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 Lighthouse Massage Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $40, you get a 60-minute ashiatsu oriental-bar massage (an $80 value).
- For $40, you get a 60-minute hot-lava-stone massage (an $85 value).
- For $50, you get a 60-minute slenderizing detox massage with It Works! Ultimate Body Applicator wrap (a $100 value).
At Lighthouse Massage Center, certified therapist Elizabeth Everett pampers clients with a variety of massage variations. During the ashiatsu oriental-bar therapy massage, guests recline as Elizabeth gently uses her feet to apply pressure to their backs, hands, legs, and feet––a process that relieves inflammation, induces deep relaxation, and squishes muscle tension into delicious muscle-wine. For a less direct but equally therapeutic approach, the 60-minute hot-lava-stone massage employs the use of warm, soothing stones to tenderize achy tendons as clients absorb a peaceful ambiance created by aromatic white sage and gentle drumming. Bodies looking to tone up as they wind down can opt for the Center's slenderizing detox massage, which employs the potentially slimming properties of It Works! defining gel, a natural concoction of potent ingredients such as witch hazel, seaweed, essence of Richard Simmons, and guarana seed extract. The Ultimate Body Applicator wraps flesh in layers of botanically-infused cloth designed to hydrate and slim common trouble areas such as the abdomen, legs, arms, or back.
At Lighthouse Massage Center, clients are treated to private massage rooms with warm cozy sheets to help comfortably contain modest muscle-suits. Each hour-long massage includes a 5- to10-minute "gathering period" at the end of treatment, giving relaxed guests plenty of time to reconnect with their newly loosened limbs and compose several massage-themed limericks before heading out the door. Click here to book your massage.
Lighthouse Massage Center
Throughout her training and more than 13 years of professional experience, certified massage therapist and Lighthouse Massage Center founder Elizabeth Everett has learned to treat patients with more than just her hands. She performs 11 types of massage, including Ashiatsu oriental bar therapy, during which she uses her feet to deeply manipulate muscles in the back, glutes, and legs. Her hands work in tandem with warmed stones during hot lava-stone treatments as wafts of smoke from white sage fill the air with a calming scent. Raindrop-therapy sessions use the aromatic blends of Young Living Essential Oils and ancient Lakota techniques to target both physical and energetic toxins acquired from carrying whiny backpacks. Elizabeth, who has used her capable hands to soothe the stage-weary muscles of musicians such as Alice Cooper and Alicia Keys, is also a certified yoga instructor, and leads Vinyasa classes at Hilltop Yoga.
110 E Grand River Ave.
Lansing, Michigan 48906