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: for $59, you get two 60-minute massages at Multi Therapy Clinic (a $120 value).
Multi Therapy Clinic’s manipulation masters tailor every 60-minute massage to the needs of their clients, who range from athletes to children, couples, and mothers-to-be. During the therapeutic massage, a certified therapist uses a custom combination of deep-tissue and Swedish massage, reiki, trigger-point therapy, and myofascial-release techniques to soothe sore muscles, stiff sinews, and recurring nightmares of being reincarnated as a meatball. The sports massage employs special deep-tissue kneading techniques for athletes and active individuals to relieve soreness and speed muscle recovery, and the maternity massage targets back pain and muscle soreness common in mothers-to-be. Finally, infant and children's massages gently relieve pain caused by youngsters’ heavy backpacks and high-stress trading in juice-box futures. Clients can use today’s Groupon to return twice for sequential massages, or spread the limb-limbering love by gifting one massage to a friend. Alternatively, customers can redeem both massages at once for a couples massage, in which therapists cosset twosomes in the same room to slowly melt away muscle knots and discuss the week's grocery list.
Multi Therapy Clinic
The massage therapists at Multi Therapy Clinic believe massage therapy isn't just for relaxation, but is also an important part of healing for any member of the family. The clinic is a proud part of Multi Therapy Network, a larger regional health group whose foundations are based in part of providing all-around health care for all ages. That extends to the therapists here, who offer custom, focused massages not only for adults with sports injuries or back tension, but also for expectant mothers, infants, and children. The team considers massage therapy to be an aspect of preventive health care as well, whether you're an all-seasons athlete or an all-seasons desk-job champion.