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Sole to Soul Foot Spa
Relax with a foot massage at Soul to Soul Foot Spa
After a long day on your feet at work, running after kids or simply exploring beautiful Newburyport, booking a visit with Sole to Soul Foot Spa for a relaxing foot soak and foot massage is a must. This foot spa, owned and run by a licensed massage therapist, prides itself on offering a pampering experience for both your feet and soul.
At Sole to Soul Foot Spa, customers can choose from an extensive menu of steeping blends to soak their feet in. Each blend, a combination of warm steeping water and essential oils, focuses on individual needs like repairing, relaxing, restoring, and more. For an additional cost, foot massages, as well as lower leg massages, can be added to create the ultimate relaxing experience. Other add on’s include an eco-fin treatment for your hands and an invigorating sea salt and essential oils scrub.
While obviously indulging in a foot massage and soak will relax and restore you, there are also many health benefits that may not be quite as obvious. Massage and foot steeping help to manage stress, giving you more energy, better sleep quality, less anxiety, and more. The process can also help to relieve migraines, achy joints and enhance your immunity. Foot massage and steeping is extremely helpful to expectant mothers to help reduce any swelling as well as linked to shorter and easier labor.
Sole to Soul Foot Spa is a great place to visit on your own or to relax with a partner or friend. If you’re looking for a special and relaxing outing for a small group, party or shower, Sole to Soul Foot Spa can create an experience sure to have all your guests feeling pampered and restored.
Whether you are looking for health benefits or to simply give your tired feet a rest, book an appointment with Sole to Soul Foot Spa today and give your feet, body and mind the attention they deserve.
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