Massage Envy offers stress relief that can lead to better health


Feeling stressed? Finding relief through such things as massage can have powerful benefits.  A study by University of California San Francisco researchers revealed that in some cases, high stress can affect the body at the cellular level leading increased risk for a host of chronic diseases of aging, including cancer, heart disease and stroke.

Taking the time to reduce your stress can help improve your health. Bel Air News & Views sponsor Massage Envy offers a variety of services to help relax your body and mind.

Trigger point therapy eases muscle tightness. Swedish massage relaxes the whole body. Deep tissue targets knots and releases chronic muscle tension. Cranial sacral massage can relieve headaches along with back and neck pain. Foot Reflexology massage can ease plantar fasciitis, ankle injuries or everyday work and play.

Massage Envy now also offers facials using Murad products that provide relaxation while improving your skin. Select from four treatments:
Environmental Shield Vitamin C, Clarifying Enzyme Acne, Anti-Aging or Sensitive Skin.

Massage Envy members now have the option to get either a facial or a massage each month. A Massage Envy membership costs $59 a month and includes a customized massage every month (or a facial for $10 more). If you don’t use your monthly visit, you can roll it over and use it later. You get family add-on specials, additional massages and facials at the low membership rate. You can also earn free massages and upgrades along with retail discounts. For more information about Massage Envy or to make a massage appointment,

Try  an introductory one-hour massage session (a 50-minute massage and time for consultation and dressing) for just $49.


Massage Envy is the largest provider and franchisor of therapeutic massage and spa services in the United States.  Founded in 2002, Massage Envy has 755 locations in 44 states, with new centers opening every month.  In the greater Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area, there are 30 Massage Envy centers serving approximately 45,000 members.

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This post was sponsored by Massage Envy.

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