Solana Beach, Carmel Valley Massage Envy helps achieve New Year’s resolutions for overall well being

The New Year always brings a personal list of resolutions with it. Instead of focusing on fitness, diet and nutrition, everyone should consider their overall well-being beyond just the traditional by exploring the benefits of massage. Unlock a more healthy, energetic, and stress free lifestyle with Massage Envy in 2013. Massage therapy is more than relaxing “me-time.” The on-going benefits of professional massage therapy can have a profound effect on both the body and mind. Massage therapy can help relieve stress, it encourages relaxation, improves posture, circulation, flexibility and range of motion, lowers blood pressure, strengthens the immune system, aids in rehabilitation after surgery and injury and is the first step for the new you in the new year.

The Massage Envy team is committed to helping guests live healthier lifestyle by customizing each massage to eachguest. Open weeknights and weekends to accommodate your busy schedule. Locations include: •Carmel Valley — 11130 East Ocean Air Drive, San Diego, CA 92130; (858) 259-3689.•Solana Beach – 665 San Rodolfo Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075; (858) 259-5585. Visit www.massageenvy.com.

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