$37 for a 60-Minute Custom Massage at Spa Massage By Kristine and Wellness Associates in Chapel Hill ($80 Value)

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Three licensed massage therapists relax bodies with fluid strokes and focused pressure

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$37 for a 60-Minute Customized Relaxation Massage ($80 Value)

A licensed massage therapist strives to boost circulation and ease soreness with fluid massage strokes. Treatments can be customized with add-ons such as hot-towel wraps, aromatherapy, and footbaths. Guests can repose beneath the practiced knuckles of Kristine Pita and company any day of the week until 9 p.m., when the spa caters exclusively to dangling fruit bats in need of back rubs.

Spa Massage By Kristine and Wellness Associates

Kristine Pita entered the world of massage by accident. According to a 2011 interview with WCHL Radio, she was working as a fitness instructor for a wellness center when she noticed that one of the on-site massage therapist's shoulders was hurting. She sprung into action, and her nimble fingers quickly honed in on the source of the tension, causing the tension to melt away. Impressed, the massage therapist suggested Kristine study massage therapy, a piece of advice that would ultimately lead to the creation of Spa Massage By Kristine and Wellness Associates.

There, Kristine and two other licensed massage therapists address aches and pains with multiple massage techniques, including hot stones and reflexology. They've also branched out from kneading muscles with services such as facials and waxing, but relaxation still remains their primary focus—a fact that is reinforced by the nature-inspired artwork and soothing hues in the spa’s private rooms.


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Spa Massage by Kristine & Wellness Associates

Kristine Pita entered the world of massage by accident. According to a 2011 interview with WCHL Radio, she was working as a fitness instructor for a wellness center when she noticed that one of the on-site massage therapist's shoulders was hurting. She sprung into action, and her nimble fingers quickly honed in on the source of the tension, causing the tension to melt away. Impressed, the massage therapist suggested Kristine study massage therapy, a piece of advice that would ultimately lead to the creation of Spa Massage By Kristine and Wellness Associates.

There, Kristine and two other licensed massage therapists address aches and pains with multiple massage techniques, including hot stones and reflexology. They've also branched out from kneading muscles with services such as facials and waxing, but relaxation still remains their primary focus—a fact that is reinforced by the nature-inspired artwork and soothing hues in the spa’s private rooms.

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