Like Hawaii, relaxation can be a challenging state to reach. Ensnare elusive serenity with today’s Groupon to Whole Health Massage. Choose between the following options:
- For $33, you get a 60-minute aromatherapy massage with complimentary tea for one (a $90 value).
- For $88, you get a 90-minute couples romance package (a $220 value). The package includes the following:
- Two 60-minute massages
- Choice of aromatherapy, hot-stone treatment, or hot-towel treatment
- Snacks plus choice of tea or sparkling cider
Led by seasoned therapist Michael Candelaria, the muscle masons at Whole Health Massage relieve aches and nurture holistic wellness with a comprehensive collection of therapies. During the aromatherapy massage, sinew soothers blend essential oils to help relieve each body’s bundle of concerns. As noses gently inhale soothing scents, stiff muscles melt under the therapists’ hands and stress bats flee from thought caves. Massage mavens also bestow clients with a small quantity of the custom blend to take home.
Alternatively, the couples romance package begins as therapists draw upon multiple modalities, tailoring bodywork for each prostrate pair. Swedish techniques assuage minor tensions and engender mental relaxation, and shiatsu focuses on pressure points to release negative energy. Deep-tissue work evicts knots and molten lava from muscles’ cores, and myofascial release stretches tissue to reduce inflammation and improve range of motion. To further enhance the experience, couples get to add on a choice of aromatherapy, hot-stone therapy, or a hot-towel treatment to the romantic knead-a-thon. After their corpuses enter a state of bliss, duos munch on snacks and imbibe tea or sparkling cider. Buyers should advise Whole Health Massage about which beverage they prefer when booking, and they may also inquire about more add-ons, such as herbal body scrubs ($30; not included in today’s deal) or certificates of achievement signed by Cupid.
Whole Health Therapeutic Spa
In addition to 14 years' experience in alternative and holistic practices, seasoned therapist Michael Candelaria has received 1,000 hours of training in 18 different wellness specialties, including reflexology, acupressure, and Chinese medicine. With services such as Swedish massage, myofascial release, aromatherapy, and hot-stone treatment, he and his staff take the mind to a blissfully whited-out plane where it's free to bob up and down like a Q-tip buoy in a sea of cotton balls.