When you want the best therapeutic in home or hotel outcall massage in Alexandria VA, Body Well can’t be topped! We provide mobile massages in Alexandria VA and have some of the area’s best Licensed Massage Therapists on our roster. Whether you’re looking for a massage at home in Alexandria VA, in your hotel room, or even for chair massage at the office, we have the right therapists on call, ready to travel to you!
There are many health and wellness enthusiasts living in Alexandria VA. It’s not hard to find yoga, chiropractic, and yes – massage and spa places all over town. For the budget conscious, some of the less expensive massage clinics or chain shops might be a good option. For those who like to get massages, facials, nails and all of those goodies together – there are plenty of reputable day spas. However for those who really just want a good quality massage, and appreciate the luxury and convenience of having a mobile licensed massage therapist come right to the house or hotel room – Body Well is a great choice!
Offer For Massage Alexandria VA Clients
We offer a $10 discount to first time clients, so in-home massage starts at less than $100 for a full hour (not a 50-minute abbreviated Alexandria spa massage!).
Please take a look around our site, and then give us a call any time with questions, or to book your mobile Alexandria massage therapist!
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Legislative Upate for in-room hotel and in home massage therapy in Alexandria, VA
Up until Saturday October 19th 2013, in-home massage and independent hotel massage visits were essentially not allowed at all in Alexandria. But thanks to our owner Dan Melmed and his advocacy, including his appearance before the Mayor and City Councilon 10/19/13, Alexandria has repealed local regulation of massage therapy in the City, leaving that at the State level where they belong! (Read the report in the Alexandria Times in which Mr. Melmed is quoted and credited with spearheading the effort). Formerly, in order to practice in home massage in Alexandria, VA, a therapist already licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia had to register with the police department’s narcotics/vice division? And to go to a hotel, a therapist had to obtain a local permit AND also be employed/contracted by a city-licensed massage establishment or be working on behalf of the hotel directly. In other words, no independent mobile massage therapists were allowed! Thankfully the Council in its wisdom made the right decision and now we’re good to go!
Special thanks to Alexandria City Councilman Justin Wilson for his support in pushing this item through the agenda.