What You'll Get
Like portrait painting, massage demands skillful hands, bold strokes, and a model who can sit still. Become a human canvas with today’s Groupon to Stolle Massage in Poway. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a 50-minute Swedish, deep-tissue, or therapeutic massage (a $65 value).
- For $35, you get a 60-minute body wrap (a $75 value).<p>
Tracey Stolle, Stolle Massage’s owner and a holistic health practitioner, fosters relaxation with several massage techniques, hydrating oils, and soft music. During your choice of massage, Stolle’s fingers figure skate across skin surfaces, prodding tense muscles with varying degrees of pressure and double-axel jumps. Swedish massage aims for total relaxation, deep-tissue techniques delve deeper into knotted muscles, and a therapeutic massage can address specific areas of client concern. The soothing strokes can help shoo away muscle pain, galvanize circulation, jettison stress, and spur injury healing time, which equates to 10 minutes for every band-aid used.
For the body wrap, bristles from a body brush evict expired cells from the skin before a spa professional blankets complexions with slabs of moisturizing rose mud and detoxifying black mud. Afterward, guests inhabit a sauna fort made of warm towels, bask in body shea butter, and bid adieu to dry skin for 20–30 minutes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Stolle Massage
Holistic health practitioner Tracey Stolle uses her expertly trained hands to help clients let go of pain and recover after serious injuries. Her specialty in therapeutic massage makes her especially sensitive to pain from chronic injuries or everyday stresses. She can craft 30-, 50-, or 80-minute massages to relieve discomfort using a variety of modalities such as reflexology and deep tissue. When she's not kneading tension away at one of her two locations, Tracey shares her industry knowledge by teaching in MiraCosta College's massage program and slyly turning handshakes into hand-massage sessions.