The Rapidian

Loving Touch Couple's Massage -February 14th

Back by popular demand, bodyworks at Dominican Center at Marywood is offering its annual Valentine's Day Loving Touch Couple's Massage once again this year
Bodyworks at Dominican Center at Marywood

Bodyworks at Dominican Center at Marywood

Underwriting support from:

Back by popular demand, bodyworks at Dominican Center at Marywood  is offering its annual Valentine's Day Loving Touch Couple's Massage on February 14th. Are you a caregiver, have a loved one with chronic pain or are you an athlete? Would you like to experience the sacredness of touch that opens one to a deeper sense of life and mystery? Bring a friend, co-worker, family member or spouse to learn as a pair!

Learn basic massage techniques. Learn some simple points for headaches, back pain – as well as tapping and kneading and pressure techniques for relaxation. Massage can also enhance communication and deepen connections. Some techniques will be done in a chair and some will be on the floor so bring a camping mat or thick blanket or sleeping bag, one bed pillow, and a towel.

The Program is being facilitated by Chris Shanahan, Certified Massage Therapist (CMT) and other CMTs.

Date/Time: February 14, 2012 - 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $50.00 per couple includes refreshments
Facilitator: Chris Shanahan, CMT and friends
Location: Dominican Center at Marywood 

  1. Register online: http://dominicancenter.com/programs/program/?id=117  .
  2. Register by phone:  (616) 454-1241 (Option #5).
  3. Request a mail-in Registration Flyer from the Front Desk (same number as above)

The building is barrier free with free parking. The main building is facing Fulton, but parking is on Lakeside Drive, NE - second drive on the left north of Fulton Street. For questions or more information, please call the front desk reception team at (616)454-1241  (Option 5).

For information about any of the offerings of Dominican Center, please call the front desk reception team at 616.454.1241 (Option #5).

The Rapidian, a program of the 501(c)3 nonprofit Community Media Center, relies on the community’s support to help cover the cost of training reporters and publishing content.

We need your help.

If each of our readers and content creators who values this community platform help support its creation and maintenance, The Rapidian can continue to educate and facilitate a conversation around issues for years to come.

Please support The Rapidian and make a contribution today.

Comments, like all content, are held to The Rapidian standards of civility and open identity as outlined in our Terms of Use and Values Statement. We reserve the right to remove any content that does not hold to these standards.

Browse