. Darryl's mission is to help improve the quality of his clients' lives by administering massages accompanied by Aromaplex oils, which guide his trained hands as he soothes tense muscles and helps bring relief to those suffering from sickness or injury. As a massage educator, he also teaches the craft to aspiring bodyworkers, and further fosters healthy living by offering wellness consultations.
8406 Hwy. 107
Sherwood, Arkansas 72120