The RelaxStation Provides Outdoor Massages and More to World-Weary Clients

. August 5, 2020.
RelaxStation Outside
Image courtesy of the RelaxStation Facebook.

Quarantine got you tense? Is your back tired from hunching over a computer all day? The RelaxStation will get the weight of the world off of your shoulders!

The RelaxStation, which was voted Best Massage in the Best of Washtenaw 2020, is offering socially responsible massages for those who need to lift some weight off of their shoulders. With a variety of environments and types of massage, you’ll be able to find the right way to relax during these stressful times.

Getting a massage during a pandemic can feel backwards, but the RelaxStation works hard to ensure the safety of their customers and the safety of their staff. Every person is set six feet apart, mask wearing is mandatory for every masseuse, and hand sanitizer is always within reach. You’re also welcome to ask any questions you may have about their safety process. Safety and comfort are the top priority at the RelaxStation!

What’s best about the RelaxStation is that they provide massages based on your personal comfort level. You can receive a fully clothed massage at the Huron location (walk-in or appt.) or you can request a private room at the North First location (scheduled through the Huron office) for a massage in a serene setting. Also, this lovely local business now offers outdoor massages on the patio (weather permitting). You can feel the nice breeze as those knots in your back are finally untied.

A good massage can help you feel more relaxed than you have been in months, literally! The RelaxStation welcomes same-day appointments and walk-ins, meaning there’s no need to stress about an appointment. Also, you can choose 30, 60 or 90 minute massages. They will even do a 10 minute quick destresser if you are in a hurry. Give them a call or stop by to make your day better.

It’s the perfect place to take a moment and be alone before having to go back to the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

300 W. Huron St., Ann Arbor. 734-623-1951.


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