Wake up and smell the flowers!

It may not feel like it, but Spring is finally here! Sometimes the Spring season can feel busy with all of the spring cleaning, freshening up the yard and garden, kids diving into the last quarter of the school year, and summer plans beginning to develop. But Spring is also a time to take a breath, soak in the beauty of the budding trees and flowers, and to enjoy the outdoors and more hours of sunshine. Spring represents a new beginning and maybe a renewal of your spirit.

´╗┐Around here we just had a fun spring break with Ethan and his college buddy at home for the week. Cade spent a few days in Florida with his friend watching baseball games and playing in the ocean. And now, it's back to the grind. Ethan has gone back to Western to finish his last 6 weeks of his freshman year. And at home these next few months are going to fly by! Cade is hitting the road to practice his driving skills with his drivers permit. And he made the freshman high school baseball team so we're looking forward to cheering him on over the next few months!

How about a few fun Spring Facts?

  • The term "spring fever" refers to both psychological and physiological symptoms associated with the arrival of spring, including restlessness and daydreaming. While the exact cause is unclear, scientists believe that increased light and more exercise may increase the feel-good hormone levels, causing people to experience energetic feelings.

  • Baby birds learn to sing during the spring. Although they are born with the ability to sing, they must learn the specific songs of their species. They often learn their songs within two months of being born.

  • The fall and spring equinoxes are the only two times during the year when the sun rises due east and sets due west.

Update on Mask Policy

I've had some questions about masks. At this time, I will continue to require masks while you are lying face up on the massage table. I realize we are all ready to throw these masks away for good and hope we can do so soon! Given the length of time we're together, and the close proximity in the massage room, I feel this is the safest option for now. I will update my policy as soon as the CDC updates the policy for healthcare and medical professions. Thank you for your understanding and patience on this issue!

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New Prices as of 3/1/22

30 minute- $60

60 minute- $80

90 minute- $100

Hot Stone Massage- +$10

Infant Massage- $60

I will continue to provide a $5 discount if you reschedule at the time of your service.

Packages available. Please call/email/text or see my website for pricing.

I hope that this email finds you ready to begin this new season of life with good health and much happiness.

Much love,

Bryn Rath, CMT

Tranquil Massage, LLC