For centuries mankind has envied pizza dough and wondered how we too could be kneaded to relaxed, savory states without paying for the luxury of being escorted via wooden paddle to a Sicilian brick oven. Enjoy a savory experience with today's Groupon: for $32, you get a one-hour massage (a $65 value) at Yoga Body & Balance, located in the South 48th Street neighborhood.
Co-owner and lead masseur Thomas Radtke weaves together soothing massage strands that adapt to the particular symptoms and stresses of each client. Beyond providing temporary relief for aches, pains, and other kneads, Yoga Body and Balance harnesses the power of massage to increase circulation and release endorphins that keep the body in good spirits and the spirit in a good body. Massage options include deep tissue, hot stone, Thai stone, and pre- or post-natal, all rendered with tender firmness, like a freestyle rap battle between mother and child.
Cool colors, soothing music, and the sweet aromas of softly simmering essential oils greet Yoga Body's visitors upon entrance, at once relaxing overworked muscles and enlivening labored limbs. Their massage table provides a tranquil, welcoming environment for patients of all walks, trots, and gallops of life, ensuring that everyone will leave with a slightly smoother stride.
- The people here represent the progressive-and-healthy minded young element in Lincoln. – Heather B., Yelp
- Thomas' holistic approach to body work is what I love about his massage…his awareness of the relationship between movement and thought make his massage a truly unique experience. – i.s., customer testimonial
Yoga Body & Balance
Owners Tataya and Thomas Radtke originally began Yoga Body & Balance in the living room of their home. Since then, they have expanded to new location with enough space to host the studio's eclectic assortment of yoga classes and bodywork treatments. Having studied Hatha, Ashtanga, and Anusara yoga, Tataya supervises varied sessions for a range of ages and skill levels, from gentle, introspective styles to vigorous, athletically based classes. This extensive range of opportunities allows students of various flexibilities to pursue a style that corresponds with the desired realism of their Gumby Halloween costume.
In addition to yoga, the center also treats visitors with various types of bodywork, such as Thai massage, Lakota raindrop technique, and sustained bear hugs. Alongside acupuncture sessions with a licensed therapist, these treatments work to target the symptoms of physical pain while also addressing the energetic imbalances believed to cause them.
2300 S 48th St.
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506Get Directions