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What You'll Get
Like house parties, massages give people an excuse to forget about everyday stresses and fall asleep on someone else's table. Attend a fettle-ready fiesta with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a one-hour massage at Stress Free Therapeutic Massage in Stafford (a $70 value).
Stress Free Therapeutic Massage's experienced muscle kneaders aim to relax wound-up bodies in a caring, stress-free environment. After conducting an initial interview to discern which massage style will best mollify troubled tendons, a licensed tissue-molder will spend 60 minutes loosening knotted clumps of tension, adjusting throughout to incorporate both verbal feedback and back-tattooed instructions. Opt for the circulation-stimulating benefits of a traditional medium-pressure Swedish massage, or bear up under the firm and powerful workings of a therapeutic deep tissue massage, which helps to diminish inflammation and calm muscle spasms while drawing aches out of their sinewy hiding places. Other treatment options include pre-natal massage and sports massage, which uses tactical compression to alleviate injuries incurred during heated games of red-light green-light.
The Fine Print
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About Stress Free Therapeutic Massage
Stress Free Therapeutic Massage's licensed massage therapists live up to the business's name with soothing treatments customized to each individual's needs. Following an initial consultation, clients head to one of the studio's serene treatment rooms where cushy pillows cover massage tables amid soft lighting and tranquil artwork. Here, the massage therapist combines a range of techniques—Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and aromatherapy—to quell specific ailments, including work-related stress or injuries from Civil War reenactments that got too real. Throughout treatment, the practitioners may call upon products such as Prossage massage oils or Biofreeze pain reliever.