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What You'll Get
Massage was developed by NASA to help astronauts cope with edgy Tang-induced sugar highs, lack of ESPN, and predatory aliens stowed away in the hangar bay. Achieve its soothing effects outside the soul-crushing abyss of outer space with today’s deal: for $35, you get a one-hour therapeutic massage (a $70 value) at Santosha Yoga Studio in Cranston.
At Santosha Yoga Studio, massagionados can shed stress accumulated in the bustling outside world. Workplace stress-building exercises and profanity-laced run-ins with sassy printers quickly melt away upon stepping into Santosha’s cozy treatment room, which features soft lighting, calming music, a heated massage table gussied up in soft linens, and a dove trained to sing Bing Crosby songs. Melissa Walsh, a certified massage therapist and talented tweaker of tense muscles, will expertly knead the stress goblins right out of your body during 60 minutes of therapeutic massage tailored to your needs. The massage will calm your flesh’s fickle nerves, flush toxins from your muscles, and tickle your tissues with healing pokes. Call to set up an appointment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. By appointment only. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Santosha Yoga Studio and Holistic Center
Santosha Yoga Studio and Holistic Center provides ancient yoga practices with modern context, creating unity between past and present. In doing so, the studio embodies union, or "the true meaning of yoga," as explained in Santosha's business philosophy. Holistic services, which include therapeutic massage and acupuncture, root out pain and promote openness. Yoga and fitness classes further support wellness to help patrons discover greater ease of movement. Although instructors do not require yoga students to chant during practice, they do encourage it and even provide resources on the topic. Transcripts and translations of common chants include call-and-response mantras and campfire kumbayas.