Plymouth Studio Explains Health Benefits for All Ages
 
(Plymouth MA) – Dr. Steven Nagy announces the Grand Opening of Elements Therapeutic Massage on October 18, 2008 from 10-3. Located at 74 Long Pond Road in Plymouth, the recently renovated upscale studio is accessed via exit 5 on Route 3 and situated near the entrance to the shopping mall “Shops at 5.” This festive public celebration toasts the arrival of affordable, convenient, and diverse high quality massage therapy services for the residents of Plymouth and beyond.
 
During the Grand Opening event, demonstrations will include chair massage and other treatments offered regularly (including Sports, Prenatal, Deep Tissue, Swedish, even Couples Massage). Guests will take tours of the first class facilities and Elements staff will educate about the great range of health benefits of massage therapy.
 
Staff will offer an explanation of the unique and cost-effective optional Elements Monthly Membership Plan, which makes the “Elements Experience” affordable for regular users. Guests may enjoy the occasional massage or become a member with monthly options as low as $59.00 for a 55-minute massage. Light refreshments, giveaways, and a raffle are also planned.
 
This celebration is a dream come true for us . . . to show how therapeutic massage for relaxation and the treatment of illness and injury is more popular than ever before,” confirmed Dr. Steven Nagy. Sharing our personal experience and expertise about the endless benefits of massage therapy couldn’t give us more pleasure, and our staff looks forward to welcoming the public to our Grand Opening Celebration.
 
About Dr. Steven Nagy
Dr. Steven Nagy is a general dentist recently retired from his long-established private practice due to chronic back injuries.  During physical therapy treatment, Dr. Nagy was introduced to the healing potential of massage therapy. Inspired by his own personal success with massage, he conducted extensive research into the field and its many uses and applications, all of which led him to the Elements Therapeutic Massage organization. He learned how he could continue working in the field of health and wellness, an important priority for him. In 2007, he decided to open an Elements Studio in Plymouth MA, near his home on Cape Cod.

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