Free Massage Therapy!

People’s Center Health Services excitedly announces the addition of free massage therapy!

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy is a relaxing treatment that has been around for thousands of years. Massage therapists use a variety of techniques to work the muscle tissue, releasing tension and improving circulation.

Benefits of Massage
Massage therapy isn’t just about pampering, but it has important health benefits. In fact, you get the greatest benefit when massage therapy is part of your regular wellness routine.

Health benefits include:
• Pain relief
• Reduced anxiety and depression
• Temporarily reduced blood pressure and heart rate

What to Expect During Your People’s Center Massage:
A trained massage therapist, Surafel, a student from Minnesota School of Business, will greet you and discuss your health history. Dress normal and once ready to begin, you will take a seat in a relaxing massage chair.

Sessions are between 10 and 50 minutes depending on your needs. You can have just one session or sign up for multiple appointments. After your massage, we recommend that everyone increase their water intake for the next 24 hours.

Tuesdays 9:00am-6:00pm
Thursdays 9:00am-4:00pm
Second floor, room 208

Massage Techniques:
And more!

Call 612.332.4973 to schedule
an appointment or get more information.
The massage sessions are completely free. Walk-ins welcome or you may call to make an appointment!


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