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True to its name, Harmony Massage & Spa uses therapeutic bodywork to help restore a sense of balance between the body, mind, and soul. The spa's therapists view massage as more than an indulgence—to them, massage should be a regular treatment for individuals seeking to improve their overall health and wellbeing. Each of the specialists' sessions work towards wellness by increasing circulation, improving joint flexibility, and alleviating chronic pains. Heated stones and soothing aromatherapy oils can accentuate the therapeutic benefits of the massage. Beyond bodywork, Harmony Massage & Spa offers facial waxing, as well as manicures and pedicures with optional nail art encased in tiny nail frames.

77 East Main Street
Bristol,
CT
US

Right As Rain Massage Therapy is situated within Rose Chiropractic Care in the heart of downtown Bristol, CT. I offer 60 and 90 minute customized massage and integrate energy work and aromatherapy into each session as requested. I believe massage is a wonderful contribution to staying healthy and well balanced.

452 East Street
Plainville,
CT
US

Kristina Mozzicato is a modern-day Renaissance woman. In addition to earning two bachelor's degrees from the College of the Holy Cross in Italian studies and music, she baked and souffléd her way to a culinary-arts certificate from the Connecticut Culinary Institute. So it wasn’t too much of a stretch for her to add a degree from the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy, a massage license, and national certification to her list of credentials.

In characteristic Kristina style, she approaches her bodywork with a refreshing degree of meticulousness. To protect her clients from parabens, artificial preservatives, and synthetic chemicals, Kristina uses only nontoxic lotions and creams during her massages. She's especially fond of Young Living therapeutic-grade essential oils, and incorporates them into her sessions gratis upon request. While she kneads sinews, she draws on a range of modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, trigger-point therapy, and hot stone. Taking the path less traveled, her raindrop massage technique combines Vita-Flex techniques with essential oils to bring the body and mind into harmony, boost immunity, and reduce pain. When she isn't helping humans mend, she massages canines to help them cope with stress, aching joints, injuries, and nightmares about vengeful squirrels.


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58 W Main St.
Plainville,
CT
US

Within the walls of The Joy Of Healing Massage Therapy, custom massages work out body aches with the help of oils and creams crafted from all-natural ingredients. The licensed massage therapist’s portfolio of techniques ranges from gentle, gliding strokes to deep-tissue kneading to acupressure, which is the application of fingers or hands on specific points of the body or voodoo doll that consequently relax and alleviate pain on other parts of the body.

452 East St.
Plainville,
CT
US

Terri Battaglia, the licensed massage therapist at Therapeutic Massage Center of Plainville, helps her patients find relief from pain with a range of bodywork modalities. It is the healing part of her job that she finds so awe-inspiring—the fact that a pair of hands and a dose of expertly applied pressure can drive away chronic aches, acute ailments, and aggressive patty-cake challengers.

58 W Main St.
Plainville,
Connecticut
US

"Now listen up," insists Connecticut Magazine. "Matthew’s tableside Caesar salad has to be the best in the state, if not the country." It's hard to argue with that claim. Starting with torn hearts of romaine lettuce, the salad is made right next to your table, which gives you the chance to catch the distinct aromas of garlic croutons and parmesan cheese before each is thrown into the mix.

Executive Chef Greg Marcuson's culinary talents, of course, extend beyond salad. In fact, they're visible throughout Matthew's menu, in the Berkshire lamb shanks he braises for eight hours and in the cheddar grits he pairs with jumbo shrimp tossed in a barbecue dry rub.

But even the food can't claim sole responsibility for Matthew's popularity. Credit is also due to the restaurant's idyllic location, which includes a spacious outdoor patio with a stunning view of the Farmington River and its kindly fish god.

55 Mill St.
Unionville,
CT
US