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Massage therapy is one of the oldest methods of pain relief in the world. Massage has been proven to reduce muscle pain, frequency of headaches, improve quality of sleep and improve mood (along with many other benefits!).
How am I different from other
Licensed Massage Therapists?
I specialize in deep tissue therapeutic massage. This is useful for specific muscular and skeletal problems, in improving flexibility for all levels of athletes, and for simple everyday relaxation. I believe very deeply in the therapeutic benefits of massage therapy. I think every client who comes through my office door deserves to feel better when walking out, so I strive to discover the stressors in each individual in order to facilitate the body's self-healing mechanisms.

I believe this differentiates me from other spas and massage therapists in the area. Spas and wellness clinics may try to relax tissue and make you feel calmer, while I believe in the ability of massage therapy to solve specific problems. I emphasize the "therapy" in the name of my profession; this has lead me to extensive training in many different methods of pain relief and treatment. I firmly believe that your body will feel differently when your session is over, no matter the physical issue you were experiencing when you arrived.

I invite you to begin to discover the benefits of massage therapy for yourself.
Special Introductory Offer: First time clients may recieve a 60 minute session for the one-time discounted rate of $70!

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Healthy Recipe: Red Curry Soba Noodles with Pears and Carrots
I'll admit it: I developed this recipe purely because I bought a 5 pound bag of pears on sale and didn't know what to do with all of them. But, pears (and fruit in general) are big in Asian dishes, usually with spice and vinegar, as I've used here. Conveniently, this dish can be served hot or cold, which makes it a great make-ahead party or weeknight option. The ume (pronounced oo-may) plum vinegar has no substitute that I know of, but it's widely available in better grocery stores.

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Summer 2014
Are we really halfway through the summer already? It's flying by far too fast for me. Have you gotten a massage yet this summer? Believe me, a massage followed by a cool glass of water at the beach is the best way to spend a day. Why not book your session now?
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Diana Remaley Massage Therapy in Westport, CT

Monthly Special - December

Double Specials!

45 Minute Lymphatic Drainage - Only $50!


A 60 Minute Session Gift Certificate for only $80 (Save $15!)

I couldn't decide which special to offer this month - so I'm offering two! A 45 minute lymphatic drainage session will kick start your body's defenses for winter - at only $50, you save over $20! AND, my most popular monthly special, a 60 minute gift certificate at a $15 discount, just in time for gift-giving season! Buy a 60 minute session for only $80 today for the special people in your life, or for yourself!

Office Hours
(Please note that hours are by appointment only
Monday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

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