Bella Trio has been a leader in improving the quality of life and helping to make our community beautiful since 2003. In order to continue leading the way in our industry, Bella Trio has created an exciting new concept in the spa experience with only one goal in mind – creating a unique and exceptional encounter for all our clients! Bella Trio offers a superior facility, the best product lines and staff with years of experience.

To guarantee the individual needs of our clients we are now customizing each treatment session. Appointments will be booked by time frame and pricing level rather than specific service. Your session will start with a thorough consultation with your provider to help determine what service options will best meet your needs. Our price levels are determined by the experience and training of the staff provider, as well as how successfully they have met the needs of their clients.

30 Minute Massage Therapy Session – $50 & up

1 hour Massage Therapy Session – $80 & up

1 hour, 30 minute Massage Therapy Session – $110 & up

Become a Preferred Client by purchasing a service package and reap the rewards! When you purchase 5 services in either Massage Therapy or Skin Therapy, your 6th service is free! You will also receive a bonus gift of premium products to try, and while your package is active, you will be eligible to receive 10% off all retail products. it’s our way of saying thank you for your loyalty!

All of our Massage Therapists are licensed by the North Carolina Board of Massage Therapy (NCBMT). Please take a minute to look over the options on the Massage Therapy page so that you are familiar with the various modalities and can discuss them with your Therapist during your customized consultation.

noImageExpress Massage Therapy

The Express massage is a shortened version of the Swedish style, primarily concentrating on the neck, shoulders and back. Other areas are addressed as needed by the client, time allowing.


noImageSwedish Massage Therapy

A Swedish massage is a great “basic” massage. It utilizes long, flowing strokes with firm but gentle pressure. The benefits are increased circulation and blood flow, eased muscle aches and tension, improved flexibility and overall relaxation of mind and body.


noImageTherapeutic Massage Therapy

Who can benefit from Therapeutic massage? Anyone who routinely stretches their physical limits through movement such as running, cycling, hiking, swimming, dancing, tennis and other racquet sports, strength training and aerobics. Therapeutic massage helps the body recover from the stresses of strenuous exercise, and facilitates the rebuilding phase of conditioning. You may also have your own unique trouble spots, perhaps from past injuries. This massage can pay special attention to these areas, monitor them for developing problems and help keep them in good condition. It all adds up to relief from soreness and stiffness, better flexibility and less potential for future injury.


noImageDeep Tissue Massage Therapy

Like the Therapeutic, our Deep Tissue massage is also geared toward the physically active individual. However, as the name implies, the Deep Tissue massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue where chronic injury may lay. When there is chronic muscle tension or injury, there are usually adhesions found in the muscles. This type of massage physically breaks down these adhesions to relieve pain and restore movement. Slower strokes and deep, direct friction across the grain of the muscles are characteristic of this type of massage. Because of this intensity, it is not unusual to experience soreness both during the massage and for a short time after; however, our therapists will always work to your comfort level. It is also very important to drink a lot of water before and after to help flush the toxins released by the massage.

noImageAromassage Massage Therapy

This fabulous massage incorporates aromatherapy using Decleor products to provide you with a moment of pure relaxation from the tips of your toes to the tension points of your scalp. Your therapist’s trained fingers ease, soothe and relax every part of your body, using techniques exclusive to Decleor, combining massage with acupressure. Tensions are soothed away, toxins are eliminated, and your body is filled with new energy. Techniques and massage balms are adapted to your needs and will invigorate and restore you from deep within your being.


Specialty Massage Therapy Services

The services listed below require additional training and certification and are not performed by all providers. When making your appointment, please let the receptionist know if one of these services is what you would like to book.


noImageCouples Massage Therapy

$170 and up

This romantic retreat allows two people to receive their massage together in the same room. Each client has their own table and their own provider.


noImageWarm Stone Massage Therapy

$125 and up

During the span of 90 minutes heated stones are glided and laid upon oiled muscles. The therapist uses traditional strokes of Swedish massage while holding heated stones. As the stones cool, the therapist will replace them. The heat of the stones helps muscles release more quickly than a traditional massage.


noImageReflexology Massage Therapy

$65 and up (45 min)

Reflexology is a complimentary therapy which works on the feet to help balance the person as a whole. The art of reflexology dates back to ancient Egypt, India and China. It was brought to the west in the early 20th century as a “zone therapy”. A visionary by the name of Eunice Ingham observed that tension in any part of the foot was mirrored in the corresponding part of the body. From this observation, she developed the “zone therapy” into what is now known as reflexology. This gentle therapy on the feet encourages the body to work naturally to restore and maintain its own healthy balance. Anyone can benefit from this wonderful therapy! It can bring relief from acute and chronic conditions, while relaxing the mind and body to counteract stress.
Please note: Reflexology may be done on pregnant women as long as the reflex points for labor are avoided. As always, pregnant women should check with their physician before receiving this, or any other type of massage.

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Gentle and nurturing, this massage can relieve the discomforts associated with pregnancy, as well as increase the mother’s awareness to her areas of tension. Massage enhances relaxation prior to the birth experience, which serves both mother and baby. Pre-Natal massage can help lessen some of the unpleasant symptoms of pregnancy, such as nausea, joint discomfort and minor edema. It will increase circulation, enhance the flow of nutrients to the placenta and aid in postural realignment. This soothing treatment also helps to open the chest and aid deep breathing. The fetus also benefits from the gentle massage and relaxation benefits of this soothing treatment for the mother-to-be.
Please note: All expectant mothers should get their physician’s approval prior to getting a massage. Pre-Natal massage may be done in the first trimester as long as the client has her physician’s approval, has no history of miscarriage, had no difficulty conceiving and did not use fertility drugs or other assistance, has no current spotting or cramping and has experienced massage prior to pregnancy. If this is your first massage, it is advisable to wait until your second trimester.

noImageCupping Massage Therapy

By creating suction and negative pressure, cupping is used to drain excess fluids and toxins, loosen adhesions and lift connective tissue, and bring blood flow to stagnant muscles and skin. This is wonderfully effective as an addition to any massage. The action on the nervous system is sedating, and clients will often descend into a profound state of relaxation. People often report that the experience stayed with them longer than most treatments. A strong vacuum will mimic the rolling action of deep tissue massage without the discomfort. The movement may be long and draining or circular and stimulating for stubborn knots and areas of rigid tissue. The skin will turn red with strong cupping, indicating that the circulation has been brought to the surface. The increased local blood supply to the muscles and skin will bring nourishment and allow for toxins to be carried away via the veins.