2020 was quite a year and one we are sure none of us will ever forget. The families and friends of those who lost their lives around the world from Covid-19 are in our prayers. We continue to pray for racial justice as we try to move closer to the ideals stated in our country's founding documents. Because of the wonderful people who visit us, we have been able to help charities and organizations in Massachusetts and beyond. In 2020 those in our Norwell Thai Spa family helped to support Saint Helen's Catholic Church, Norwell, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Annie's Kindness Blankets, The Pine Street Inn, Father Bill's Homeless Shelter, A Place For Ace (rescuing dogs from high kill shelters and placing them in homes), The Boston Rescue Mission, Promises For Purple (supporting families dealing with pancreatic cancer), The Massachusetts Covid-19 Relief Fund, and several other charities. We could not do it without you, and it reflects our belief that the world is one family. We look forward to continuing to fix injuries and promote health with the power of Thai massage in 2021. Don't forget to take hot Epsom Salt baths and stretch regularly.
Most Sincerely, Pie and Chris
Until further notice, we will be open Tuesday through Friday from 11 am to 8 pm, and on Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm. Sincerely, Pie and Chris
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We would like to introduce you to the Thai concept of Sa-Bai Sa-Bai which means to relax, and slow down. It is healthy. You deserve time away from your busy world.Take time for you.
Pie and Chris invite you to sit and relax before and after your massage. At Norwell Thai Spa everyone is KHAWP-KRUA (family). Enjoy some tea with Pie and her therapists as you relax in 'your home' away from home. Relaxing before and/or after your massage is part of the relaxation of the massage experience.