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 The Country Doctor in Fond du Lac. Choose between the following options:
For $20, you get a 30-minute cranial-healing massage (a $45 value).
For $25, you get a 60-minute reflexology session (a $50 value).
At The Country Doctor, certified massage therapist Renee Waters drives away tension and its associated ailments with hands-on, naturopathic techniques. In the 30-minute craniosacral therapy, Renee gently releases stress from the skull, neck, and shoulders, easing headaches and back pain due to burying faces in the sand in foolish attempts to woo an ostrich. Reflexology sessions begin with a 15-minute consultation to discuss existing health problems and prescribe written wellness advice for the future. Next, Renee expertly applies pressure to reflex points along the feet, ears, and tin-foil antennae to improve circulation, relieve stress, and balance the body’s energy flow. In both options, hand-blended Young Living essential oils help clients relax with revitalizing fragrances.
The Country Doctor
Ancient Greek physician Hippocrates made a deep impression on modern medicine—he inspired the oath that all physicians swear to before offering their talents to the world. Naturopathic doctor Renee Waters believes that "do no harm" is one of the most important precepts that Hippocrates ever penned. Since 1984, she has helped patients improve their health without introducing them to potentially harmful artificial drugs or invasive procedures, such as surgery or food-pyramid tattoos. Instead, she employs natural techniques, including reflexology and herbal medicine, to improve the function of major organs and leaves patients feeling cleansed and energized with detoxifying treatments. One of her most popular treatments is the Ultimate Healing Massage, which incorporates a scalp massage, lymph drainage, and acupressure work. Her naturopathic scope also includes iridology sessions, where she analyzes markings on patients' irises to evaluate physical and psychological health.