Couples Massage Special

Love is in the air! Book a couples massage with us between February 8th-18th and receive complimentary champagne and local chocolates! We can't wait to treat you and your special guest! Perfect for couples, friends, mothers/daughters etc! Plan ahead now as these slots are booking in fast!


*NEW* Foot Soak and Massage:

We now have a foot soak relaxation room! De-stress and dip your feet into a warm herbal bath of epsom salts and ginger oil. The therapeutic properties will gently soak in as you relax and unwind with a warm neck wrap and a cup of tea. Your therapist will then treat your feet to an exfoliating sugar honey scrub followed by an anti-inflammatory arnica oil massage. Your feet do so much for you... Treat them!

50 minutes $75


Package Deals:

Massage therapy is cumulative, so the more regularly you receive, the more you get out of each session. Save money and make massage a part of your wellness plan with a package of massage sessions to be used at your convenience. A wellness routine of twice a month or monthly is recommended, but whatever you can do will be beneficial to your body and mind! 

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UNH Student Discount:

Are you a current University of New Hampshire student? Present your UNH student ID at checkout for $10 off any one hour session and $20 off any 90 minute session!

The name Plaid Friday was conceived from the idea of weaving the individual threads of small businesses together to create a strong fabric that celebrates the diversity and creativity of independent businesses. Plaid Friday is the relaxing and enjoyable alternative to the big box store “Black Friday,” and is designed to promote both local and independently owned businesses during the holidays.
 
 
Client Testimonials
Before each session, they take the time to listen to my concerns and tailor the treatment accordingly. Her manner is peaceful and genuinely caring; I feel as if I am all that matters during those 60 minutes.
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Don't let your mind bully your body into believing it must carry the burden of its worries. -Astrid Alauda