Aromatic Massage

Gloria M. DeVoss, LMT/Esthetician

 

Monday-Saturday SPECIAL: One Hour Swedish Relaxation Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Mini facial, and Scalp Massage. Regular $115. Special $99. per person.

Located in West Bradenton, offering a cozy, quiet, peaceful environment with flowing water fountain, soft music, candles, and aromatherapy. Our signature Swedish Massage is designed to help relax and reduce stress.  All our Massage and body treatments are designed to help you escape, to soothe, relax, and pamper your body, mind and spirit.  We pride ourselves in creating innovative packages for the individual or group.  Our attention and customized care stands out in the Massage Therapy, Skin Care, and Day Spa catagories.   Phone for an appointment today!

 We offer the following services:

  • Massage
  • Organic Herbal Steam Therapies
  • Facials
  • Glycolic Peels
  • Microdermabrasioin
  • Acne Treatments
  • Spa Packages

Click here for a detailed description of our Services. You can Call for Appointment, purchase an Instant Gift Certificate or Contact Us for more information.

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