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Did you know you can use your FLEX spending "pre-tax" dollars or HSA for massage? We are glad to help show you how. It's simple - just relax and save money!Massage for all Occasions
If you asked ten people to describe the ideal massage, you would very likely get ten answers. Give us a call and describe your ideal massage. We will match you up with a therapist that's right for you. Then, just relax and put your body and mind at ease.Meet our Therapists
Meet Michael: After graduating from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2013, Michael began his massage therapy career and joined our team in 2015. He specializes in Swedish massage and Deep Tissue, along with a variety of Asian Bodywork modalities including, Acupressure and Chinese Tui Na. Meet our Therapists
Meet Richard: After graduating from Everest Institute in 2013, Richard worked at a chiropractic clinic before starting his career with Massage Envy- Vadnais Heights in 2016. He specializes in deep tissue Swedish massage, Trigger Point therapy, and energy work. Meet our Therapists
Meet Darin: He graduated from CenterPoint Massage & Shiatsu Therapy Clinic in 2015, and started here at Massage Envy- Vadnais Heights shortly after. Darin specializes in Swedish massage, Trigger Point therapy, Shiatsu, and Thai massage. Meet our Therapists
Meet Bobby: Bobby graduated from the Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork in 2005, and has over 10 years of experience. His specialties are Deep Tissue, Swedish, Myofascial Release therapy, and Trigger Point therapy. Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8!
From April 15 – May 8, you’ll receive a free 30-minute upgrade AND a free Enhanced Therapy when you purchase $125 in gift cards. That’s a savings of up to $33! See location for details. ROAD CONSTRUCTION
Please keep in mind that you may encounter difficulty getting into the area during construction, and give yourself an extra 10 minutes to get to your appointment on time. Coming from the south, take the next exit on 35E and turn around back on the highway going south again to take the exit to County Road E from the opposite direction.