Himalayan Salt Stone therapy is an innovative healing technique that we now offer guests at Sagestone Spa & Salon. This treatment takes the traditional warm stone massage to an entire new level, replenishing your body with vital trace minerals while the warm salt stones combined with sage and cedar oil create the ultimate remedy for sore muscles. These beautiful stones have been hand carved into massage stones that your therapist will use to soothe and mineralize to reduce pain and inflammation. This 80 minute treatment is $165.
Himalayan Salt Stone Massage
March 26, 2018
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