STOWE, VT — 03/02/10 — The Green Mountain Inn’s 175-plus year tradition of Vermont hospitality and gracious amenities has been rejuvenated with a revitalized massage facility and services now under the direction of massage supervisor Michelle Robbins.

Innkeeper Patti Clark is very excited about the news. “Escaping the daily grind to unwind and recharge is more important than ever,” said Clark. “Here at the Inn, we continually strive to enrich guests’ overall experience. We believe our updated massage services will provide visitors with yet another opportunity to refresh and reenergize while staying with us. What better way to experience the luxury of a truly memorable Green Mountain Inn getaway than to indulge in one of our wonderful massage selections?”

The massage services and facilities are also available to the general public. “You don’t have to be a guest of the Green Mountain Inn to appreciate and savor the renewing effects of one of our massage treatments,” added Clark.

Robbins is a graduate of the Utah College of Massage Therapy. Her qualifications include reflexology, shiatsu, structural alignment, lymph drainage and deep-tissue massage, as well as spa treatment expertise. She has also trained in LaStone® and is a Loomis Institute® Certified Digestive Health Specialist. “My objective is to focus on traditional massage principles where each client leaves feeling they received a solid massage they are happy with and feel good about,” said Robbins.

The Green Mountain Inn currently offers relaxation, sports, deep tissue, aromatherapy and reflexology massages, and will soon expand to include stone massages and treatments for couples. Robbins is spearheading a continuing education and training program for Green Mountain Inn’s team of therapists to enhance and continually improve massage technique and treatments offered at the hotel. Their massage rooms, sauna and Jacuzzi have also recently been refurbished and updated.

“Forging connections with clients is key in understanding their specific health issues and physical needs,” Robbins added. “I find the ability to ‘listen’ with my hands as well as ears allows me to get a clearer picture of what a client needs and is asking for. That helps determine which specific methodology will best help each individual client.”

For more information visit, and to make reservations for massage services call (802) 253-7301.