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What You'll Get
Similar to past tenses, tense backs are related to things that happened a while ago and are incomprehensible to most second-graders. Learn to understand back-based bliss with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a one-hour deep-tissue massage at Olga's Deep Tissue Massage (a $65 value).
Named for its owner and master muscle manipulator, Olga's team of talented tissue de-tighteners use their therapeutic hands to rid Boise backs of stress and chronic pain. Massages here are interactive, and focus on the total comfort of the client, including giving them control over the amount of pressure applied. During your 60 minutes of deep-tissue tenderization, aches, kinks, pinched nerves, and lodged sea urchins will be worked out of corporeal crannies. The concentrated treatment, along with Olga's soothing, private room, ensure every back gets the type of attention normally reserved for showier limbs, leaving the body loose and limber until it returns to its cryogenic sleep chamber.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. By appointment only; subject to availability. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Olga's Deep Tissue Massage
The three massage therapists at Olga’s Deep Tissue Massage specialize in utilizing firm pressure and working deep into the muscle tissue to treat aches, pains, and tensions from watching a baby bird attempt flight for the first time. Allen Simpson, a member of the trio, is an 11-year massage veteran, known for his expertise in relieving tension in and around the shoulder blade, and for his signature massage maneuver, the “neck spider” technique.
On their home page, the staff relays a story about a strong Swedish woman, a farm-hand, a butcher’s assistant, and a cook, whose massage prowess helped a Swedish Olympian to win a major weightlifting competition. The story may or may not be true and may or may not have served as the inspiration for the studio’s focus on deep-tissue massage work.