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 to The Healing Body Massage in Orem. Choose from the following options:
- For $17, you get one 30-minute massage (a $35 value).
- For $35, you get two 30-minute massages (a $70 value).
- For $49, you get three 30-minute massages (a $105 value).
At The Healing Body Massage, therapist Trisha Ure wields extensive training and a roulette of styles to impart anatomical peace to her clients. During each 30-minute session, Trisha tailors her handiwork to each patron's problem spots using any combination of the six techniques and a rousing rendition of The Name Game. For recovering athletes, sports massage tends to tender spots strained by competition, while the trigger-point technique unties muscular knots on all frames to boost bodily flexibility. Trisha may also add in a 10–20 minute craniosacral massage, during which she lightly pressurizes bones, nerves, and tissues surrounding the skull to imbue a high level of relaxation. Rounding out her treatment arsenal, Trisha also specializes in deep-tissue, Swedish, and pregnancy styles, each made even more serene by her dead-on impression of a napping swan.
The Healing Body Massage
Before performing an exhausting concert, the members of Earth, Wind, and Fire knew exactly how to unwind: a massage from Trisha Ure. They aren't the only ones—musicians in Alice Cooper's and Jack Johnson's bands have also called upon the licensed massage therapist to conjure her kneading magic backstage. These days, Trisha—a Utah College of Massage Therapy graduate with more than 17 years of professional experience—showcases those massaging talents at her very own studio, The Healing Body Massage.
The name is apt, as Trisha's main goal is to relieve bodies of injury and chronic pain by administering medium to deep modalities, such as trigger point therapy. She specializes in helping clients work through chronic pain. Her clients range from car accident victims to athletes, who rely on her intensive strokes to prevent injury or recover from particularly strenuous touchdown dances.