- $45 for a Tranquility Massage Package ($90 value)
- Includes $10 off follow-up massage
- Relax and refresh
- By appointment only
- Promotion Expires January 13, 2014
If aches, pains and stress are your constant companions, take a close look at today's deal at Tranquility Massage. For $45, enjoy the Tranquility Massage Package, which includes a 30-minute soothing herbal wrap, your choice of a 30-minute therapeutic or relaxation massage, an infrared sauna session and $10 off your next visit. The herbal wrap involves being cocooned in an herbal-infused cloth, which promotes relaxation and hydration of the skin. The relaxing 30-minute massage soothes tired and sore muscles.
Located in Sparks inside Balanced Health Solutions, Tranquility Massage is locally owned and operated since 2003. Massages offered include hot stone, deep tissue, aromatherapy and therapeutic and are customized based on client needs. Conditions addressed through massage include back pain, migraine relief, stress management and fibromyalgia.
$45 for a Tranquility Massage Package ($90 value)
- Cash refunds up to 14 days after date of purchase. See Terms of Service for refund details. May purchase multiples. Limit 1 voucher per person, per visit. Must schedule appointment, subject to availability. 24-hour cancellation policy. No cash value or cash back. Gratuity not included and should be based on original price before discount. Tax not included. Entire voucher value must be used in one visit. Merchant will abide by state gift certificate laws. Cannot combine with other offers, discounts or promotions. Voucher valid 24 hours after purchase. May upgrade to an hour massage for an additional fee - please indicate when scheduling an appointment.
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