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“I have been getting massage and reflexology therapy from Sara for several years now and all I can say is WOW…she’s awesome! She is very professional and provides a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. She really listens to her clients needs and always delivers an excellent session. I know I’m in “good hands” with Sara and feel renewed and energized after each visit!” S.T. Lafayette, IN
Need a pick me up? LIFE HAS YOU ON THE GO 24/7. Back to school-running errands here and there-work-kids-bills. NEVER ANY TIME FOR YOURSELF here’s a chance to take time JUST FOR YOU! We want you to discover how easy and affordable it is to be pampered. Stress relief is just a few minutes away, we know you’ll love it!
Therapeutic massage can be a terrific “tool” to help you get rid of your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Why? Because the most common causes of carpal tunnel pain, numbness and tingling are pressure on nerves caused by muscles, trigger points or muscle strain. You can see they are all muscle related!
If you have a job that requires repetitive motion, massage might be your answer!
Layflat Massage now accepts all major credit cards and pay pal. Getting a massage is easy, but getting ahold of a receptionist can sometimes be a hassle. We understand that not everyone operates on the same schedule, that’s why we’ve added online booking! We invite you to schedule an appointment at our STUDIO or if you’d like to indulge in a massage in the comfort of your own home, book a HOME VISIT!
Layflat Massage is giving YOU the opportunity to give the gift of massage to a loved one. We’d like to hear about someone in your life that could really use a massage. Please submit a short essay sharing your story about your nominee. The person who’s story has the most likes by 8/19 wins a free hour massage to give as a gift. Invite your friends to participate!
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