Massage therapy is an integral part of many people’s self-care routine. Not only has regular massage proven to decrease stress levels, but also provides relief to people with chronic pain or illnesses. This is what inspired Angel Holley to become a Licensed Massage Therapist 12 years ago.
Holley began her career at a small day spa named Day Spa by Lambert, off Wesley street in 2007. She built her clientele and the foundation on which her business would emerge from almost seven years later. In 2014, the opportunity arose for her to purchase the business and make it her own, thus creating what Angels Day Spa is today.
Shortly after she became the proud owner of the spa, she moved locations to a suite off Traders Road, where she remained for two-and-a-half years. She then relocated to her current establishment off Wesley Street, right across the parking lot from Ernie’s Barbeque Pit.
Her passion for helping people and the ability to make them feel better is why her spa stands out amongst the rest in the Greenville area.
“I genuinely enjoy what I do,” she said. “It’s fulfilling to be able to provide an environment for the people of this community to destress and unwind after a busy day, as well as resolve issues such as pain or muscle tension. I cherish the relationships I have built and appreciate each of my clients, current and future alike. Local businesses thrive because of generous people like you.”
Although the spa is named after her, she doesn’t do this alone. Licensed Massage Therapist Amanda Christian works alongside Holley to help serve the community.
Massage may be the main event, but you can find several other services such as ionic foot detox treatments, facials and various spa packages.
“If I could say one thing to all my clients, it would be to invest in yourself,” she said. “It is easy to get caught up in caring for other people and tasks, we forget to set aside time to enjoy and take care of our bodies and minds”.
Angel’s Day Spa is definitely among the many local gems we have here in Greenville.
You can schedule appointments by calling or texting 903-455-9988 or stop by and schedule an appointment at 8801 Wesley Street, Suite C, in Greenville.