What You'll Get
Like Hawaii, relaxation can be a challenging state to reach. Ensnare elusive serenity with today’s Groupon: for $59, you get 2.5 hours of massage therapy at Peace in the Storm Massage Therapy in Leominster (up to a $195 value). You may redeem your Groupon in one of three ways: two 60-minute massages and an additional 30-minute massage; two 75-minute massages; or one 60-minute massage and one 90-minute massage.
Peace in the Storm Massage Therapy's Kara Grant is a fully certified muscle melder adept at banishing stress and muscle tension through a variety of palpable methods. The integrated massage ($55+) is tailored to each client's ailments, using postural analysis to target problem areas and applying tactics from stretching and hydrotherapy to myofascial and neuromuscular techniques. For more focused therapy, a gentle Swedish massage ($40+) employs long strokes to lull muscular frames and mind frames into a state of relaxation while increasing circulation and relieving the body of built-up tension and Nutella deposits. A 90-minute deep-tissue treatment ($55+) breaks up knots and pressures stowed in the depths of the sinews, and a 60-minute pregnancy massage ($65) alleviates strains specific to carrying babies and fanny packs full of gold.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Peace in the Storm Massage Therapy
Since she was able to crawl, licensed massage therapist Kara Grant's hands would intuitively reach for the nearest pair of hands and feet, where they'd occupy themselves by moving in circular massage motions. Following the lead of her hands, she wound up at the Spa Tech Institute, where she was able to refine her technique and soak up the teachings of experienced therapists. Kara now keeps her hands busy at Peace in the Storm Massage Therapy, reducing stress with Swedish techniques, diminishing physical discomfort in expectant mothers, and easing the pain of losing at trivia with targeted treatments such as neuromuscular therapy.