BRADENTON BEACH – Bridge Street is known for its many dining choices and some of the best shopping on the Island. Among the restaurants, gift shops and galleries you will find Searenity Beach Spa & Bou-tiki, which recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a ceremonial ribbon cutting, courtesy of the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce.
Located at 112 Bridge St., Searenity offers a wide variety of products including soaps, candles, lotions, CBD products, clothing and more. They also offer massage therapy in the location on Bridge Street as well as on the beach.
“We’re the only people from about Naples to the other side of St. Pete that offer massages in a tiki hut on the beach,” said Searenity owner Amanda Escobio Ryan. “We started out just doing beach massages, but I realized that with the extreme summer heat and rain, I really needed an indoor space, so we moved in here. We have three air-conditioned massage rooms.”
Ryan also owns Searenity’s sister spa, Body & Sol Spa and Wellness in Anna Maria, which offers yoga, facials, manicures, pedicures and more ways to look and feel your best.
Ryan has been a member of the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce for more than a decade and was excited to be honored with the ribbon cutting. Along with Ryan’s husband, children and friends, many Chamber members were on hand, as well as Bradenton Beach Mayor John Chappie.
Searenity Spa & Bou-tiki is open by appointment for massages and the shop hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and later on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Find them online.