Massage therapy is among the best ways to achieve relaxation, on par with listening to actor Ed Harris chant in whale song. Sink into serenity with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for one 60-minute thai-yoga-bodywork session (a $60 value)
- $59 for two 60-minute thai-yoga-bodywork sessions (a $120 value)
Thai-yoga bodywork traces its roots back to the ancient healing therapies of India and Tibet. The therapist draws on these age-old wisdoms to integrate rhythmic compressions of the feet, knees, palms, elbows, forearms, back, head, and fingers with practitioner-assisted yoga asanas. The physical and emotional benefits of these sessions can range from enhanced blood circulation to relief from chronic pain and stress. Add herbal compresses imported from Thailand for an extra $20. The entrance is located on the side of the building, and there is additional parking in the rear.
Metta Yoga Studio
Sarah Wartell, a trained practitioner in thai-yoga bodywork, yoga, and Japanese reiki therapy, helms a studio in which she calls on all three holistic modalities to achieve optimal physical and mental healing. During yoga classes for all abilities, the studio fills with the sounds of controlled breathing, stretch-induced groans, and high-pitched yelps of contentment from downward-facing dogs. Agency shifts to the therapist during thai-yoga bodywork sessions that achieve heightened states of relaxation with a blend of focused compression and assisted poses. To practice their similarly holistic art, reiki therapists draw on ancient Japanese techniques designed to shuffle life-force energies around the body. Sarah’s mission to relax bodies and minds simultaneously is reflected in her studio’s décor, which features artwork depicting peace signs and leafy trees.
“I would highly recommend Metta Yoga to any level Yogi or anyone interested in starting out. Wonderful place to find!”
“Metta Yoga Studio is warm and inviting and everyone is friendly. The classes I have taken so far have been great!!! ”
“Teachers are wonderful and always look foward to going to classes.”