Do you live in the Sacramento area and are looking for the best Sacramento massage available? Look no further than VSSAGE. VSSAGE is owned and operated by Vonda Ricciardi. Vonda is a graduate of the Massage Therapy Institute in Davis California. She graduated in 2001 and has over a decade of experience in professional Sacramento massage.
VSSAGE offers an array of Sacramento massage styles including Western and Eastern styles. People are in need of massages for different reasons. Massages relieve muscle pain and can be a great reducer of stress. Studies have been conducted that show a Sacramento massage can boost your body’s immune system.
When you’re searching for a Sacramento massage, you need to find a great massage therapist who has been properly educated. And you want to be sure that the therapist can provide the right type of massage for the results you’re wanting. It’s important to communicate to the Sacramento massage therapist you’re talking to, and let them know exactly what kind of issues you’re dealing with or what you expect the Sacramento massage to do for you. When it’s time for your massage, make sure you tell the therapist about any areas that are feeling tender, tight or painful. Also, don’t be shy about giving them feedback during your Sacramento massage.
Vonda is passionate about what she does for a living, and feels blessed to be gainfully employed by providing a service that can enhance the mental, physical and emotional well being of her clients. VSSAGE is located in a serene and clean home environment, which provides its clients a private as well as a relaxed and refreshing place to get their Sacramento massage.
Vonda thoroughly enjoys her practice for many reasons. It’s gratifying for her to know that her work can touch people’s lives in a positive way. And often her own life is touched as well by the many “great teachers” who have frequented her Sacramento massage practice.
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