Eremia Massage Coupons and Deals
Eliminate tension, pain, and discomfort A great gift for the stressed out folks in your life A wonderful source of complimentary health care Ensure that your muscles and back are feeling great
If the commercials alone for NBC's Up All Night stress you out, perhaps it's time to put down your own juggling act. 60 minutes is all you'll need to pencil in today's Save — $38 for a hot stone, deep touch, prenatal or myofascial massage from Eremia Massage. Meaning "ultimate relaxation" in Greek, Eremia in St. Charles lives up to its name. Owner and licensed massage therapist Aliki Taylor specializes in holistic pain management and believes in healing the mind, body and soul. She's an empathic listener and starts off with a 10-minute consultation so that she may provide the most personalized massage possible. The calming warmth of hot stone massage will get your blood flowing and temper your tension after a morning-long "bored" meeting. Or if you're aching to melt muscle pain after tackling a triathlon, a deep touch massage would be ideal — while chronic pain is best treated with myofascial release. Expecting a baby or know someone who is? Aliki also specializes in prenatal massage, using techniques specific for pregnant mothers that will help diminish discomfort. The option of aromatherapy is also a nice touch, as if the fact that all products used are environmentally friendly. There's even an unscented hypoallergenic lotion for the sensitive types. After a massage at Eremia you'll be able to face anything — and have change left to see the latest big screen hits. How does it work? Show me how to Save!
Tense muscles are often the product of poor posture or repetitive motions, such as those associated with scrubbing a floor or typing emails to a celebrity. Rescue your back from monotonous aches with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a one-hour massage at Eremia Massage in St. Charles. Eremia Massage is open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Owner, licensed therapist, and pain-management specialist Aliki Taylor plunders back panels for stashed-away sore spots, relieved of tension via customized kneads and pressures. Her dexterous digits are fully trained in nine massage modalites, which she stitches together to ...