The Edmond Sun


December 20, 2013

Royal Oak Massage and Spa: Give the gift of relaxation

EDMOND — Still one gift short or just starting the Christmas shopping marathon? Perhaps the hustle and bustle of the holiday season has left you frazzled and it is time for you to be pampered.

Whether giving the gift to yourself or someone else or receiving the gift of relaxation, Royal Oak Massage and Spa has the answer for all of the above.

Offering elegant surroundings, Swarovski crystal chandeliers, marble columns, hand-woven Oriental carpets and Belgium wall tapestries set a luxurious atmosphere. Throughout the spa hand-painted silk framed art by a local artist greets clients throughout the area. Not only does Royal Oak offer massages for relaxation but it also offers facials for anti-aging, skin purification and protecting cell health.

In business for two years, the Edmond spa offers Swedish, deep tissue, chair, reflexology, sports, Thai, prenatal and infant massages along with hot stone and cold stone and Infrared Sauna therapy.

Infrared sauna therapy not only provides relaxation, but also other benefits including detoxification, weight loss, pain relief and lowering blood pressure.

Germaine de Capuccini facials, PCA facials and PCA chemical peels, waxing, paraffin wax, lash tinting and lash perming as well as mani’s and pedi’s are also offered in a luxurious atmosphere.

“Our aestheticians and therapists are certified, licensed and hand selected in order to give our clients a tailored pampering session in luxurious style,” said owner Lisa Kennedy.

In celebration of the holidays, Royal Oaks Massage and Spa is running a December special.

“When a customer purchases three gift certificates they get the fourth one of equal value free,” Kennedy said. “The introductory rates for the first 55-minute massage is $50 and the first PCA Hydrate Facial is $50.”

Gift certificates can be purchased for any service or amount.

Walk-in and month-to-month membership rates are available with membership offering savings on massages and the flexibility of purchasing additional massages or gift cards at a lower member rate. Membership also offers exclusive savings on hot stone therapy and infrared sauna treatments.

Month-to-month facial memberships recently have been added.

Military discounts also are available in recognition and support of those serving or family members of those serving. They receive 25 percent off or $5 off membership rates. Service perks also include a free facial with a purchase of five facials and a free 45-, 80- or 110-minute massage with purchase of five massages of equal value.

Bridal packages also are available including complimentary infrared sauna time.

“You can simply go online at and click Gift Certificates and pay online,” Kennedy said.

Gift certificates may be mailed to the purchaser or to the recipient or held at Royal Oak for convenient pick up. Or call 285-5868 or stop by to purchase gift certificates.

FOR MORE information, go to Call for an appointment at 285-5868 or walk-in to 1201 N.W. 178th St. in Edmond (at the northwest corner of Edmond Road and Western).


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