Madison WI Couples Massage Therapy Healing – Shiatsu/ Deep Tissue Service Launch

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Madison, WI - A Better Body (608-640-3646) announces that it has updated its couples massage therapy as Valentine’s Day soon approaches. Guests are whisked off to a paradise where they can destress, relax, and indulge in a luxurious and pampering experience.

To celebrate Valentine’s Day 2022, A Better Body introduces its new couples massage therapy packages. As its name suggests, the treatment is meant for two people who want to share a relaxing massage together. From Swedish to Shiatsu, customers can choose which style they want, depending on their needs and desires.

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The new therapy services take into consideration the safety of the guests amid the health crisis. All couples massages are strictly by appointment only, with sessions needing to be booked at least one day before. All staff in the spa are fully vaccinated and continue to wear KN95 masks.

Guests are encouraged to wear their masks all throughout the session but may remove them, provided that they give a copy of their full vaccination card before the session.

Despite being considered as a non-essential service, massage therapy is a highly recommended solution for overall wellness. Regardless of style, massages can stimulate blood flow, reduce chronic pain, and improve body functions. In fact, physiologists and other medical experts have noted that regular massages can offer significant health benefits, especially when done correctly.

A Better Body believes in its name, both as a company and as a service. The small, locally-owned business is passionate about helping others build a better body with alternative healing therapies. All its staff is trained in all the most popular massage styles such as Swedish, Shiatsu, Hot Stone, Deep Tissue, and Aromatherapy, among others.

Following a unique customer-centered business model, the spa is dedicated to helping guests receive the therapy they need. That is why before each session, a quick physical assessment is made. Clients are asked if they suffer from any pain or aches in their bodies. The massage therapist will then recommend a service most suited for them.

The same applies to couples massages. Couples do not need to have the same type of service. One partner may opt to get a Swedish massage, for example, whereas the other would prefer Shiatsu.

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