We invite you to come take a breath, slow down and let us rejuvenate you. Each massage is unique to you and your needs using integrative therapeutic techniques by our experienced, licensed massage therapists.

Experience total relaxation while helping to increase circulation and improve muscle soreness and tone. Indulge in our salt cave and boost your experience with a Halo Massage. Explore our many services and schedule your session today.  

30-minute: $65 
60-minute: $95 
90-minute: $125
60-min Couple’s Massage: $180 
90-min Couple’s Massage: $240
+ deep tissue add-on: $20
Massage appointments are a full 60 or 90 minutes in length.  To ensure you receive your full allotted time, and to allow for a relaxed and unhurried experience, please arrive at least 10 minutes early for your appointment.  If late arrival is inevitable, your service(s) may be shortened to keep on schedule.
3-Pk 60-min Massage: $250
($35 savings)
3-Pk 90-min Massage: $350
($50 savings)
5-Pk 60-min Massage: $400
($75 savings)
5-Pk 90-min Massage: $525

Rapid Tension Relief or Essential Oil: $10
Halotherapy Salt Session: $20
+ Receive a massage in our salt room with a halotherapy session included in this add-on

❗To ensure salt room availability, reservations for Halo Couple’s Massage must be made by calling 727-425-8293

Memberships are a great way to save money! 



What should I wear during my massage treatment?

The most important thing is that you are comfortable. Some people prefer to wear loose-fitting clothing, some wear only underwear and others prefer to be nude under the sheets and blanket. In all cases, clients are covered with a sheet and blanket during the treatment session, and the only area uncovered at any time is the area being worked on.


Yes! We love our moms-to-be!
Massage therapy during and after pregnancy has been shown to provide many benefits, including a sense of wellness, improved relaxation, and better sleep. Postnatal, massage can help with womb recovery.

The recommended period to get prenatal massages is after 28 weeks of pregnancy and the latest by 2 weeks before your estimated delivery date.

If you had a C-Section, we recommend you wait at least 21 days before getting a massage. That said, every mother’s recovery progress is unique. So be sure to get the green light from your doctor.

If you gave birth through vaginal delivery, you can get a postnatal massage any time, 5 days from your delivery date.

We always recommend getting the okay from your doctor if you are unsure.


While there may be some discomfort when tight or tense muscles are massaged, it should be minimal with a primary focus on relaxation. If you feel yourself tightening up or feeling discomfort for more than a moment, please tell your massage therapist so they can adjust the pressure.

Slight soreness 24-48 hours post-massage is common and normal. We’ll work together during your session to make sure there is no additional undo soreness.

What if I have to use the bathroom in the middle of the massage?

Please tell your therapist if you need a break. You will be offered a robe, and your therapist will leave the room, so you may get up and use the restroom.  When you are ready, your therapist will resume the massage.

I am under 18, can I still get a massage?

Yes! Infant and child massage is a growing field in this industry!  All minors will be required to have a parent or guardian sign a release form, and those under the age of 16 will be required to have a parent or guardian sit in the therapy room during the massage.  Pediatric clients find great relief from the aches and pains of sports, activities, and growth spurts.

Am I supposed to talk during my massage? What if I just want to relax?

People relax in different ways. Some prefer to talk during the entire massage, while others want quiet.  It is completely up to you. Your therapist will ask you about the pressure being used and if you are warm enough, or if a certain area feels tender, but if you do not want to carry on a conversation, you do not have to. You may be direct with your therapist, saying something like, “I don’t like to talk during my massage,” or just simply quiet down and your therapist should follow your lead.  Again, this is about you enjoying your massage, and you may do that in silence if you prefer.

I booked a 60-Minute massage. How does timing work?

We recommend you arrive at least 10 minutes before your appointment. If it is your first time, you will need to fill out an intake form, so please allow additional time for that. You are able to save some time by filling out the form through our website prior to your visit.

Your massage time starts once the therapist begins the massage. If you arrive late for your appointment, your massage time will be adjusted, and you may not get the full scheduled time.  While we will make every effort to give you your full session, we have to maintain our scheduled times in order to treat all our clients in a timely fashion.


  1. Please no perfumes, scented lotions, or smoking when coming in. We strive to be as fragrance-free as possible here at Salt Essentials Wellness.
  2. Please turn off your phone. Even a vibration is often noticeable in a quiet room.
  3. Please answer your intake form honestly. This form will ask you questions about your health and is aimed at understanding your suitability for massage therapy and all the techniques we offer.
  4. Please arrive for your session 10-15 minutes before your scheduled time.
  5. Inform us if you have a spray tan or body makeup on so that we can use non-staining sheets during your treatment.
  6. Lockers are provided for any personal items you do not wish to take into the massage room.
  7. We request that you remove your shoes or ask for shoe covers before going into the salt room.
  8. Never make jokes or comments of a sexual nature to your therapist. Their sense of decorum may be dramatically different than yours and misunderstandings after incidents of this nature can be difficult to rectify. We take the safety of our therapists and clients very seriously. 
  9. You must cover all open skin (cuts, warts, etc) with a bandaid and bring it to the therapist’s attention prior to your massage.
  10. Do not consume alcoholic beverages, narcotic pain-killers, or relaxants prior to your massage.

We had a Halo couple massage. Frannie and Wendy were exceptional!

- Luz R.
(Google Review)
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