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Celebrate National Relaxation Day (August 15) at Able Body Spa in Scotch Plains


SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – There aren’t many days in the year that are designated for just kicking back, but this Saturday, August 15 is the observance of National Relaxation Day, a day for rejuvenating your body.

Able Body Spa (405 Park Ave.), a full-service spa in downtown Scotch Plains offering relaxing treatments from massages and facials to state-of-the-art skin care therapy, is celebrating the day with 10% off its services.

“In the hustle and bustle of our busy schedules, we rarely take the time to unwind and relieve the high-levels of stress,” explained Ruth Wolinsky, owner of Able Body Spa. “National Relaxation Day is the perfect excuse to break away from the hectic schedules that we live and take time to care for ourselves.”

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In addition to the relaxing signature massages offered, which include Swedish, Hot Volcano Stone, Prenatal and Sport Deep tissue, Able Body Spa offers popular specialty services that you won’t find at many spas including:

  • Detox Body Wrap
  • Cellulite and Fat Reduction
  • Hot Seaweed Body Wrap
  • Slimming Tummy Mask
  • And much more

“Our services are customized to the client’s need; that is what makes us stand out from the rest,” suggested Wolinsky, who has worked as a licensed massage therapist and esthetician for more than 15 years.

For more information on Able Body Spa, click here. Set up an appointment by calling (908) 288-7800.

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