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Still Point WELLNESS for Deep Relaxation

Enjoy the benefits of regular deep relaxation at Still Point Wellness, a top-ranked and locally owned spa in Asheville, NC. Choose from a variety of personalized world-class spa services.

Still Point Wellness is a Spa in the truest sense, in the tradition of providing healing waters. The combination of Saltwater Floatation (sensory deprivation), Esalen® Massage, Cranial Sacral Therapy and Somatic (body) Healing practices is unique in Asheville and the world. Come visit us, effortlessly access deep relaxation and re-connect to your body’s wisdom. Experience personalized world class care through a single session or a custom tailored Wellness Plan.

Salt Water Floatation – Drift away into total relaxation as you float effortlessly atop 1500 pounds of Epsom Salt with no light or sound in our state of the art float tank. Esalen®

Massage Created at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA, and led by Bodywork Director/Massage World Hall of Fame inductee, Robin Fann-Costanzo, Esalen Massage, was designed to give the client of sense of deep relaxation and integration of body, mind, and spirit.  Each massage is customized to meet your personal needs in the moment.

Somatic Psychology Experience a gentle and effective way to read the signs and messages that the body is delivering through symptoms.  Resolve trauma and open the body and mind to new possibilities of flow, ease and grace with each session.

Yoga Therapy – Work one-on-one with a certified yoga therapist who can help to identify and help you reach overall wellness goals. Learn to listen to how your body feels and allow yourself to create responses that help to meet your goals. 

Begin your inner adventure today and find your still point.

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