What You'll Get
Today's deal will restore your body to a nubile state of relaxed joyousness unlike any since you got your braces removed. For $29, you get an hour-long Swedish massage at Lydia's Massage Therapy (a $65 value). With deliberate strokes and intense focus, Lydia will take your consciousness to a blissful plane where it bobs up and down like a Q-tip buoy in a sea of cotton balls.
Swedish massage, a light- to medium-pressure technique, is one of the most popular types of kneads. It uses long, connective strokes and kneading to improve blood flow, stimulate the lymphatic system, relieve physical tension, and melt stress into a puddle of biodegradable papier-mâché. Upgrade to a 90-minute massage for a $30 additional fee, a two-hour massage for $65 extra, or a hot stone massage for $35. You'll leave Lydia's with a spring in your step and an aria in your nervous system.
Owner Lydia spent more than 20 years in the medical field before finding her true calling with massage, a more direct approach to healing. Call at least a week beforehand to schedule your appointment (and keep in mind that Lydia's cancellation policy applies to your Groupon).
Though there are few online reviews, four Citysearchers give Lydia's Massage Therapy a perfect five stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. By appointment only. Not valid toward couple's massage. Lydia's cancellation policy applies. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lydia's Massage Therapy
Throughout her two-year stint at a cardiac rehab clinic, Lydia Hernandez met countless patients who suffered from stress and persistent pain. Feeling she could be doing more to help these patients, she founded her own private massage practice, which has since expanded to include a number of massage therapists plus an extra-terrestrial receptionist. The multifaceted staff is proficient in 14 different types of massage modalities. Some methods, such as Swedish, hot-stone, and couples' treatments, are focused on general relaxation and overall well-being, whereas modalities such as deep-tissue, pain-relief, and neuromuscular massage are perfect for those dealing with aches caused by nagging sports injuries and bad backs.