Durham, NC LGBTQ & BIPOC-Friendly Spa: Ashiatsu & Thai Massage Therapy Announced
Following the announcement, customers will be able to receive Auroraflow’s featured TMJ massages, along with updated reflexology treatments, Ashiatsu, Thai, and sports massages, and more. The spa also offers body-affirming hair removal, beard facials, and other skin care treatments.
For more information, please visit https://www.auroraflow.com/
Auroraflow’s newest updates reflect a growing movement towards inclusive spaces for marginalized groups. With certified massage therapists and licensed estheticians on their team, the company aims to make spa therapy more accessible to minorities, with a special focus on the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities.
Their featured TMJ massage is intended for clients suffering from tight jaws, a painful condition that arises when the temporomandibular joint is stressed or injured. Auroraflow’s treatment can rectify potential difficulties eating, talking, and breathing by relieving tension in the jaw, face, neck, and shoulders. The massage can also reduce the incidence of headaches and migraines and alleviate other symptoms of TMJ disorders, such as popping jaws.
Auroraflow also offers reflexology for people who spend the majority of the day on their feet. This is a therapeutic massage that improves circulation and mobility, and relieves discomfort in the feet, knees, and lower back. This treatment also has the potential to improve sleep and reduce stress levels.
For more generalized care, Auroraflow’s customers can opt for Ashiatsu massages, where massage therapists use their feet to deliver targeted deep tissue pressure into the client’s back. Because this unique technique releases tension in the muscles, it can promote flexibility and range of motion. Other such holistic treatments include their Thai massages, which involve the use of assisted yoga poses for passive stretching and can similarly relieve muscle tightness, headaches, and chronic lower back pain.
Auroraflow is a value-driven business that was founded by massage therapist Castle Frame and entrepreneur Lauren McCullough, who are a queer couple themselves. By updating their services, they remain committed to maintaining an inclusive space that all people can turn to for wellness and self-care, regardless of their background.
A satisfied client said: “Probably the best massage experience I’ve ever had. The space is lovely and welcoming, the staff is friendly, and the massage was great. I will definitely be going back.”
Interested parties can learn more by visiting https://www.auroraflow.com/
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