What You'll Get
Muscles, much like deer that stumble into a strobe light party or toddlers sent to repair a broken space station, easily tense up. Avoid unneeded tension with today’s Groupon to Serendipity Health & Relaxation Spa in Southfield. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a 30-minute shiatsu, acupressure, or Swedish massage (a $50 value).
- For $39, you get a 60-minute shiatsu, acupressure, or Swedish massage (an $80 value).
- For $56, you get a 90-minute LaStone (hot stone) massage (a $120 value).
Serendipity Health & Relaxation Spa revitalizes bodies with natural healing therapies and SkinCeuticals products in a tranquil spa atmosphere. Before the treatment, an expert massage therapist and client discuss which method of [massage](http://www.serendipityhbc.com/Services%20%26%20Rates.html) suits the individual's therapeutic needs and their back’s birthday wishes. The ancient healing art of shiatsu massage utilizes a unique pressure-point therapy technique to alleviate aches, relieve tension, and elevate energy levels. Acupressure massage applies pressure to the body's energy channels to remove blockages impeding energy flow and release syndicates of painkilling endorphins. The Swedish massage utilizes long, gliding strokes and gummy fish to stimulate circulation, ease stiffness, and relax the body. Alternatively, the LaStone (hot stone) massage fuses Swedish massage stratagems with heated stones and lukewarm stone statues to penetrate multiple layers of tissue to achieve all-encompassing relaxation.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required. 30-minute and 60-minute options valid only for shiatsu, acupressure, or swedish massage. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Serendipity Health & Relaxation Spa
At Serendipity Health & Relaxation Spa, massage therapists root many of their techniques in traditional Chinese medicine to promote healing and overall well-being. For example, foot reflexology, an art first practiced by the ancient China, uses gentle pressure on areas of the feet to relieve pain or discomfort in other parts of the body. Acupressure focuses on specific points along the body’s energy channels to release endorphins and remove blockages.
The staff throws other spa treatments into the mix, too. Body scrubs, steam therapy, and SkinCeuticals facials help revitalize skin left dry and rough from somersaulting through the desert.