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 Between Two Options
- $29 for one 60-minute Swedish massage (up to a $65 value)
- $32 for one 60-minute deep-tissue or sports massage (up to a $65 value)<p>
Precision Touch Therapy’s licensed and insured therapists—Tina Swope, Beck Weigand and Shannon Haskie—indulge bodies in an environment bedecked with multisensory amenities. Soothing strokes from a bevy of massage styles await; deep-tissue techniques mine for stress in the underlying muscular layers, while the rolling, kneading, staccato strokes of Swedish massages aim to relax patrons. During the session, music tickles ears, aromas whet noses, and candles and salt lamps delight eyes for a complete, calming experience. A heated table and heat packs for necks and backs encourage extra relaxation and warm musculoskeletal systems chilled by the thought of retirement.
Precision Touch Therapy of Tucson
Precision Touch Therapy of Tucson recently expanded its ranks to include four licensed and insured massage therapists, who perform customized massages in an airy space, to work toward achieving the business's goal of supporting community-wide wellness. Staffers tailor rolling, kneading, and rapping strokes to specific aches and preferred soothing tempos during treatments, which combat stress and sluggish circulation. A table warmer and heat packs loosen musculature as needed while deep-tissue massages work out kinks, tension, and toxins quarantined in low-lying sinews. Therapists adjust soothing music according to patrons' tastes before thumbing particular spots on feet to sync up off-kilter bodies and test relative levels of ticklishness.
94% of 566 customers recommend
“Shannon did a great job responding to the issues I had in my neck. Just ask what would be helpful and she'll follow through!”
“The Massage was very good and Veronica was amazing! ”
“I recommend Precision Touch Therapy and Samantha as the individual therapist.”