- $15 for one 30 minute swedish massage ($30 value)
Centered on long, flowing strokes, Swedish massage can boost circulation and improve flexibility, all while easing aches, muscle tension, and stress.
Shellie Morin always loved helping people, a passion that attracted her to customer-service jobs most of her adult life. It wasn’t until 2006, after her husband suggested giving massage therapy a try, that she found her true calling. Since then, Shellie has gone on to open her own massage-therapy clinic: Sense-Sational Massage. Here, Shellie and Heather Daigle, a 2014 massage therapy graduate from Seacoast Career School, offer expertise in multiple massage techniques, including Swedish, bamboo-fusion, hot-stone, fibromyalgia, seated-chair massage, and trigger point therapy. Clients can choose their massage prior to their appointments, or stop in for a quick talk with Shellie or Heather, who can help them decide based on their ailments. For example, stressed clients with tension throughout their entire body may benefit from the long and flowing Swedish massage techniques, while those with fibromyalgia—like Shellie herself—can relax with a tailored session designed to lessen flare ups and decrease overall pain.