Like portrait painting, massage demands skillful hands, bold strokes, and a subject who can sit still. Become a human canvas with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a 60-minute Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, or aromatherapy massage at Morgan’s Orthopedic & Sports Massage in Auburn (up to an $80 value).
At Morgan’s Orthopedic & Sports Massage, licensed massage therapists customize therapeutic kneadings to each patron's needs, soothing sore tendons with techniques honed on the muscles of numerous professional athletes. Those with active lifestyles can opt for the sports massage, which pairs firm compressions and tapotement with deep stretching to increase flexibility, stave off sports-related injuries, and decrease fatigue from bench-pressing coaches. Swedish massages boost blood circulation to the brain and other vital organs, and deep-tissue techniques delve deep into fascia to fight chronic tension. During aromatherapy massages, lavender, ylang ylang, or motor oils pair with long, gliding strokes. Therapists strive to reduce stress with each massage and can help alleviate back pain, headaches, and muscle spasms. After every session, patrons are given a home-care plan to prolong the massage's curative effects, stretch tight muscles, and strengthen muscles weak from overstretching or not enough body building.
Morgan’s Orthopedic & Sports Massage
Licensed massage therapist Colleen Morgan owns and operates Morgan’s Orthopedic & Sports Massage, drawing upon years of training in orthopedic and medical massage and pain management. Using a variety of massage modalities, Morgan and her staff attempt to soothe their clients’ aching muscles. Specialized sessions include sports massages, which prep muscles before workouts or replenish them after athletic activity. Morgan herself has a great deal of experience with these kind of sessions as her past clients have included a number of professional athletes from teams such as the Boston Red Sox and the Worcester Sharks. Other services they provide include orthopedic treatments, during which practitioners meld multiple modalities to correct structural irregularities instead of sprouting extra hands.