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What You'll Get
Like a car, the human body needs occasional realignment to ensure that a pleasant journey down the sidewalk doesn't become a careening detour into someone's kitchen. Keep human parts functioning properly with today's Groupon: for $28, you get a 60-minute reflexology treatment at Sunny Foot Spa in Burlington (a $58 value).
Sunny Foot Spa's professional team of feet-wranglers target acupressure points during treatments that battle stress and aim to vanquish chronic body conditions. Kick back in a comfy chair as skilled body-whisperers apply pressure to zones on the legs and feet, each one said to ease the tension carried in various areas such as the lower back, the chest, and the mouth's spring-loaded tongue. Clients can tell their foot pro to focus on personalized health goals throughout the 60-mintue session, such as abating high blood pressure, poor circulation, and troubled sleep patterns. A complimentary five-minute massage calls trained hands to dance across the neck and shoulders, and a comforting herbal footbath fosters circulation. Meanwhile, patrons stay entertained by a WWE wrestler who periodically transforms into a flat-screen TV.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sunny Foot Spa
Sunny Foot Spa's adept aestheticians seek to alleviate physiological and emotional ailments through an array of holistic spa treatments incorporating Western and Eastern health practices. Depending on the client's health concerns or aesthetic desires, therapists and aestheticians perform massages, acupuncture, and facials as well as body-slimming therapies, mani-pedis, and waxing. Black leather chairs swaddle guests before they walk by potted bamboo plants and Eastern-themed paintings through a yellow-walled hallway into private treatment rooms, which keep them safe from outside stressors such as feral rugby teams.