Massage in Provo

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Sailors contemplate many things when crossing the Atlantic?the constellations in the sky, the capricious nature of the winds, and how to build one of the most dynamic family-fun centers in Utah. An unlikely beginning, but that's how things started for Provo Beach, as one of its founders envisioned the more than 50,000-square-foot indoor recreation center on a transatlantic sail.

Today, guests of all ages enjoy 12 activities, from a ropes course suspended 32 feet above the ground to a bowling alley sporting gleaming lanes and four large flat-screen TVs. The indoor Flowrider gives guests a taste of surfing or boogie boarding, propelling a continual flow of water up a wave-shaped bank. In addition to these attractions, the resort hosts special events such as Tuesday-night karaoke and the Wild Wonders Animal Show, which regales guests with creatures from tortoises to hedgehogs who also sing karaoke. Between activities, guests can refuel at the caf? and ice-cream shop.

4801 N University Ave, Ste 210
Provo,
UT
US

When an appointment at Soothing Remedy Massage is scheduled for an hour, that doesn’t mean 50 minutes with time to spare. Each session lasts at least a full 60 minutes as licensed massage therapists knead muscles with 100% organic jojoba oil. Soothing Remedy’s team is well-versed in six massage styles, including slow, relaxing Swedish massage and pregnancy massage, wherein bellies are rubbed with wooden alphabet blocks. But regardless of the style of treatment, every massage relieves clients of stress and muscular aches, while simultaneously improving their circulation and detoxifying their bodies.

2230 N University Pkwy, Building 7E Suite 6
Provo,
UT
US

Influenced by the ideologies of Dr. Ida Pauline Rolf, DanceCore doles out structural massages that prepare the body to perform, especially in athletic competition or in dance routines. The facility's therapists work closely with clients before, during, and after sessions, ensuring their treatment corresponds with unique needs and requirements. They also provide additional education in the form of at-home exercises and stretches to enhance the effectiveness of massage sessions.

444 S Freedom Blvd
Provo,
Utah
US

Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Baker has helped pain sufferers and car-accident victims for many years through gentle, yet effective, adjustments. His chiropractic care, combined with acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage therapy, all follow his simple rule: to treat clients until they're better. Along with helping individuals recover from personal injuries or auto accidents, he also relieves chronic pain from migraines, muscle soreness, or commuting to work via a kangaroo.

2255 N University Pkwy
Provo,
UT
US

Carla Kirk is the licensed massage therapist who holds specialties in Swedish, therapeutic, and prenatal massages, as well as certification in AromaTouch therapy. At Peaceful Therapeutic Massage, she brings these modalities together under one roof in order to address her clients' individual needs, so whether they have sore backs, frayed nerves, or tense muscles, she can accommodate them with relieving treatments and add-ons like aromatherapy.

2230 North University Parkway
Provo,
UT
US

At Tan Utah, experienced staffers help patrons select tanning plans to suit their beauty goals. From a hue built gradually in a UV bed to a Mystic booth's instant bronze, tanning experts help clients find the right look to stand out. As a distributor of top-flight tanning accouterments, the team gets such up-and-coming technologies as the Beauty Angel system, in which a therapeutic red light bolsters collagen production while a vibrating platform stimulates circulation.

2255 North University Parkway
Provo,
UT
US