Pompano Beach Massage Therapy
1We can help you regain your natural sense of balance. We’re experienced with clients ranging from the physically ill , people who lead stressed lives, first time clients, and athletes. Our bodywork is uniquely tailored to your needs; it is not a spa routine. We listen to your preferences and body as we work with the intention of healing; we accommodate your needs for a better health.
2Our full service Pompano Beach Massage Spa is open 6 days a week by appointment. We have a licensed massage therapist, chiropractor, acupuncture physician, skin, hair and nail technicians on staff to help you.We are aslo available for mobile services by appointment in the Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade County, down to South Beach, Miami.
3We suggest a 24 hours in advance booking. Limited same day appointments may be available. Third floor and above require an elevator for service. We will arrive a few minutes prior to your scheduled time to set-up. Please be available at the time of your appointment. Your Health is Your Wealth!
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