Caring for your body is a task that knows no end, much like counting all the stars in the night sky or shaving Mount Rushmore. Attend to your anatomy and protect your health with today’s Groupon to Seabrook Island Wellness in Bohicket Marina on Seabrook Island, Johns Island. Choose from the following options:
- For $48, you get a one-hour Thai massage (a $110 value).
- For $58, you get a five-class pass for Kundalini-inspired yoga (a $140 value).
- For $58, you get a one-hour Mind/Body/Emotion detox (up to a $145 value).
Seabrook Island Wellness replenishes bodies with yoga, detoxes, and massages in its quest to bring mind, body, and spirit into harmony through holistic treatments. A one-hour Mind/Body/Emotion detox begins with a consultation on nutritional and lifestyle balance before bodies are cleansed with an Ayurvedic approach that addresses stress and chronic pain. Meanwhile, Seabrook Island Wellness’s yogis conduct Kundalini-inspired workshops that draw on yoga, Pilates, ballet, and stretching to create a meditative but physically engaging exercise. Groupon holders may attend the weekly session on Saturdays from 8–9 a.m., or call to make a reservation, as classes can be scheduled to accommodate need and student calendars. Or a licensed massage therapist can administer a one-hour Thai massage after a wellness consultation. Using a variety of techniques, therapists will knead muscles to ease aches, relax minds and bodies, and increase range of motion, so you'll leave the premises with your muscular fibers singing as harmoniously as a barbershop quartet, instead of screeching like the lead singer in a Norwegian death-metal barbershop quartet.
Seabrook Island Wellness
Mary White believes in the power of movement to rehabilitate both bodies and minds. As an alternative health expert who has been practicing for almost 20 years, she relies on an integration of yoga, massage, and water movement therapy to put clients on the path to wellness. Her programs are entirely inclusive, welcoming yoga beginners to experience the same restorative poses that have benefitted athletes and irreparably tangled acrobat pairs.
Inside the studio, a blend of styles—including Kundalini, Bikram, and Vinyasa flow—merge with Pilates and muscle-specific stretches. The combination of motion-based techniques works to combat pain and recurring ailments as it hones enough mental focus to defuse a bomb while stressed out by the fact that you’re in a cartoon in the first place. Mary strives to dispense her teachings to walk-in students as well as specific therapy groups, including Alzheimer's patients and single women in need of support.