Today's modern world, with its plethora of countries, panoply of waterways, and constantly changing laws about what is and what isn't mail fraud is as confusing as it is stressful. Get a clear definition of relaxation with today's Groupon to Pamper My Feet in West Chester. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get a complete foot-pampering treatment (a $40 value). This pampering includes the following:
- Therapeutic foot soak
- Exfoliating foot scrub
- Softening foot cream
- Deodorizing foot spray
- Foot massage
- For $34 you get a 60-minute on-site hot-stone or bamboo back massage (an $80 value).
- For $55, you get a 90-minute on-site hot-stone or Swedish back massage (a $120 value).
Customers can pamper their feet at Pamper My Feet's West Chester spa or, for groups of 4 to 12, request mobile services to pamper their feet anywhere within the greater Cincinnati area.
Pamper My Feet soothes shoe fillers with foot treatments and smothers backs that are engulfed in tension with therapeutic on-site massages. The complete foot pampering starts with a therapeutic soak, which spoils soles with warm hydrorelaxation. After the jacuzzi bath, a specialist thoroughly exfoliates feet, stripping off dead skin cells to reveal the glowing softness beneath. The included foot massage, performed with a softening foot cream, simultaneously soothes and softens weight-bearing buddies, and a misting of deodorant prevents odor from spoiling toe-war competitions.
Guests whose dorsal region is sorer than their locomotive regions can opt for a 60-minute bamboo or hot-stone massage or a 90-minute Swedish or hot-stone massage. During the hot-stone massage, strategically positioned hot stones act as nervous-system relaxants, backache relievers, and small-scale replicas of ancient druidic ruins. Swedish massage combines gliding strokes with kneading techniques, while flexible bamboo rods cause stubborn stress to recoil and stiff sinews to loosen, promoting relaxation and circulation.
Pamper My Feet
A licensed massage therapist since 2008, Craig West soothes sore muscles in people of all ages with therapeutic foot, hand, and body massages. At his office, he practices a variety of kneading techniques such as trigger point, hot stone, and bamboo fusion, aimed at relaxing patients with pains ranging from carpal tunnel to migraine headaches. Along with the regular clientele, Craig calms corporate workers in their offices with chair-massage sessions and performs his therapeutic massaging skills on sore athletes and sorer tennis racquets during Cincinnati bouts of the Association of Tennis Professionals' world tour.