The Massage Advantage Announces Holiday Specials

The Massage Advantage

The Massage Advantage Announces Holiday Specials
Give the gift of rejuvenation and relaxation this season 


Glen Alex, owner of The Massage Advantage (TMA) and Certified Licensed Massage Therapist, is offering unbeatable savings this holiday season.

Share the gift of relaxation and pamper yourself, or a loved one this season with The Massage Advantage’s special package offer. Try a free aromatherapy add-on with a one-hour massage for just $60, which is a $25 discount, or for the athletes in your life, try The Massage Advantage’s most popular product, *Biofreeze. This product is suited for anyone who is physically active and is looking for relief from sore muscles, aches and pains. Biofreeze is the perfect stocking stuffer at just $12 each or two for $20. For easy application, Biofreeze is available in a spray or roll-on version.

Gift certificates for The Massage Advantage also serve as the perfect treat for that special someone or yourself and can be purchased by calling 702. 807.7349 or by ordering online at Let the “best hands in the business” melt away your holiday stress and rejuvenate your body for the new year.

* Both special offers expire December 23, 2013; Biofreeze while supplies last.


The Massage Advantage (TMA) provides more than just massage therapy, Glen Alex’s training and intuitive understanding of the body allow her to provide individualized and highly skilled treatments for clients. Glen Alex is the owner of The Massage Advantage (TMA) and is a certified and licensed massage therapist, a Kinesio Taping® Practitioner, and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Alex attended the University of Houston where she received her Masters of Social Work. She then graduated from Dahan Institute of Massage Studies.  Alex’s goal as a massage therapist is to facilitate the body’s inherent ability to repair, relax, and rejuvenate itself. TMA’s niche is sports with a therapeutic slant. Alex has worked with many professional athletes including tennis players, boxers, wrestlers, and basketball players. Her experiences also extend to working with recreational athletes who participate in a variety of sports and physical activities.  For more information, please visit

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