Melt Massage + Body opens new location on Bainbridge Island

Urban Renaissance Group recently announced the grand opening of Melt Massage + Body at the 901 Hildebrand Building on Bainbridge Island.

Located near the north end of Ericksen Avenue NE, the new 1,000-square foot space for Melt Massage + Body will provide “the most advanced techniques in massage therapy to relieve tension, relax the body and rejuvenate the mind,” officials said.

“We’re thrilled that Melt will bring additional quality wellness services to the Bainbridge Island community,” said Shawn Jackson, Urban Renaissance Group Regional General Manager, Seattle region.

“My family has lived on the island for many years and we have several URG team members who are also islanders – this puts URG in the unique position to understand what services Island residents truly want and need. We believe Melt will be a great fit for this location and the community.”

Owned by experienced and licensed massage practitioner Calli Jo Sawyer, Melt Massage + Body is dedicated to providing an unforgettable spa experience in a relaxing and sophisticated environment, she added.

In their new retail location, designed by Bainbridge Island-based Wenzlau Architects, Melt Massage + Body will offer massage therapy services, including traditional Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone and pre-natal massage, along with reflexology, facials and waxing services.

Visit www.meltbainbridge.com to learn more.

Founded in 2006, Urban Renaissance Group is a full-service commercial real estate company. Their headquarters is in Seattle and the company operates in Portland and Denver, as well, with many team members hailing from or residing on Bainbridge Island.

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