St. Petersburg, FL - Massage Studio has reopened both of their independent, locally-owned locations in South Tampa and Downtown St. Petersburg with upgraded safety protocols to protect guests and staff. The new protocols for safe and hygienic guest care can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2Cfa8ld.
While Massage Studio’s locations were closed in April, the company gave its members the option to donate their monthly massages to healthcare workers at St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa, and St. Anthony’s Hospital, St. Petersburg. All member-donated massages were then matched one-for-one by owner Veronica Swiatek.
“We gave our members the option to keep their membership active as normal, suspend it temporarily, or donate their April monthly massage to a healthcare worker. We were awestruck by the number of members who chose the last option,” said Swiatek, “so the choice to match the donated massages is our way of thanking healthcare workers for all that they do.”
In addition to increased safety protocols, the company also recently launched their redesigned website, https://www.massagestudiospa.com, with the aim to make the online guest experience as simple, luxurious, and relaxing as the in-studio experience.
“We are committed to providing our guests a quality experience as well as supporting our community who supports small businesses like ours,” added Swiatek, “and we are incredibly grateful for the generosity of our members!”
Massage Studio offers affordable, luxurious massage therapy customized for individual preferences and needs. Massage Studio is a female-owned, small business, open seven days of the week, with two convenient locations in Downtown St Petersburg and South Tampa.