For the last quarter of the year, we would like to focus on your body’s wellness and including massage therapy as part of your monthly schedule.
Here is the list of Massage Clinics in Salt Lake City that can help you.
1. The Kura Door
1136 East 3rd Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
The Kura Door Holistic Japanese Spa invites you to experience a tradition of healing and rejuvenation that incorporates the gifts of the natural world and the artistry of the Japanese approach to wellness and beauty.
“Staff is warm and welcoming; facilities are clean and inviting. Complimentary amenities included a steam room, sauna, relaxation room with tea, infused water, snacks (almonds, candied ginger, apples). Purchased a package which included a 60 minute massage, 30 minute scalp treatment and 30 min reflexology. Massage was excellent and the scalp treatment left my hair smooth and shiny; probably would skip the reflexology if I were to return. For out-of towners like me, the spa is located slightly out of the way in a beautiful residential area (the Avenues) easily reached by taxi or Uber from downtown.” Jennifer W Washington, DC reviewed in trip advisor.com
2. Myotherapy Healing Clinic
New Address: 3950 South 700 East, Suite 201, Millcreek City, UT 84107
Tel: +1 (801) 484-7652
Myotherapy Healing Clinic is now open! Different from our student clinic, Myotherapy Healing Clinic offers 60, 90 and 120 minute massages from professional Licensed Massage Therapists who are all trained in a variety of modalities to meet your wellness needs.
“Today I had another fabulous massage from Tasha! So relaxing and felt as though I was on cloud 9. Place is so clean and staff is so professional. They always check in with you before massage and gather information needed to help you be your best. The only downfall is once you find someone (you’d prefer to handle you), they eventually graduate. But all massages here have been relaxing and worth it. Membership program is well worth it and gives you the chance to relax often!” Amanda M. Salt Lake City, UT reviewed from yelp.com
3. Matrix Spa & Massage
533 S 700 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Matrix spa & Massage was founded by Julieta Hernandez in 2001. She desired to create a place of healing of her own. Julieta has now been healing for over 20 years. Her client list ranges from CEOs to professional athletes to federal judges. Matrix Spa and Massage is the first spa in SLC, receiving an e2 Certification from SLC Corporation. Julieta has been recognized in SLC Weekly with the Staff Choice Award for “Best Deep-Tissue Masseuse 2007” and “Best Magic Fingers 2012.”
“I really do (enjoy) getting a massage here – the massage therapists are awesome, and I’ve referred a few people there, but my last visit I left disappointed. I had received a gift card for my birthday and after just having a baby I was saving it for a mommy retreat day. Well that day came the other day and I had an awesome massage, felt so rejuvenated and ready to take on my 11 month old. I got to the counter to pay and found out my gift card had expired! A gift card expiring is the worst idea ever and should never happen. A gift card is exactly the same as money and money doesn’t expire. So I pretty much paid for 2, 1 hr massages and only got 1. This situation left a bad taste in my mouth; that’s for sure.” Nikki Newin Hepworth reviewed on facebook.com
4. Knead a Massage
1400 S. Foothill Drive, Salt Lake City, UT
At Knead a Massage, they believe that therapeutic massage should be an integral component of an active lifestyle. Whether you want to boost your immune system, detoxify your lymphathic system, improve your athletic performance, or just reduce the effects of stressful living, therapeutic massage should be or can be an invaluable tool in your regimen of a healthy life. To be most effective, massage must be a consistent part of your wellness routine.
“My massage therapist was Qi. I asked her to bring the pressure to a 10, and sometimes requested to turn it up to 11. She was so good I gave her a hug after the 2-hour session.” Annie Nguyễn reviewed from facebook.com
5. Basalt Day Spa
402 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
At Basalt, they are inspired by nature and dedicated to wellness. They love sharing this vision by offering customized treatments for the body and mind. Their name originates from the heated basalt stones we incorporate into every service. With handpicked local and top-of-the-line products, their spa and boutique represent the community.
“This is a wonderful place! I received a facial from Amber and a massage from Courtney and re-booked! My husband also had a massage from Courtney.” Kim M. Kaysville, UT reviewed from yelp.com
6. Massage Envy
655 East 400 S Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84102
At Massage Envy, they are here for you every day of the week – morning and night, across the entire country. There are hundreds of franchise owners employing more than 25,000 massage therapists passionate and committed to total body care: an integral part of everyone’s well-being.
“The first time I came here, I had to bring my 3 year old with me because child care fell through. I was upset and stressed but the moment I walked through the front door, the girls at the desk put me at ease and gave my daughter paper and crayons to occupy her attention. Everyone was just so NICE. They have always been very responsive. Always able to get me in to see David quickly. (They always) smile and they seem to like and enjoy their job. I can’t say that about some of their locations I’ve been to. Give this location a try and ask for David!! You’ll be glad you did.” Valerie J. reviewed on yelp.com
7. Free Bodied
150 S 600 E Ste 7C Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Free Bodied was established last 2007 by Leah Nelson. She calls her business Free Bodied because everybody should be free of pain and every person should be able to happily do the activities they love to do.
“Got deep in my shoulders like I wanted” Jerica D. reviewed on mytime.com
10 W 100th S Salt Lake City, UT 84101
SpaDAY was formed by a collaboration of highly talented and gifted people. “They wanted to invoke the concept of simple, yet sophisticated treatments in an atmosphere that would reflect that. The results were exciting.” says Pauliina Greaves, Owner, and Master Esthetician of spaDAY.
“It was an amazing massage and super relaxing. I had the Transcend Joy package and it was totally worth it. The facial was the best I’ve had and Jessica was a fantastic therapist who really knew her stuff! Highly recommend!!” Shen W. reviewed on yelp.com
9. Bowen Therapeutic Bodywork
619 S 600 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Bowen Therapeutic Bodywork (BTB) started in 1997 by professional massage therapist Michael Bowen to provide in-house therapy to individuals and on-site chair massage services to the corporate and professional market. It has been in operation nationwide, from the east coast, in both Vermont and New York, to Utah’s great Wasatch front bringing massage services to private homes, conventions, tradeshows, holiday celebrations, and a variety of work settings. Their downtown Salt Lake City location is now the heart of an ever expanding space dedicated to inspiring self care with massage, bulk herbs, Green Drink blends and movement classes.
“This place was great!! While it isn’t the fanciest place in the world, I wouldn’t hesitate to send friends and family here. And if you get Bonnie as your masseuse, consider yourself very, very lucky!! Such a thorough, relaxing massage and for a crazy good price.” Shelbey N. reviewed in yelp