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Barstow Body Work - Hadley

One or Three 60-Minute Swedish or Deep-Tissue Massages at Barstow Body Work in Hadley (54% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires May 8th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice required. Massages must be used by the same person. Valid only for Swedish or deep-tissue massage.

Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

What is the difference between sweedish and deep tissue? Can you mix them...two sweedish & one deep tissue?

elizabeth k.  asked on  May 3, 2012

A:

A swedish massage is a full body treatment that consists of various light pressures and long flow-y strokes. Whereas a deep tissue treatment is usually localized to one area of the body, for example the neck, shoulders, or upper back, where people experience pain or discomfort. A deep tissue massage would target that area of the body with more pressure, to reach the underlying muscle structures, accountable for that pain and discomfort. Most people prefer an integration of the both. Spending less time on the arms and legs, and more time, wherever they prefer.

Heather B.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 3, 2012

Q:

what is the difference between a swedish massage and deep tissue massage?

Madelyn B.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

A swedish massage is a full body treatment that consists of various light pressures and long flow-y strokes. Whereas a deep tissue treatment is usually localized to one area of the body, for example the neck, shoulders, or upper back, where people experience pain or discomfort. A deep tissue massage would target that area of the body with more pressure, to reach the underlying muscle structures, accountable for that pain and discomfort. Most people prefer an integration of the both. Spending less time on the arms and legs, and more time, wherever they prefer.

Heather B.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 3, 2012

Q:

If I buy the 3 for $90..can 3 different people use it on the same day?

Rhiannon G.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

No. The 3 for $90 deal is for people that have some sort of chronic pain issue or disfunction. My treatment protocol is to see people 3-4 times consecutively so that they can see results in their condition. My advice would be to tell that person to create a groupon acount so they have access to the deal!

Heather B.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

A:

As far as scheduling 3 people on the same day, I can do that, but they would have to be one after the other. As I am only one person, it would be quite diffuclut to do more than one at a time! ;)

Heather B.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

Q:

I am in my late 60's, the standard price for a senior massage is $55.00 rather than $65.00. Does the final discount reflect either % wise, or a dollar amount, to take into account the ongoing price difference between senior and regular clients?

a g.  asked on  May 2, 2012

A:

Because the Groupon is already heavily discounted, the final price of $30 stands for everyone. However, I do recognize that senior discount on my regular price, so should you purchase the groupon and wish to return, your massage would be $55.

Heather B.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

Q:

Choose Between Two Options •$30 for one 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage (a $65 value) •$90 for three 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massages (a $195 value) what is the diffrence between these 2 offers same amount of time higher rates on second one.

Roseann c.  asked on  May 2, 2012

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The reason there are 2 options, is because some people would just like 1 massage to relax every once in a while. The other option to purchase 3 for $90 is so that I can see a client 3 consecutive times in a row, should they have a specific problem to work on, and wish to see re rate for both is the same.

Heather B.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 2, 2012

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