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Best Massage: Massage Envy

Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Rough day? Shoulders tense?

Let the professionals at Massage Envy take all that stress away with a hot stone massage, a Swedish massage, deep tissue massage or trigger point therapy. Massage Envy also offers prenatal massages and geriatric massages.

Massage relieves stress, encourages relaxation, improves posture and circulation, lowers blood pressure and helps manage pain. And what makes Massage Envy’s massages even more special? “It’s our employees,” said franchise owner Laurie Vaqueiro. “We have great employees … all of them. They genuinely care about our guests.”

Massage Envy also offers facials that promote healthy skin, restore skin from environmental damage, treat acne and slow the signs of aging.

Laurie and her husband Danny opened their Massage Envy location in 2006 and the long list of members who take advantage of at least one massage and/or facialĀ a month is a testament to their stress-reducing success.

“Thanks for voting us No. 1,” Laurie said. “We love El Dorado County. That’s why we’re here.”

Massage Envy is located at 4510 Post St. in El Dorado Hills Town Center. For more information call (916) 941-6850 or visit massageenvy.com.

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