$39 for a One-Hour Custom Massage at Serenity Massage ($85 Value)

Danvers

62% of 42 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Skilled massage therapist adjusts pressure and kneading techniques to suit the client's preferences during a one-hour massage

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  • Appointment required
  • 24-hr cancellation notice required
  • New clients only.
Serenity Massage - Danvers: $39 for a One-Hour Custom Massage at Serenity Massage ($85 Value)

A massage therapist moves at a slow, deliberate pace, like an art film about an introverted teen learning to use a kiln. Pace yourself with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $39 for a one-hour custom massage (an $85 value)

Serenity Massage

Licensed massage therapist Victoria Wintersteen breaks down knots and tension with a full menu of massage techniques. Before kneading and mollifying muscles and clearing minds of stressful launch codes, Victoria consults with clients and helps them select from such modalities as deep tissue, Swedish, and reflexology. Victoria customizes strokes to accommodate individual body types as she glides her soothing strokes through high-quality lotions and massage oils, leaving backs more relaxed than a weeping willow in a hot tub.


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62% of 42 customers recommend

  • “great massage!”

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    Danvers

    225/227 Newbury St. Rte. 1

    Danvers, MA 01923

    +19782730144

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