After massaging your cat's shoulders, your neighbor's cat's shoulders, and teaching your cat to massage your neighbor's cat's shoulders, it's time to receive some attention yourself. Today's Groupon gets you an hour-long Swedish massage at Re-Leaf Massage for $40. As somebody may or may not have once said, it takes a good massage to refuel your life-tank with enough life-fuel to finish first in a father-son sack race.
Gentler than the leafy pitter-patter from lying beneath a balding autumn tree, Tari Dean and her team of soothing hands will knock on the doors of your muscles bearing gifts and comforting back pats. Doubling their relaxation powers with two simple and peaceful locations in Wallingford and First Hill, Re-Leaf will both relieve and re-foliage your winter limbs through holistic philosophy of mind-body rejuvenation. Your Swedish massage has been carefully crafted by The Swedish Conglomerate of Wellness to balance contact—both firm and gentle—that will urge your blood to flow like a man-made river. In a season of sylvan death and dormancy, you will defy nature's cycles and find yourself renewed and blossoming with all the promise of springtime.
Sixty minutes of Swedish massage will restore your massage warehouse with a whole new confident stock of physically manipulative wares. It's also the perfect holiday gift for your tense friends, busybody parents, or that kid down the street that's always eating cotton candy.
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- Go here. You will go back, again and again. My experience with Re-Leaf Massage was (and continues to be!) off the hook – Chipper A., Yelp
- Re-leaf is excellent!! I'm extremely picky about massages and Tari and her studio totally won me over in one visit – Rinn S., Yelp
- Tari is great! I have had massages at a number of places before and she's the best I've found in Seattle – emily l., Yelp
The Secret Massage
Sweden is known for both its neutral stance on war and as the inventors of a world-renowned massage technique. The Swedes first perfected their deep, relaxing massage in 1919, but because they feared their treasured techniques falling into the wrong hands, they kept the existence of the Swedish massage a secret from the world. It was not until 1987, when satellite photos of Sweden revealed a shockingly relaxed populace and dozens of strategic massage bunkers, that the world became aware of the existence of the secret massage.
Naturally, the world powers began jockeying for access to the potentially weaponize-able massage, by means both diplomatic and underhanded. Many international observers believe that the 1992 Summer Olympics were, in fact, a complicated ruse carried out by Russia and the United States to distract Sweden long enough to steal their massage, as evidenced by the fact that Sweden won an unexpected 904 Gold Medals that year. Still, the Swedes held tight to the massage until 1999, when Y2K-related fears caused Swedish officials to release classified details of the massage, believing that the world would likely end. Today, the Swedish massage is practiced all over the world, though rumors that the Swedes are secretly working on an even better massage run rampant.
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