What You'll Get
Human bodies, like music boxes and pocket watches, are elegantly designed to offer their owners a lifetime of pleasure unless mechanical difficulties keep them from unwinding. Ease corporeal gear grinding with today’s Groupon: for $45, you get a 90-minute therapeutic massage at Rogue Health in Medford (a $95 value).
Rogue Health’s licensed myotherapist, Therese Holliday, takes the helm in gently guiding ailing patients out of wellness eddies and into serene channels with personalized holistic services. Surrender aching soul cages to the soothing power of human touch as a 90-minute therapeutic massage dispatches 10-fingered forays into pockets of resistant tension, unties knotted muscles, and swaddles stiff backs in nape-to-waist strokes. The customized kneading session abolishes tension without an act of Corporeal Congress and can provide relief to perennial problems hiding out in musculature’s many corners. Customers can also opt to bestow the massage as a gift and Rogue Health will mail a gift certificate to the address of your choosing or exchange your Groupon for a holiday-themed gift card. Like the fountain of youth, Rogue Health works its white magic Monday–Saturday by online appointment only.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rogue Health LLC
A licensed myotherapist, licensed craniosacral therapist, and certified nutritional therapist, Therese Holliday is a holistic renaissance woman. The multitalented wellness expert’s services draw on all three disciplines to pull off a host of veritable palliative miracles, such as providing respite from allergies or improving posture, previously only available by paying a stunt double to play your torso. Her bodywork, medical myotherapy, and energy work aim to extract chronic pain from underlying muscle structures. Drawing on her plant-based nutrition certification through Cornell University, she helps clients right their diets to stave off illness in the long term.