All timeslots have been reserved for this event. However, reservations will be forfeited after a 2-minute grace period and walk-ins will be accepted. We cannot guarantee walk-ins will be able to receive a massage.
After days of exploring how we are shifting/striving/thriving through various aspects of our lives, end Women’s Week with a day of rejuvenation, self-love, and well-being.
Stress, both physical and emotional is a common human condition. However, too much stress for too long has the potential to be harmful and contribute to long-lasting negative effects on our health and sense of well-being.
Chronic states of stress can play a part in problems such as headaches, skin conditions, high blood pressure, depression, anxiety, and can worsen symptoms of pain and disease, causing frequent visits to the doctor.
Massage helps to reduce the negative effects of stress and return your body and mind to a more relaxed and balanced state. Even 10 to 15 minutes of massage on a regular basis has a positive effect in reducing symptoms, such as:
When you’re in a good state of mind, you make good decisions for yourself about your job, your lifestyle, and your health.
This event is part of Women’s Week (March 14 – 18).
Women’s Week is an annual, weeklong event focused on gendered issues and challenges faced in today’s socioeconomic and political climate, intersectionality, and cultural movements. This year’s theme, “Shift. Strive. Thrive,” will validate and acknowledge the struggles we have been experiencing over the past two years and explore the ways we are shifting, striving, and thriving to become stronger as we emerge to a new future.