Congratulations to Chanel A.!

"Massage, the gift that keeps on giving" January 2015 recipient.

You've Asked For It, Now You Have It!

"Now, is the time for you to take time for yourself.  Enjoy the relaxing and refreshing sense of well-being that comes with the right spa treatments for you."


Come and indulge in the unbelievable, ultimate Exhale Spa Escapes experience.  Our massage therapy and spa services are provided in a residential studio.  The environment has been transformed into a serene paradise.  The atmosphere is of soft music, candle lights, and sweet smells.  You can get-a-way to a place with the comforts of home or partake in the same pleasures in the privacy of your own home.  We also provided out-call experiences for some of our services.


Indulge in any of the following treatments:


  • Integrated Massage
  • Salt Massage
  • Heated Stone Massage
  • Hand Scrub
  • Foot Bath
  • Paraffin Treatments
  • Mediation/ Relaxation Session
  • Yoga Session
  • Aromatherapy and more...


Treat yourself, your friends or family. Exhale Spa Escapes gift certificates are available!


Call today for an appointment!


At Exhale Spa Escapes we strive to meet our clients' every expectation, in hopes of exceeding it.  We value professional high quality service and standards.

Contact us  at 901.754.1153 or readytoexhale@exhalespaescapes.com to schedule your appointment.

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Posted by on Sep 1, 2012 in Reflections, Uncategorized | 0 comments

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