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To protect our staff, clients and community while helping slow the spread of COVID-19, A to Zen Massage is taking an extended “Thanksgiving Break.” We plan reopen December 10th if numbers in our area indicate it is wise to do so.
A to Zen Massage is committed to creating a positive environment of love, health and wellness. We are following CDC recommendations by adding extra precautions for clients and staff to help combat the Corona Virus.
Free guided meditations for relaxation, stress relief, and boosting your immune system from A to Zen Massage, Greensboro, NC. 336.334.0044
Silvia Durango, LMBT (NC LMBT #14415) has joined A to Zen Massage. She graduated from Body Therapy Institute in 2014 and chose massage therapy as a career because she has always enjoyed helping others. Silvia is taking new clients and is available for appointments Thursday through Monday.
Mary Stewart (NC LMBT# 17852) graduated from Kneaded Energy School of Massage in Greensboro in 2018. Mary also has a BS in Early Childhood Education and an MEd in Reading Education from the University of Central Florida. She grew up in Naples, Florida and called the...
At A to Zen, we are doing everything possible to maintain a safe and positive environment for both clients and employees. As a part of that, we’ve outlined several ways A to Zen is different from larger spas and chains to assure all clients that you are in good hands at our spa:
A to Zen Massage wants you to be safe in winter weather. In large part, our decision to be open or closed rests with the staff members who are scheduled. If they feel comfortable driving to A to Zen and wish to work, it is their choice to do so. If not, we give them complete freedom to decide to stay home and will not penalize you for making the same choice.
The team at A to Zen is deeply grateful you have found A to Zen and that you choose to make it a part of your world. Come see us again soon!
A to Zen recently launched the FIRST RESPONDERS’ MASSAGE PROGRAM. The program provides reduced pricing to local police/law enforcement, fire, and EMS professionals as well as those who support them in the workplace. The program is offering First Responders 20% off...
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