Massage Therapy

for the relief of tension and stress, increased circulation and mobility as well as improved emotional well-being

For centuries, massage and other forms of body work have been accepted health practices in virtually all cultures. The benefits are well known – the relief of tension and stress, increased circulation and improved emotional well-being.  Ask any of our therapists to recommend the type that best suits your needs…

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Best Choice for Relaxation or Stress Reduction …

Swedish Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Swedish

Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Neck, Shoulder & Back

Sabai Stone Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Sabai Stone

Aromatherapy Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Aromatherapy

Misty Rain Shower Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Misty Rain Shower Massage

When you want to share your experience

Couples Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Couple’s

Therapeutic Types of Massage

deep tissue massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Deep Tissue

Integrated Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Integrated

Sports Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Sports

Special Types of Massage

Prenatal Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Prenatal

Thai Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Thai

Foot Reflexology in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Foot Reflexology

Shiro Dhara Massage in Greenville, SC from MG's GRAND Day Spa, voted Best Day Spa of the Upstate

Shiro Dhara

Not sure what type of massage to get?

If you’ve never had a massage or it’s been a while, we suggest that you start with a Classic Swedish massage.  This is the most common form of massage and is great choice if you’re looking to relax or relieve stress.

Complete list of benefits:

  • relaxes muscle contractions, spasms and relieves general body tensions and stress.
  • relaxes muscle contractions, spasms and relieves general body tensions and stress.
  • dilates the blood vessels, thus improving the circulation.
  • acts as a mechanical cleanser pushing along lymphatic fluids and hastening the elimination of wastes and toxic debris.
  • increases the blood supply and nutrition to muscles without adding to their load of toxic lactic acid, produced through voluntary muscle contraction. Massage thus helps to overcome harmful fatigue products resulting from strenuous exercise or injury.
  • improves muscle tone and helps prevent or delay muscular atrophy resulting from forced inactivity.
  • can compensate, at least in part, for lack of exercise and muscular contraction in persons who because of injury, illness or age are forced to remain inactive. In these cases, massage helps return venous blood to the heart and so eases the strain on this vital organ.
  • may have a sedative, stimulating or even exhausting effect on the nervous system depending on the type and length of massage treatment given
  • separates muscle fibers, undoing or preventing the formation of adhesions and trigger points.
  • improves the general circulation and nutrition of tissues. It is accompanied or followed by an increased interchange of substances between the blood and tissue cells heightening tissue metabolism.
  • increases the excretion (via the kidneys) of fluids and nitrogen, inorganic phosphorous and salt in normal healthy individuals.
  • encourages the retention of nitrogen, phosphorous and sulfur necessary for tissue repair in persons convalescing from bone fractures.
  • stretches connective tissues, improves its circulation and nutrition and so breaks down or prevents the formation of adhesions and reduces the danger or fibrosis.
  • improves the circulation and nutrition of joints and hastens the elimination of harmful particles. It helps lessen inflammation and swelling in joints and so alleviates pain.
  • disperses the edema following injury to ligaments and tendons, decreases pain and