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FFWPT & NJ MASSAGE

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  is proud to announce the partnering with New Jersey Massage!!!!

Sign-up for their newsletter at: http://www.newjerseymassage.com

Below is the Massage Menu with price discounts AND combination packages for ATHLETES!!

Available to all patients are 13 Master Massage Therapists, trained by Larry Heisler himself!!

Each of the 13 (male and female) Master Therapists perform individual specialty massages including: medical, sports, swedish, pre-natal, cancer, deep tissue, and many more…

Massage Menu of Services

Swedish Massage with Hot Packs and Master Reiki Sessions

1/2 Hour Massage

$50

1 Hour Massage

$80

1 1/2 Hour Massage

$120

2 Hour Massage

$150

5 PACK (Hour Massage)

$375

10 PACK (Hour Massage)

$725


Deep Tissue Massage with Hot Packs, also Deep Tissue Foot Massage, also Deep Tissue Foot and Hand Massage includes forearms and calves

1 Hour Massage

$90

1 1/2 Hour Massage

$135

2 Hour Massage

$170

5 PACK (Hour Massage)

$425

10 PACK (Hour Massage)

$800


Medical and Sports Massage Neuromuscular Trigger Point Therapy

1 Hour Massage

$100

1 1/2 Hour Massage

$145

2 Hour Massage

$190

5 PACK (Hour Massage)

$475

10 PACK (Hour Massage)

$900


Barefoot Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi

1 Hour Massage

$100

1 1/2 Hour Massage

$145

2 Hour Massage

$190

5 PACK (Hour Massage)

$475

10 PACK (Hour Massage)

$900


Certified Cancer, Pregnancy and Geriatric Massage, Raindrop Therapy, and Hot Stone Massage

1 Hour Massage

$100

1 1/2 Hour Massage

$145

2 Hour Massage

$190

5 PACK (Hour Massage)

$475

10 PACK (Hour Massage)

$900


The Jurlique Organic Massage Therapy Facial

1/2 Hour Massage

$60

1 Hour Massage

$100

1 1/2 Hour Massage

$145

2 Hour Massage

$190

5 PACK (Hour Massage)

$475

10 PACK (Hour Massage)

$900


The Enlightenment Package:

3 Hrs $260

Includes a 2 hour massage
1 hour massage facial
Plus a foot and hand treatment

The Nirvana Package:

2 1/2 hours $220

Includes a 1 hour massage
1 hour massage facial
Plus a foot and hand treatment

The Bliss Package:

2 hours $170

Includes a 1 hour massage
1/2 hour massage facial
Plus a foot and hand treatment

The Joy Package:

1 1/2 hours $135

Includes a 1/2 hr massage
1/2 hr massage facial
Plus a foot and hand treatment


 

Athletic Packages:

1) Chiropractic or Therapy Treatment + Body Stretch + 1 hour Massage = $150.00

2) Chiropractic Manipulation or Therapy Treatment ONLY = $75.00

3) Body Stretch ONLY = $50.00

A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF GOOD LUCK TO THE NFL HOPEFULS AND THE ATHLETES INVOLVED IN THE COMBINES THIS MONTH; AS WELL AS A CONGRATULATION TO THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED!!!

GOOD LUCK,

Sean McLaughlin, DC

James Bonardi, MPT

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY FROM FFWPT!!

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To all the patients, staff and friends that come through FFWPT (Fairfield Wellness and Physical Therapy)…

Have a healthy, safe and happy Valentine’s Day!!

When people think about Valentine’s Day: red roses, candy in heart- shaped boxes, and sweet valentine’s cards come to mind. But, like most holidays, there was a special meaning or struggle that brought about the holiday. While that original meaning may have been lost over time, we have grown to believe that Valentine’s Day is about being in love.

THE ORIGIN:  The celebration of the day began with the life and death of a man. A bishop by the name of Valentine stood against an Emperor’s decree that Roman soldiers could not marry. He married them in secrecy because he thought the Emperor’s edict was wrong and went against the glory of young love. Valentine’s acts were discovery. Label treason, he was martyred. In memory of Valentine’s deeds, Pope Gelasius declared him a saint and the day of his execution, February 14th, became known as Valentine’s Day.

THE MEANING OVER TIME:  In ancient times, Valentine’s Day originally marked the remembrance of the man. Years after his death, young men offering notes of affection to young ladies they admired. By the Middle Ages, the Day was recognized as the holiday of courtship and love.

THE MEANING TODAY:  Love has stages. So, Valentine’s Day means different things to different people at different stages of their lives. For little kids, Valentine’s Day is about friendship. Cards and candies are given to those who they care about from mother, father and playground group. For adolescents, Valentine’s Day is about the hope of love. Teens offer giggles and blushes to their crushes. With their offerings of cards, letters, candies and flowers, they anticipate that someone special will like them back. For singles, Valentine’s Day means commitment. Valentine’s Day is after all about the search for lasting love. Just as many relationships are begin and end with Valentine’s Day. Between special dates and special dinners, the Day is full of sharing and reflecting. For some, Valentine’s becomes the ultimate day of love and is set as a wedding day.

For couples, Valentine’s Day is a reminder of love. After commitment and sharing, Valentine’s Day just like special time to set aside to remember courtship, share special feelings, and recommit for the years to come.

For parents, Valentine’s Day is a shared love and an opportunity to teach about love. Children, whether biological or adopted, are the product of committed love and inspire a new-found appreciation for a partner and a sense of family.

For most, Valentine’s Day is a happy occasion. But, for so many, Valentine’s Day is bittersweet. For those who’ve lost loved ones, Valentine’s Day is a sad day that they long for the past and honor those they loved. For those lonely souls, Valentine’s Day is a reminder that a basic human need to belong has gone unsatisfied.