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Bringing it Back

Friends - we are so excited to be bringing back our massage therapists! They've been in hiding! Now, the girls are coming back and better than ever. Not only are we back, but we are taking all the safest measures in light of the pandemic!

To make sure our patients are safe, we are wearing masks. We are also asking that you come prepared with a mask too! We want the utmost care for our patients and are taking the appropriate action to do so. With masks, and reserving at least a 30-minute window between patients. Our office wants to ensure that enough time is given to properly sanitize in between. 

Give the office a call, let's get you set up with some YOU time. You deserve it, get out of the house, and enjoy a taste of solace. 

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