Phoenixville office: Tuesday (9/18/18) afternoon opening.
Lansdale office: Tueaday (9/18/18) evening opening.
Reserve your time: 610-955-669
If we don't pick up, please leave a massage. We'll confirm your reservation asap.
If you haven't heard, we're opened our 3rd office in Lansdale inside of The Physical Therapy & Wellness Institute. We are excited to be working with with this award winning group of physical therapists and staff!
If you're in pain, training for a marathon or simply need to relax, you've come to the right place.
Here's why we say that.
1. We have close to 50 years of massage experience between 4 therapists in our Phoenixville office.
2. We communicate and collaborate with medical/health practitioners to ensure that you are getting the appropriate and best treatment possible.
3. We stay current on the latest massage information as it relates to pain, sports, fitness, health and wellness.
By the way, here are some resources that we've put together for you.
If you're looking for more information on massage in general, check out our massage advice page.
For anyone training for an event or who likes to workout, we have some self-massage videos on our runner's blog.
4. We're fundamentally different than massage spas, like Massage Envy and Hand & Stone.
Their massages are 50 minutes.
Ours are 60 minutes.
They schedule massages 10 minutes apart.
We schedule massages 15 minutes apart.
They charge for deep pressure.
You'll need to sign a membership contract to get a fair price with them.
Not with us.
And we have a no tipping policy.
The price of our massage is your out-the-door cost.
Call us old-fashioned, but we believe in doing the best job we can AND treating our clients as clients, not as numbers.
Lastly, if you've never tried us out, we have an intro massage rate just for you:
(60 min massage)
To schedule call:
If we don't pick up, please leave a message. We return calls between clients.
We look forward to seeing you:-)
To your health,
Mark Liskey, BS, LMT, CNMT (co-owner)
P.S. Below is a massage tool that you can make for less than $5. It's great for massaging shoulders.