Like Hawaii, relaxation can be a challenging state to reach. Ensnare elusive serenity with today’s Groupon to Republic of Wellness in Quincy. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a one-hour therapeutic massage (an $80 value).<p>
- For $75, you get a singles massage package (a $155 total value), which includes:
- A one-hour therapeutic massage (an $80 value)
- A 45-minute hand and foot treatment (a $75 value)<p>
- For $125, you get a couples massage package (a $310 total value), which includes:
- A one-hour therapeutic massage for each person (a $160 value)
- A 45-minute hand and foot treatment for each person (a $150 value)<p>
Republic of Wellness emphasizes total-body restoration through noninvasive techniques and personalized care. During each therapeutic massage—which begins with a consultation to discuss the client’s specific needs and objectives—overwrought musculature undergoes an hour of deliberate strokes and direct muscle-grain pressure, which eases tension and levels sinewy stalactites. Meanwhile, the spa’s indulgent hand and foot treatments immerse weary extremities in sage- and lavender-infused hot water, a 45-minute process that can exfoliate old skin cells and release accumulated toxins. Clients can choose between a regular hand and foot massage or a session of reflexology, allowing therapists to manipulate feet and hands in search of stimulated circulation, bodily well-being, and messages tattooed in invisible ink.
Clients can double the pampering pleasures with the couples massage package, bestowing the gift of comfort on friends, lovers, or life-size cardboard standups. Each pair may opt to have their sessions take place in the same room or in two separate cells.
Republic of Wellness
The Republic of Wellness’s massage therapists come from Brazil, Belarus, and across New England, but they're all united by a single philosophy: the human body can heal itself. In helping it regain its natural balance, they take inspiration from ancient traditions from around the globe, including acupuncture, yoga, Swedish massage, and reflexology, a style that, much like four-limbed applause, places pressure on the extremities. The Quincy studio immediately muffles the worries of the outside world with a waiting room lined with well-loved Oriental rugs, overstuffed chairs, and amber-shaded lamps.