Raleigh Massage


Our Raleigh Spa

Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina, boasts a rich tapestry of culture, history, and modern amenities, among which is a thriving wellness industry. Residents and visitors alike can find an array of massage therapy options in the city, ranging from luxurious spa experiences in upscale settings to specialized clinics offering therapeutic and sports massages. The presence of numerous certified and skilled therapists ensures that whether one is looking to alleviate chronic pain, reduce stress, or simply indulge in relaxation, there’s a suitable option available.

In addition to traditional Swedish and deep tissue techniques, many establishments in Raleigh offer unique modalities like hot stone, Shiatsu, reflexology, and even prenatal massages. As the city continues to grow and attract diverse populations, the demand for holistic health and relaxation services also sees an upward trend. Locals often find that a session of massage therapy is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of city life, while tourists can take a break from their explorations to rejuvenate their bodies and minds. With its blend of contemporary and traditional offerings, Raleigh stands out as a prime destination for those seeking top-notch massage services.

We love our Small, beautiful and cozy Salem wood Spa. This is the birth place of our Raleigh Massage Spas, we have been hosted many of our perfect Clients in Raleigh, Cary, Clayton, Knightdale, and Morrisville. Very great and highly experienced therapists are helping our clients in this Spa. We have been honored to bring relaxation and great massage to many of our clients in this Spa since November 2016.  

804 Salem Woods Dr. Suite 204

Salem Woods Spa

804 Salem woods Dr. Suite 204

Raleigh, NC 27615

located at the corner of Strickland and Falls of Neuse, by the post office.

This Spa is a beautiful second floor Spa that is the host of many Raleigh massage clients.

This cozy Small Spa is 500 SQ. FT. including 2 treatment rooms, a bathroom, and a waiting area one of the treatment rooms is giving chance to couples to experience a couples massage.

We have numbers of great and experienced  massage therapists at this Spa they provide Swedish Massage, deep tissue massage, therapeutic massage, Couples massage, Hot Stone Massage, Sugar foot treatment, Prenatal Massage.


MON 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
TUE 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
WED 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
THU 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
FRI 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SAT 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SUN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

FAQ about Massage in Raleigh

Raleigh has a variety of massage therapists and spas that offer various types of massages including Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, sports, Thai, prenatal, and reflexology, among others.

Yes, Raleigh boasts several highly-rated massage therapists and spas. While the best is subjective and based on individual preferences, it’s recommended to check online reviews or ask locals for recommendations.

The cost varies depending on the type, duration, and location of the massage. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from $60 to $150 for an hour-long massage. Some luxury spas may charge more.

While some places might accept walk-ins, it’s generally recommended to make an appointment to ensure availability and reduce wait time.

Yes, tipping is customary in Raleigh. A typical tip ranges from 15% to 20% of the total bill, though you’re welcome to tip more for exceptional service.

Yes, in North Carolina, massage therapists are required to be licensed. They must complete a specified amount of training and pass a state exam to practice.

Many places in Raleigh offer prenatal massages specifically tailored for expecting mothers. However, it’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor before getting a massage during pregnancy.

Absolutely! Massage can help reduce stress, improve circulation, relieve muscle tension, promote relaxation, and contribute to overall well-being. Some people also get massages for specific health issues like migraines, chronic pain, or sports injuries.

It’s a good idea to arrive a little early, wear comfortable clothing, and communicate any specific needs or concerns to your therapist. Make sure to hydrate before and after your session.

Yes, certain conditions like recent surgeries, contagious skin conditions, acute injuries, or certain medical conditions may be contraindications for massage. Always discuss any health concerns with your massage therapist and consult with a doctor if unsure.