The body stands up to gravity’s bullying every day, while the mind and soul leisurely spend their time playing sudoku and filling up on chicken soup. Give your body its due with today’s Groupon for services from Shelley Steeves at Sacred Beauty in Winsted. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get a one-hour serenity massage (an $80 value).
- For $70, you get a one-hour serenity massage and a sea-salt body scrub (a $140 value).<p>
Licensed Massage Therapist Shelley Steeves delivers long, gliding Swedish strokes tailored to melt muscle miscreants into sublime submission. During the one-hour serenity massage, Shelley’s deft hands apply essential oils and steamed towels instead of lotion-lathered action figures while her intuitive, circular pressures coax out soreness and tension to leave patrons with a permeating sense of relaxation. Those in need of epidermal refurbishment can combine the massage with a sea-salt body scrub, during which Shelley spreads fine salt granules over the body to gently slough off dead skin cells and stimulate the skin’s natural collagen production. Clients emerge from the scrub with even, smooth skin that feels as soft as a lucky rabbit’s foot.
Shelley Steeves at Sacred Beauty
Licensed massage therapist Shelley Steeves steams towels, their heat radiating as she places them on a patient’s back, warming the skin before her fingers get to kneading out tension and stress. Clients return to Sacred Beauty again and again for such tension-reducing services, each of which is catered to the client’s needs and time constraints. Shelley’s signature Serenity massage couples the long strokes of Swedish massage with warm towels and the aromatherapy of essential oils, locking clients in a soothing embrace for a quick 30-minute session, or as a longer service or package. During a hot-stone massage, smooth, warm rocks dissolve sites of tension and epidermal surfaces soften during a sea-salt body scrub, which leaves just a hint of the sea, or enough to convince you that actually going to the ocean is overrated.