Deep Tissue Massage in Ann Arbor

60- or 90-Minute Massage at Teresa's Salon & Spa - Massage by Drea (Up to 61% Off)

Teresa's Salon & Spa - Massage by Drea

Brighton

Three modalities with increasing degrees of pressure, so clients can choose to focus on relaxation or deep-muscle relief

$65 $29

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$45 for a 60-Minute Massage from Teresa Mathis at Salon Jacqueline and Spa ($75 Value)

Teresa Mathis at Salon Jacqueline and Spa

Southfield

Skilled therapist blends light-to-medium strokes with firmer, more focused pressure to ease chronic tension and promote relaxation

$75 $45

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One of Three Massages of Choice at Serenity Touch Massage (Up to 53% Off)

Serenity Touch Massage

Southfield

Choose from deep-tissue, Swedish, aromatherapy, sports, or chair massage

$70 $35

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$40 for a 60-Minute Therapeutic or Deep-Tissue Massage at Greenleaf Bodywork ($60 Value)

Greenleaf Bodywork

Downtown Ferndale

Massage therapists apply their healing skills to release chronic pain patterns and tension during therapeutic or deep-tissue massage

$60 $40

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$40 for a Massage with Chiropractic Package at Madison Heights Chiropractic Center ($159 Value)

Madison Heights Chiropractic Center

Madison Heights

Nationally certified massage therapist mends muscles with choice of four modalities before assessing spines during a chiropractic exam

$159 $40

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One or Three 60-Minute Massages at Eclipse Cosmetic and Laser Centre (58% Off)

Eclipse Cosmetic and Laser Centre

City Centre

Massages soothe tense muscles and reduce stress

C$140 C$59

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$35 for 60-Minute Deep-Tissue Massage at Dynamic Chiropractic Centers ($65 Value)

Dynamic Chiropractic Centers

Rochester Hills

Deep-tissue massage releases toxins and alleviates aches and pains with vigorous pressure

$65 $35

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One 60- or 90-Minute Massage or Three 60-Minute Massages from Jeniene Nieboer at Pure Wellness Centre (Up to 63% Off)

Jeniene Nieboer at Pure Wellness Centre

Battle Creek

Massage therapist Jeniene Nieboer soothes achy muscles with custom applications of deep-tissue, therapeutic, or sports massage

$90 $35

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Angela Gorman has amassed a formidable list of certifications in the holistic-health industry after 14 years. She has been trained to soothe physiques with 28 different bodywork modalities, aided by her experience as a personal trainer and an anatomy and physiology instructor at Florida Metropolitan University, now known as Everest University. With such a broad wellness background, Angela was in prime position to develop Sacred Body's credo of customer care, which focuses a menu of treatments on restoring each individual's mental and physical balance.

Angela's team of massage therapists, yoga instructors, and life coaches subdue stressors by customizing their services to accommodate every client. The massage menu splits its offerings into corporal treatments—such as deep-tissue work—and energy therapy, such as reiki or kneadings with hot batteries. Faith in organic health has inspired the center's signature facial, which combines honey and fruits with herbal infusions brewed onsite to bring out the skin's radiance.

131 South State Street
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

For over nine years, Natural Body Health & Wellness's team of health gurus has shepherded passersby onto the path to physical harmony with its healing therapies, collection of advanced workout equipment, and all-natural products. The team is further guided by the experience that comes with seeing 50 to 70 customers a day and seven years in business. Troublesome aches recede into the distance as the center's aqua-massage beds knead away pains with a dry-water system, while Sunlighten full-spectrum infrared saunas purge bodies of toxins acquired from misguided diets and watching too much reality television. The TurboSonic whole-body vibration machine tends to a range of wellness factors, helping clients increase circulation, stimulate cellular fluids, and accelerate the body's overall healing response. Refreshing sips of Tyent alkaline?ionized water from the center's shop help visitors cool down after vigorous workouts, and it thoroughly rehydrates bodies.

361 W Eisenhower Pkwy
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Like the sun, Unique Mills visits the East and West each day, but not by rising and setting. Instead, her fingers channel therapeutic strokes from around the globe to melt pent-up tension and stress. At her eponymous studio, Unique Massage, she makes bodies work like new with techniques honed at The Swedish Institute of Health Sciences. Filled with rolling, kneading, and tapping motions, her calming Swedish massages can dissolve scar tissue, reduce swelling, and send secret recipes to pastry chefs via Morse code. During Japanese shiatsu, her fingers, palms, and elbows liberate blocked energy and stimulate circulation by pressing the body’s acupuncture points. Unique brushes the skin with olive oil and herbs before Chinese gua sha, then scrapes it with a clean, flat tool to oust toxins and promote lymph flow. In addition to easing the aches of pregnancy, scoliosis, and fibromyalgia, she enjoys helping athletes, dancers, and actors loosen up before important performances.

548 South Main Street
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Inside Tranquil Being Healing Arts Center’s feng-shui-inspired sanctuary, bodies revel in a state of stillness as minds wander to exotic destinations. Here, seasoned massage therapists welcome clients with olfactory delights such as gourmet tea, hand-made chocolate, and aromatherapy before taming tension with long, smooth strokes. Brimming with hot stones, warm towels, and organic massage oils, the signature renewal massage melts stress faster than a sunbeam’s lullaby. This service can be tailored to a variety of goals, including pain relief and sports performance, using a custom blend of Swedish massage, acupressure, reflexology, and trigger-point therapy. Guests may also unwind in a full-spectrum infrared sauna that helps soothe sore muscles and extract pent-up toxins.

320 Miller Ave
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Jessica Elkins's eponymous spa is a tribute to her love of plants, nature, and beauty. During her aesthetics training, Jessica worked in the bodycare department of a natural-foods market, assisting clients as they selected lotions, rinses, or cucumbers. She then turned her attention to biochemistry, a field of study that explores the chemical processes in living organisms. By learning how cellular components interact, Jessica broadened her ability to resolve or diminish skin conditions with specific products. At the spa, Jessica works alongside aestheticians who perform custom facials with natural ingredients from Europe or minerals from the mines of Moria. Wax technicians specialize in Brazilian and eyebrow services, and cosmetologists perform makeup applications with mineral pigments.

301 North 5th Avenue
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Beneath a lofted zenith of upward-sloping walls that converge overhead to give the space a quaint yet roomy feel, stylists work diligently at their chairs, expertly snipping locks and coloring coifs. A lineup of waxing services—or a magnet for clients whose hair is literally cobalt—de-fuzzes physiques from eyebrows to bikini line to legs. Cream-colored walls, punctuated by light that drifts in from a trio of windows, lend an air of serenity to the full-service salon and spa. Aestheticians tucked away in private rooms cleanse and exfoliate complexions with six different types of customized facials. Massage services focus on hands, feet, and backs during reflexology treatments and dorsal kneading sessions that, like explaining to a child how one knows what one knows, lasts up to 90 minutes.

3225 Central St
Dexter,
MI
US