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What You'll Get
While it doesn't provide the discomfort and high ticket prices associated with an airport pat-down, a massage is still an effective tool for discovering concealed knives and small firearms. Prove you’re not packing in the most relaxing way with today’s Groupon to Leh Massage Therapy on 3rd Street SE.
Nominated in 2010 by CityVoters and KCRG-TV9 for Best Massage in Cedar Rapids, Leh Massage Therapy offers a variety of techniques practiced by state and nationally licensed massage therapists. A variety of techniques are employed to produce long-lasting relief; the Swedish uses long, flowing strokes to relax muscles, while the Japanese shiatsu employs finger pressure to get a grip on stress and yank it out like a dandelion inexplicably growing from a bed frame. Leh also tenders hot-stone therapy, a method especially effective for relieving back pain. A trip to Leh will de-crick knotty necks, soothe overburdened backs, and humble headstrong headaches, leaving patients free to dance, groove, and outrun squadrons of attacking raccoons.
Leh Massage Therapy comes recommended by seven CityVoters:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Appointments start on 11/17/10. 24-hour cancellation notice. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Leh Massage Therapy
At Leh Massage Therapy, nationally licensed massage therapist Reginald Harrelson employs a distinctive fusion of Swedish and shiatsu techniques to relax tensed bodies amid lavender walls and potted palms. Harrelson uses smooth, gliding strokes to ease muscle tension and promote relaxation, easing overworked muscles and melting tension into a conveniently positioned bucket. For everyday aches and ongoing care, his therapeutic strokes can assist clients facing issues such as anxiety, depression, and relaxation deprivation.