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Take the Stress Out of Gift Giving, Give the Gift of Massage
Picking out the perfect gift for any holiday or special occasion can be a stressful experience no matter who the gift is for. Is it the correct size? Is it the right color? It's enough to make even the seasoned shopper crazy . But there is a way to avoid all the worry and anxiety - consider giving the gift of massage.
For all occasions or just to say Thank You ------------------------------ Solve all your gift giving needs with a Massage Gift Certificate from Stacey Kocis LMT Not sure what to get ? Call Stacey Today at 928-308-1864
A gift certificate for massage therapy gives a friend or loved one the chance to escape the stress of daily life, while also enhancing their overall health. Several studies have shown that massage can help relieve stress, reduce heart rate and lower blood pressure, and boost the function of the body's immune system. According to a 2005 survey of 1,000 American adults sponsored by Brookstone, Inc, 52% said they would like to receive a massage product or service as a gift.
A recent survey by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) found that approximately one in four adults in the United States received a massage from a massage therapist within the previous year and 90% believe it's beneficial to their health. Whether your gift recipient has never received a massage or frequently enjoys massage, you can be sure you are not just giving a massage - you are giving them the gift of health and well-being that says "I Care."
Massage therapy is now available at 1000 Willow Creek Road Suite A and purchasing a gift certificate for a massage has never been easier. Enjoy our "New" comfortable massage therapy room. As a qualified licensed massage therapist I can work with you to choose the perfect massage gift to fit the needs of the recipient. And while you're at it, why not make an appointment for yourself!
Always consult your physician, before considering massage therapy. Some ailments and conditions are not a good candidate for massage. Massage/bodywork should not be construed as a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis, or treatment, and that you should seek a physician, chiropractor, or other qualified medical specialist for any mental or physical ailment of which you are aware. Massage/bodywork practitioners are not qualified to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any physical or mental illness.