Winston Salem Massage Services

Chronic back pain, muscle strains, joint pain, or even arthritis pain — these are some of the most common ailments people face every day. Over the counter painkillers only treat pain, not the source of it. The relief is temporary, and next thing you know the pain is back. Over time, maybe the pain even gets worse. The solution, for so many in the Winston Salem area, is often found in massage therapy.

The main benefit of massage therapy is relieving muscle tension. So many different types of pain come from tension, often from muscles being overworked.

Facts about massage therapy from a 2014 consumer survey:

  • Over 57% of those that sought massage therapy went on the advice of their doctor.
  • Over 91% said they felt massage therapy was effective for relieving pain and that it was beneficial to their overall health and wellness.
  • 54% visited a massage therapist for chronic pain; 23% for stress-related reasons.

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Helping Relieve Pain and Tension Throughout the Winston Salem Area

Relaxation massages may feel nice, and are a great way to pamper yourself on special occasions. However, the focus at An Angel of Hope is healing. Aside from manual methods of soothing sore tissues, we offer a variety of energy work options to supplement the experience. Our customers typically leave feeling very serene, their pain significantly alleviated, and their stress melted away.

Please take some time to read through the site on the different types of massage services we offer. If you have questions or are interested in scheduling an appointment, give us a call at (336) 416-4456.

Located right in downtown Winston Salem on Chestnut Street.

This provides easy access, even with the recent highway closures and downtown re-routing. Whether you’re coming from Clemmons or Kernersville sides of the city, it’s a straightforward route with ample parking on-site. We’re on the second floor of the building in a private suite just off the elevator.

From the street, you’ll be looking for the building with a parking entrance on the left between the city government building (with the Register of Deeds) and the intersection with 1st Street. There is sidewalk access if you’re walking or riding a bike.