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New Location!! Hooray!


We have recently moved to a new location only fifteen minutes from our previous one. It is still in Lutz but we were blessed to get an amazing deal on the place and it provides more of a massage setting and more space for your therapies. Come visit us at 19001 Sunlake Boulevard, Lutz 33558. We are located in Room 1 downstairs. We hope to see you soon!

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Back To School Promotion

Let’s remember this on the new journey we start with our families as our kids go back to school…
“We won’t just pass through this season and survive, we will conquer over this season with prosperity, knowledge and abundant wisdom”Celestial Body Massage is focused on families and we wish all of the students a year of success where the best can be given. Your dreams and goals will be achieved together in the unity of a family. If you were not able to get rested enough to start over feeling relaxed and ready, we are here to help you. Please mention *Back to School Promotion* and receive a massage with 50 percent off. Please check our page to know and select from our services. Stay cool and enjoy the rest of the summer.

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How to Behave Before, During, and After a Massage

BY: SHANNON GRILLI | 10.28.2014

How clean should I be?

“Showering that day is preferable,” Shannon said, and not just because it’s more comfortable for the therapist. When your skin is clean, it will better absorb the lotions and oils used during your massage.

Should I shave my legs beforehand?

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For Taming Stress: Massage Therapy

You already know that it’s the perfect way to pamper your stressed-out self. But massage can be much more than an indulgence. Neuromuscular massage, for instance — the most common type of therapeutic deep-tissue massage — uses pressure on particular points in the fascia (the fibrous connective tissue that surrounds the muscles) to treat specific injuries or chronic pain. Ordinary massage therapy ultimately works by stimulating pressure receptors under the skin, which increases the vagal nerve activity in the brain, thereby boosting serotonin (the feel-good, anti-pain neurotransmitter) and lowering cortisol, the stress hormone that takes a heavy toll on your defenses against disease.

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Massage: Get in Touch With it’s Many Benefits By Mayo Clinic Staff

Massage is no longer available only through luxury spas and upscale health clubs. Today, massage therapy is offered in businesses, clinics, hospitals and even airports. If you’ve never tried massage, learn about its possible health benefits and what to expect during a massage therapy session.

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