What You'll Get
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Normally when people come to your home asking to touch your hands and feet, it’s a bad thing:
- Tickle-obsessives are looking to get their jollies.
- Environmental groups want to demonstrate what a tree feels like after being cut down.
- Jehovah’s Witnesses size you up for Jehovah gloves and Jehovah socks.
Your next at-home hands-and-feet incident doesn’t have to be disagreeable. In fact, it can be an amazing healing experience. Today’s deal gets you 54% off one home reflexology treatment from Revive Reflexology.
Refresh your mind, body, and soul by bringing spa-like treatments to your home. For $55, today’s Groupon gets you a 45-minute reflexology treatment from Revive Reflexology. A Revive therapist will show up at your door (anywhere in Manhattan) bearing the gift of a foot soak (choice of rosemary, lavender, citrus, or healing) and ready to perform wonders on your hands and feet.
Sometimes referred to as “acupuncture without needles,” reflexology is based on the theory that every part of the human body is linked to reflexes in the hands and feet. Reflexology can increase energy levels, restore balance in the body’s systems, promote self-healing, remove harmful toxins, and lead to an improvement in overall well-being.
Revive makes late-night house calls (until 11 p.m. Tuesday through Friday), so there’s no need to go out of your way. A therapist will come to your home and use the reflexology philosophy to soothe your body by relieving tension through your hands and feet.
Though online reviews are lacking, TimeOut New York raves about the benefits and convenience of Revive Reflexology:
- They offer all of the frills with none of the fuss: My therapist Ann Marie walked into my apartment with only a small bag in tow and proceeded to soak my feet in a small tub filled with warm water, Epsom salts, lavender, tea tree and juniper oils. While I laid on my bed, she started kneading the balms of my soles. After the thoroughly relaxing pampering, I didn’t have to move an inch to drift off into a deep slumber.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 10, 2010. Amount paid never expires. One per person May purchase multiple as gifts Includes choice of foot soak Does not include gratuity Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.