Extended by Popular Demand - July Special!
'Feet First' Pedi Soak & Scrub
Book one for Dad...
Just in time for sandal season! Start your next 60-minute massage with our aromatherapy foaming pedi soak, with dead sea salt, epsom salt, and essential oils. Your therapist will then gently scrub and massage your feet with Seaflora's Ocean Mud Pedi Scrub, a combination of Pacific sea salts, ocean mud and seaweeds. The effect is invigorating and helps to increase circulation in the lower extremeties while reducing any swelling and leaving your feet and calves baby smooth. It is a lovely way to begin your next treatment! After the scrub is done, lay down on one of our extra comfortable massage tables and enjoy the rest of your regular 60 minute custom massage.
This special can be included within any 60 minute Massage Therapy treatment performed during the month of June 2015.
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We have learned, through trial and error, that most providers do not accept electronically submitted claims for Secondary Coverage. These claims usually must be submitted manually. In these cases, the Clinic must be paid directly.