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New Massage Therapists Join The Spa at Willow Pond Staff

Two new massage therapists have joined the team at The Spa at Willow Pond, in Sinking Spring. Tina specializes in lymphatic massage and massage with hot lava shells. Justin, whose specialty area is medical massage, worked at The Spa at the Hotel Hershey and with sports teams. Both graduated from The Baltimore School of Massage, in Baltimore, Maryland. Massage services also include hot stone, pregnancy, infant, myofascial, cranial sacral, sports, Swedish, therapeutic and oncology.

The Spa at Willow Pond’s menu of services is comprised of other treatments as well: four types of herbal body wraps; microneedling; Le Fleur anti-aging facials; Endermology/GX99 Cellulite Reduction; Alpha Capsule detox; foot detox; liver and organ detox; lymphatic drainage; microdermabrasion; lightwave therapy; cleansing; ultrasound; aromatherapy; ear candling; reiki; and cold laser acupuncture for pain relief, weight loss and smoking cessation.

Nestled at the scenic estate in Sinking Spring, The Spa at Willow Pond gives clients the feeling of elegance and relaxation. “We are excited to have such talented massage therapists join our team. We have been in the spa business for 15 years and pride ourselves on great customer care with unique services available,” shares Gail Lentz, founder and owner. “We invite interested clients to call and talk to our professional staff. They will ensure each customer gets a personalized treatment for the mind, body and soul.”

 Location: 1487 Old Lancaster Pk., Sinking Spring. For more information, call 610-406-5733 or visit TheSpaAtWillowPond.com.

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