What You'll Get
Managing stress can be like milking an electric eel: even when you succeed, it's still hard work. Enlist a second, more experienced set of hands to untangle your wriggly tension with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a 60-minute neuromuscular massage at Massage Revolution (a $79 value), located in Manhattan Beach.
Massage Revolution's licensed massage therapists are ready to jump up at the sound of a bell and slide down a fireman's pole to transform your rigid, aching body into a blob of joyous silly putty. Instead of temporarily relieving its symptoms, neuromuscular massage eliminates pain at its source and bequeaths long-lasting muscle relief and relaxation. In a soothingly lit room, your therapist will seek out the pressure points where stress, stiffness, and suffering coil and hide like a rattlesnake in a freezer. Using precise, measured pressure and a stoic disposition, they'll loosen your body and leave a pleasant, minty sensation in your mind. In addition to banishing pain, neuromuscular massage can also restore proper posture and physical function, improve vascular health, and even induce a willingness to reach across the aisle for groceries.
Michael and Melissa Greenspan, certified neuromuscular therapists and pain relief specialists, own Massage Revolution and specialize in neuromuscular massage treatment. You can schedule a second massage for $39 when you redeem today’s Groupon.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply at appointment. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Massage Revolution
In 2008, Los Angeles CityVoter’s Hot List ranked Massage Revolution one of the city’s best places for massage therapy. Owners Michael and Melissa Greenspan specialize in neuromuscular-massage treatments, which pinpoint the location of pain and root it out through specific techniques. Most often, they discover that poor circulation, nerve compression, or metal-joint oxidization is the source of pain. From here, they manipulate key trigger points within the muscles. The owners work alongside a group of licensed massage therapists who also perform neuromuscular massage, as well as traditional massage modalities such as Swedish, shiatsu, deep tissue, reflexology, and reiki.