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r By Katrina LongrSummit Spa & Float in Spanish Fork was just voted as April Business of the Month for the Spanish Fork Salem Chamber of Commerce and named as the #3 Day Spa in Utah County in the Daily Herald’s annual Best Of Utah Valley contest.

Summit Spa & Float is recognized for providing high-quality services from an experienced staff. “Typically, I have to go to New York or to the West Coast or to a high-end resort to get this kind of quality massage.” says Rich Christiansen, a frequent client.

Owners Sam Butler and Katrina Long are both Massage Therapists themselves and together have a combined 40 years in the industry. When asked about what made them decide to open a spa here Long said, “There really isn’t anything around South Utah County that offered what we have here at Summit Spa & Float.

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We wanted to create a getaway experience right here in Spanish Fork. We have so many talented technicians here in the valley, people from Juab County to Springville have been driving to north Utah County for both work and treatments of this caliber. Additionally, the Float Pods are really unique, to be able to have a therapy we can offer to our clients that can give relief from depression, PTSD, muscles soreness and joint pain gives us so much satisfaction.”

Summit Spa & Float has a re-occurring FREE FLOAT DAY for First Responders, Military and Veterans every second Thursday of the month, those wishing to float that day only need to show a military or work ID to be able to float for free that day, please call ahead for an appointment. Summit Spa & Float is open Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m. – 10 p.m., appointments may be made online at www.summitspafloat.com or by calling 801-798-8750.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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