Relax, LLC Massage Therapy - Relax and Enjoy
Relax and enjoy.
Relax, LLC Massage Therapy, owned and operated by Teresa Meagher, has been open for about five months, and clients are loving the experience.
The mission of the business is “to provide affordable and professional therapeutic massage therapy services in a caring and comfortable atmosphere to enhance the client's overall massage therapy experience!”
Relax, LLC Massage Therapy offers specialty services, including warm Bamboo Fusion and Hot Stone massage, along with top-notch equipment like a custom tilt table with a table warmer, quality table linens, Biotone creams, oils, and lotions, and DoTerra and Young Living essential oils.
“For me, there is no greater satisfaction than working in a profession where I can contribute to the health and wellness goals of others,” said Meagher, who is a SC Licensed Massage/Bodywork Therapist. “Whether clients need relaxation or therapeutic massage therapy services, my work provides a unique privilege - at the end of the day, I feel like I have made a dramatic difference in their lives by helping them work through chronic pain, or by simply helping them to release the stress and tension from daily life! I am a very detail-oriented massage therapist and absolutely love what I do!”
Meagher, a retired Army Veteran, moved to Lexington with her family in 2003 when she was stationed at Fort Jackson. Since retiring from the Army in 2006 after 22 years of service, she has worked as a government contractor on Fort Jackson.
She is now the sole proprietor of her home-based massage therapy business, offering a “thanks for what you do” 25% discount on all massage therapy services to the following professionals: Military (active and retired), teachers, and first responders.
Meagher’s future plans include eventually working at home full-time as a massage therapist and offering full-time mobile massage therapy services as well.
“My goal is to provide a first-class massage therapy experience in a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere,” said Meagher, who is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. “I am also interested in partnering with Chamber businesses to offer chair massage events to their employees.”