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October Special


$25 - 60 minute Pumpkin Spice Treatment (Pumkin Spice oil can be optional)

Pumpkin Spice EVERYTHING! Enjoy a 60 minute massage with nourishing Pumpkin spice oil that will leave you relaxed, and your skin feeling soft and yummy!



Then customize it with add-ons!  Want Hot Stone? $20 extra. Want a lavander foot soak? $15 extra. 

Check out the other Add-ons when you schedule on line!

Click here to purchase then come back to this site to schedule.


Annual Yearly Discounted Packages Almost Gone!

Only 3 THREE yearly packages left!  $1100

52 - 60 minute massage sessions to use or gift.  Sessions can be up to 90 minutes long.

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Cold and Flu Season is here!

I will be ordering:

Thieves infused cough drops (qty 30drops per bag) - $25

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Tea Tree & Peppermint oil - price varies on size.

Breathe Again Rol On oil - $27.00


if you would like me to hold or order these items or others please contact me.

Other immune boosting or cold fighting oils can be found on





                Who Is Kimberly Collins-Davis?

I am a displaced New Yorker.  Born on Long Island NY, moved to Las Vegas in 1994, and moved to Murfreesboro in 2006.  I hold a Associates and Bachelors degree in Psychology as well as my license in Massage Therapy.  I have 3 children; Ronin, 10, Emma, 6, and Lena, 4.


Why Did I Become A Massage Therapist?

I became interested in massage therapy with the birth of my second child.  At 3 months old she had colic.  I bought every type of medicine, and nothing worked.  Tried a infant massage move recommended by a massage therapist, and she was comforted right away.  I thought "Wow.  Put the body a certain way and it heals itself!  Wonder what else the body can do!"  My daughter was born in July 2010.  I was in massage school by January 2011.  I attended Georgia Career Institute in Murfreesboro, Tn.  While in school I was relieved of sciatic pain, from my 1st pregnancy, and TMJ pain that I was enduring from the stress of school.




When Did I Become A Massage Therapist?

January 2012 I recieved my massage license and promised myself that I would make massage affordable.  There is no reason why people should be in any sort of pain.  Bad posture, usually a occupational hazard, causes pain and stress on the body.  Massage therapy helps to return the body to its rightful posture.  

Prevention is the KEY! Do not wait for the pain to be too much for you to bear.  It is recommended to receive a massage every 2 weeks to a month.


 Why do I offer discounts & trades?

I chose this profession to help people.  This is my #1 goal.  At the same time I do need to support my family, etc.  So I offer different ways clients can "pay" me.  Help keeping my business running means more people I can help.