Thai Massage in Farmington

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Imagine a private room with two massage tables, you and your loved one sprawled out while therapists pour over your muscles with hands, hot stones, hot towels, and aromatherapy oils, all while you savor complimentary chocolate and beverages. This is Natural Touch Massage's deluxe couples massage, one of their many treatments designed to relax and relieve. Co-owners Amanda Mendez and Doug Moyer are both licensed therapists who've carved out a space where their clients can relax and indulge in bodywork that uplifts their spirits as much as it loosens their bodies. For Instance, the Lomi Lomi massages showcase a Hawaiian modality that kneads muscles with waves of pressure. There's also Thai yoga massage, Reiki energy work, and therapeutic sports massage designed to help those injured on the field or in concession lines.

1321 E 3300 S, Ste. 15
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

Physical. Social. Intellectual. Recreational. Individual. Financial. Vocational. These are the seven elements of The Seven Club Health & Wellness Spa, a health and wellness spa dedicated to balanced living. The staff, which includes aestheticians, massage therapists, a nutritionist, and a nail technician, helps its clients achieve this balance through services that address these areas, such as massage, fitness training, and life coaching.

515 S 700 E
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

For Cindy Howell, every massage calls for a different approach. That's why the licensed massage therapist draws upon five modalities at Mama Mia Family Massage, paying close attention to what every body needs. Of course, she also happily sticks to one style when necessary, whether kneading muscles with gentle Swedish strokes or incorporating elements of reflexology and meditation into Thai yoga massages. Her sessions result in myriad benefits, including improved circulation, a stronger immune system, and relief from general aches and anxieties.

24 S 600 E
Salt Lake city,
UT
US

Oxygen doesn't just grow on trees. It has to be cultivated by skilled farmers like those at Solase, who have harnessed its restorative properties to pair them with a dynamic array of therapeutic massage techniques. After muscles melt under shiatsu strokes or deep-tissue pressure, clients can enjoy a sturdy jolt of 40% O2 at the oxygen bar, available in such tantalizing scents as mango, pumpkin, watermelon, and new-yacht smell. Solase also offers an array of beautifying treatments, ranging from brow waxing and eyelash tinting to chemical peels and indulgent facials.

206 E University Pkwy.
Orem,
UT
US