Caring for your body is a task that knows no end, much like counting all the stars in the night sky or shaving Mount Rushmore. Attend to your anatomy and protect your health with today’s Groupon to Kneading Serenity. Choose from the following options:
- For $22, you get a 30-minute mini facial (a $45 value).<p>
- For $22, you get your choice of the following 30-minute massage services (a $45 value):
- Neuromuscular advanced deep-tissue trigger-point therapy
- Swedish massage
- Prenatal massage
- Raindrop foot therapy<p>
Kneading Serenity’s staff of certified massage therapists and aestheticians rejuvenate bodies at every level with a slate of skin and body services. Skin specialist Danielle Brewer concocts a personalized approach for the mini facial, gently cleansing and massaging skull coverings before applying a nourishing mask. During a 30-minute Swedish or prenatal massage, Christine Zolman’s seasoned squeezes wring out tension like lobster juice dripping from Poseidon’s postbarbecue bib, and the neuromuscular advanced deep-tissue trigger-point therapy involves the manipulation of soft-tissue in an effort to balance the central nervous system. Or, clients can opt for a raindrop foot-therapy session, which douses paws in seven essential oils before exiling stress to an intergalactic black hole with reflexology and a massage session.
Kneading Serenity Massage and Wellness Center
Though salsa dancing is her preferred method of winding down after a stressful day, Christine Zolman understands that some people desire a more traditional approach to relaxation. The massage therapist and owner of Kneading Serenity Massage and Wellness Center has formulated an extensive list of spa treatments that she and her multitalented team—a fellow therapist and several yoga and Pilates instructors—draw on to extinguish chronic pains and promote overall wellness.
As a certified massage therapist for more than a decade, Zolman can capably soothe muscles with Swedish, prenatal, and sports techniques. For an experience not often found on other spas’ menus, try the specialty esalan massage, which combines long strokes with acupressure, gentle rocking, and stretching to sculpt deep musculature. Yoga and Pilates classes meet five days a week and allow clients to heal their own bodies in sessions scaled to their abilities.
2010 S Drake Rd.
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49006