Muscle Management Massage’s scheduling book never has back-to-back appointments. So if someone has a 60-minute deep-tissue massage at 1 p.m. with licensed massage therapist Howard Dodd—who is also a certified personal trainer and lead instructor of the massage program at Lincoln Technical Institute’s Brockton Campus—there won’t be a Swedish massage at 2 p.m. with Dodd, however, appointments would be available to schedule with another licensed massage therapist. This scheduling approach allows the clients to enjoy their massage service without feeling rushed out the door. Adding to the comfort, the staff can customize its kneads to alleviate pain, tension, and ailments from common sports injuries, such as spraining a muscle or mistaking a bowling ball for a basketball and trying to dunk it.
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Keep your mind and body in check with a relaxing massage, such as hot stone, deep tissue, and Swedish.
Alleviate those pesky aches and pains with an acupuncture service from Elmwood Acupuncture and Wellness.
This beauty establishment offers a range of alternative remedies for you to try out.
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Situated in the Bridgewater neighborhood of East Bridgewater, Muscle Management Massage welcomes its cafe patrons with open arms.
Many diners choose to drive to Muscle Management Massage, as there are numerous parking options nearby.
Keep your wallets padded. The meals here won't empty them too much.
There's no better place to grab a quick and great bite of lunch than at Muscle Management Massage's fabulous American cafe.
When Millie Mendez enrolled at Spa Tech Institute, she quickly learned that facials, waxing, and make-up applications offered a lot more than just aesthetic benefits. These services had an almost magical effect on clients, helping them relax and escape from the stresses of their everyday lives. To continue down this path, Ms. Mendez studied massage therapy, and when it was time to go into business for herself, she named her spa Waiting To Escape. Here, Ms. Mendez treats her clients to services in both aesthetics and massage. And the latter's benefits go well beyond relaxation—helping increase circulation, alleviate pain, and decrease anxiety.
The meteoric growth of Massage Envy has led to more than 800 spa locations and a healthy share of limelight from printed media buzz to promotions on
The Ellen DeGeneres Show and
The Doctors . Its experts have kneaded more than 50 million backs using modalities that range from the gliding strokes of Swedish massage to the targeted pressure of deep-tissue massage. Although the spa treats a wealth of clients, each Massage Envy session is personalized to individual needs. While indulging in prenatal, hot-stone, or trigger-point-therapy massages, clients can also request the soothing mint and rosemary essential oils of aromatherapy or the addition of warming and cooling products that help decrease inflammation and ease pain.
In addition to staffing massage therapists, the spas employ skincare experts who wield Murad products for four kinds of facials. Clients can treat sensitive skin to mild exfoliation or opt for anti-aging facials with glycolic acid before attempting to order off the kids’ menu at a diner.
The rustling of palm trees as tradewinds blow through them, the scent of saltwater carried in by rolling waves—nothing quite matches the carefree feel of a day on a beach in Hawaii, which is perhaps why The Wellness Journey Studio's owner Denise Baker-Bradley named her massage offerings after beaches on the tropical islands. But since she believes therapeutic massage therapy is not just for relaxation, these sessions have a therapeutic spin and can increase energy by lowering blood pressure. They can even improve sleep patterns better than keeping a closetful of sheep. During the Papohaku massage, for example, she rolls rods of bamboo over muscles to relieve deep-seated tension. For the celebrity facial massage sauna, she uses facial massage therapy techniques to reduce signs of aging. Before each stroke, she warms the massage oil, as clients stretch out beneath soft sheets and a soundtrack of beach sounds lulls them into a state of calm as deep as the ocean. The studio is located off Route 24 in Brockton.