Massage helps relieve aches caused by old sports injuries or a habit of entering buildings by motorcycling through the window. Rev up the relaxation with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $15 for five 35-minute Migun thermal-massage sessions (a $33 value)
- $35 for five 30-minute Sunlighten full-spectrum infrared-sauna sessions (an $85 value)
The center's Migun thermal-massage beds balance bodies by incorporating massage, chiropractics, acupuncture, acupressure, and far-infrared heat therapy, delivered simultaneously to the patient. Alternatively, steam-free Sunlighten full-spectrum infrared saunas, which are cooler than conventional saunas by 60 degrees to 80 degrees, emit infrared light that penetrates several inches below the skin to warm bodies internally. The milder temperature saves skin from scorching, and enables leisurely sojourns of 30 to 45 minutes, enough time for the gentle rays to lower blood pressure and oust toxins on tides of sweat.
Groupon holders may upgrade their sauna sessions by adding So Sound therapy, which washes bodies in vibrations from a favorite tune ($5). They may also bring additional guests to their sauna sessions for an extra $10 per person.
Natural Body Health & Wellness
For over nine years, Natural Body Health & Wellness's team of health gurus has shepherded passersby onto the path to physical harmony with its healing therapies, collection of advanced workout equipment, and all-natural products. The team is further guided by the experience that comes with seeing 50 to 70 customers a day and seven years in business. Troublesome aches recede into the distance as the center's aqua-massage beds knead away pains with a dry-water system, while Sunlighten full-spectrum infrared saunas purge bodies of toxins acquired from misguided diets and watching too much reality television. The TurboSonic whole-body vibration machine tends to a range of wellness factors, helping clients increase circulation, stimulate cellular fluids, and accelerate the body's overall healing response. Refreshing sips of Tyent alkaline–ionized water from the center's shop help visitors cool down after vigorous workouts, and it thoroughly rehydrates bodies.