What You'll Get
In addition to experiencing the humiliation of being buried by dogs and dug up by science teachers, skeletons are ornery because they lack the musculature necessary to get massaged. Avoid taking your skin for granted with today's Groupon: for $32, you get a one-hour massage at Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work (a $65 value) in Colorado Springs.
Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work's owner and certified massage therapist Jeanette Falu - Bishop began her career overseas on U.S. military bases in Germany, where she donated her healing hands to soldiers and their families. That spirit of service and dedication extends to her clients today at Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work, where she and her staff tactfully knead stress into submission. Feel free to treat skeletal suits to either the relaxing or therapeutic massages. Each modality comes replete with flowing hand movements and targeted pressure designed to improve posture and circulation, promote deeper breathing, enhance skin and muscle tone, re-capture the emotions of your favorite Delta Burke film, and increase joint flexibility. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. By appointment only. Additional charge for upgrades. 24-hour cancellation notice required or fee up to value of Groupon may apply at appointment. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work
Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work owner and founder Jeanette Falu-Bishop began her massage-therapy career on U.S. military bases in Germany, where she provided more than 1,000 hours worth of massages for wounded servicemen. In recognition of her dedication and work, Jeanette received a Presidential Volunteer Award in 2006, signed by former president George W. Bush. Today, she and her staff mollify muscular discomfort with soothing therapeutic treatments and relaxing massages in a variety of modalities, including deep-tissue, Swedish, sports, and hot-stone therapy. The team uses refreshing essential oils to complement treatments, which can increase blood flow, improve skin tone, promote joint flexibility, and restore the body's ability to escape awkward situations by melting and seeping under door cracks.