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Spa owner touts massage

MEEKER — People who indulge themselves to regular massage therapy treatments swear that the service is worth the time and money.

Sore and tight muscles, tension headaches, back aches and stress are some of the reasons people are seeking out a pair strong hands.

But Rio Blanco County residents don’t have to drive out of the county to discover the health benefits of massage therapy.

The White River Body Spa offers massage treatments in a relaxing and private environment. Spa owner Donna Gutierrez said her goal is to help clients feel better and realize the healing benefits of massage.

“It is amazing how much it can relieve stress, tension, tight and sore muscles,” Gutierrez said. “Medical professionals often prescribe massage therapy for their patients.”

Gutierrez said the spa takes medical referrals and bills insurance companies. She also said the spa is open to men.

“Our clientele is about 50 percent men,” she said.

The spa is a year-round facility that specializes in massage, facials, manicures, and pedicures. It is also the only private state-certified school specifically for massage therapists, estheticians and manicurists in the region.

The spa carries health and beauty aid and supplies. It also offers gift certificates.

“A service here would be an ideal gift for those on your Christmas list that have everything or are just hard to buy for,” she said.

The spa is at 178 Main Street in Meeker. For more about the services or classes, call 878-0700.

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