For centuries mankind has envied pizza dough and wondered how we too could be kneaded to relaxed, savory states without paying for the luxury of being escorted via wooden paddle to a Sicilian brick oven. Discover pepperoni-free relaxation with today's Groupon for a one-hour massage at Optimal Massage, located in west Chester. Choose one of two therapeutic techniques:
- $49 for a hot-stone massage (a $100 value)
- $42 for a deep-tissue corrective massage (an $85 value)
A hot-stone massage adds an element of exotic flair to the deeply relaxing massage techniques of traditional massage. The careful placement of heated stones improves blood flow and tricks the muscles into releasing their stockpiled tension. A massage technician moves other stones about the body with smooth, flowing strokes, applying attention to trouble spots, knots, and storage bins of soreness.
Opt for a deep-tissue massage to address deep-seated emotional issues afflicting your skeletal musculature and to get a deeper, more rigorous massage experience.During a deep-muscle corrective massage, therapists target the chronic tension located beneath the layers of muscle, adipose tissue, and flooring tile that make up the average person's body. The targeted treatment is perfect for addressing problems such as chronic pain, stiffness, sports injuries and repetitive strain, and spasming muscles. Experience Optimal Massage's dedication to health and wellness through massage with a deep-tissue session.
Although Optimal Massage's homepage is down for reconstructive maintenance, check out its Facebook page for information about its skilled technicians as well as a photon-based preview of its relaxing environment and soothing massage techniques.
Optimal Massage has limited reviews but does have a 4.5-star average from three SpaFinder reviewers.
- Every therapist at Optimal Massage is amazing! They really listen and answer any questions that you might have. – JacquieN
- I had a half hour deep tissue treatment. I asked the massage therapist to focus on my back, neck and shoulders, which he did, and he answered any questions I had throughout the massage about points of pain, hydration, etc. The therapist was very good, and the massage was excellent. – DanaB