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Hot stone therapy purifies the body and creates harmony

Date Posted: 2008-02-07

The concept of putting hot stones on one’s body doesn’t seem like much at first thought, but when Come Across uses the Native American traditional folk medicine technique, it makes sense.

Hot stone therapy and hot stone healing is picking up a loyal and devoted following, particularly among businessmen who want to relax after a rough day. Come Across has trained technicians who know how to transform angry muscles, purifying the body while providing a sense of harmony and a calm soul.

The technique utilizes Basalt stones from Arizona. Once heated and placed on the body, the warming of ultra infrared rays offers the same effect as a hot spring, drawing away toxins and waste, speeding up the metabolism. Muscles that fatigue easily—backs and shoulders, fingers and feet—benefit by the warming and a subsequent aroma oil massage with the hot stones gliding across the body.

Hot stone therapy is good for improving poor blood circulation, Come Across’ owner says, relieving stiff necks, back and headaches, swelling and tired eyes. It is also good for curing menstrual pains and irregularity.

Come Across has American Electrology Association authorized professionals who specialize in safe, fast and comfortable hair removal, part of the Come Across body and skin care services. Pimples, wrinkles and black spots can be eradicated during 90-minute facial treatments, and Come Across has a two-hour weight reduction regimen to ease away those excess pounds.

Skin problems are safely resolved at Come Across, including transformation to smooth face, arm and bikini lines.

Come Across is offering specials on all body massage, dropping the $100 price to $78 for a 110-minute treatment. An additional $10 adds in the optional facial massage. Advance Come Across ticket purchases equate to an additional five percent reduction on body and facial treatment massage.

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