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Rock Out to the Rhythm and Motion Synchronicity Massage

Good Vibrations: The Hard Rock’s Rhythm and Motion Synchronicity massage  uses rock music, amplified vibrations, pressures, and patterns to take clients on a rhythmic massage journey.

Photo courtesy of Hard Rock International
<p>Photo courtesy of Hard Rock International</p>

Forget the soothing new age music you might expect to hear during a traditional massage — the Rhythm and Motion Synchronicity massage available at many Hard Rock Spas brings music from the background to center stage. Featuring a soundtrack of rock hits from yesterday and today, the treatment uses amplified vibrations, pressures, and patterns to take clients on a rhythmic massage journey. The massage therapist synchronizes her movements to the playlist as bass vibrations ripple through the massage table and treble beats pulse from above. The client is also offered a choice of essential oils to reduce stress, ease muscle tension, and detoxify, while the music energizes and uplifts.

The music-centric treatment — one of four on Hard Rock’s Rhythm and Motion menu — runs either 50 or 80 minutes. The price varies depending on location.

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