The hand is the human body's most functional organ, capable of folding napkins into swans and folding T-shirts into napkins. Put the utilitarian arm-ender to muscle-melting work with today's Groupon: for $65, you get a couples massage workshop (a $150 value) or for $40, you get a one-hour hot-stone massage (an $80 value) at Symmetry Therapeutic Massage Spa. This Groupon is valid at the new Highlands/Denver location in the Highlands Wellness Center.
Symmetry's mission is to impart body-soothing knowledge on its students, enabling them to live a life free of aches and pains. Learn the basics of Thai yoga massage from the studio's highly trained massage therapists during a couples workshop in one of a trio of stress-melting disciplines—traditional massage, hot-stone massage, or pre-natal massage. In each three-hour workshop, held in a clean, minimalist atmosphere, couples will learn a simple 60-minute massage routine that will target their partner's feet, lower back, neck, and shoulders. These easy-to-learn massage techniques can help increase range of motion, relieve sore muscles, and temporarily distract paramours from arguments over proper pasta consistency. If you opt for the hot-stone massage, a therapist will use oiled, heated basalt stones in lieu of hands to massage away bodily tension, aches, and chilly bloods.
- Symmetry offers a variety of different massages/treatments and their workshops are fun! I have been seeing Kina for deep tissue massages for about a year. She is an excellent massage therapist! – Amy A., CityVoter
- I have been seeing Celeste for over 6 months weekly for a neck injury, and have had amazing results. She is the only one in 5 years that has given me relief and encouragement! – Kim D., CityVoter
Symmetry 360 sprang from the dream of two friends and fellow massage therapists who sought to demonstrate that massage could be used to better physical health. They started small, with a one-room office behind a Pilates studio. Soon, however, they found themselves juggling more appointments than they could handle. Just two years later, they moved into a sprawling new sports-partnered studio, creating a new source of relief for athletes whose massages previously consisted of lying in the middle of the turf during a game.
Today, Symmetry's founding pair leads 30 other licensed therapists, each with their own unique backgrounds and specialties. These practitioners treat clients with more than a dozen massage modalities, including neuromuscular massage, which relies on static pressure to relieve area-specific pain, and Thai Yoga. Services such as soothing steam therapy and invigorating dry body-brushing augment the offerings.
2416 W 32nd Ave.
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