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Massage appointments may be scheduled by calling 617.495.9629 or by stopping by in person. New to massage at The Center for Wellness? Complete our online form before calling or visiting. Have something to say about how your appointment went? Send us feedback.

 

4600 MASSAGE THERAPY, 1-HOUR APPOINTMENTS

Licensed massage therapists
Monday - Saturdays
114 Mt. Auburn Street, 7th Floor, Cambridge MA 02138 ------------------------------------------- Fee: Through 7/31/2016: $75.00, $55.00/HUSHP Student, $55.00/HUGHP member
Fee: Starting 8/1/2016: $80.00, $60.00/HUSHP Student, $55.00/HUGHP member

Relax your mind and bring comfort to your whole body through massage therapy. In addition to aiding in general relaxation, massage can also help with specific conditions, such as back pain, repetitive strain conditions, and headaches.

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4600a MASSAGE THERAPY, 1-HOUR APPOINTMENTS at HBS

John Finn, LMT
Fridays at 12:30, 1:30, 3:00, & 4:00pm
(suspended in summer; resume 9/9/16)
Harvard Business School, HUHS Satellite Clinic in Cumnock Hall
Fee: Starting 8/1/2016: $80.00, $60.00/HUSHP Student, $55.00/HUGHP member

Relax your mind and bring comfort to your whole body through massage therapy, right where you study and work. In addition to aiding in general relaxation, massage can also help with specific conditions, such as back pain, repetitive strain conditions, and headaches. *You must be affiliated with HBS to schedule these appointments.*

 

4602 MASSAGE THERAPY, 90-MIN APPOINTMENTS

Licensed Massage Therapists
Limited Appointment Times
114 Mt. Auburn Street, 7th Floor, Cambridge MA 02138 ------------------------------------------- Fee: Through 7/31/2016: $112.50, $82.50/HUSHP Student, $82.50/HUGHP member
Fee: Starting 8/1/2016: $120.00, $90.00/HUSHP Student, $82.50/HUGHP member

Relax your mind and bring comfort to your whole body through massage therapy. In addition to aiding in general relaxation, massage can also help with specific conditions, such as back pain, repetitive strain conditions, and headaches.

 

4603 CHAIR MASSAGE RELAXATION BREAK

Licensed massage therapists
Mondays 12:00pm-2:00pm
Wednesdays 11:00am-3:00pm
Fridays 12:00pm-3:30pm
114 Mt. Auburn Street, 7th Floor, Cambridge MA 02138 ------------------------------------------- Fee: Through 7/31/2016: $12.00 per 10 minutes ($9.00/HUGHP Members)
Fee: Starting 8/1/2016: $13.00 per 10 minutes ($9.00/HUGHP Members)

Are you stressed out and looking for the perfect "pick-me-up" during the week? Research suggests that "mini-massages" during the day can help individuals cope with the stress of daily life more effectively. Call to set up your mini-massage - a relaxation break that will allow you to return to work with a calmer, clearer mind and rejuvenated body, as well as an overall feeling of well-being. Try one this week!

 

4604 ON-SITE MASSAGE THERAPY

Licensed massage therapists
Starting 8/1/2016:
Fee: $13.00 per 10 minutes, minimum of 6 people

As a perk for your group or department, arrange massage therapists to visit your office! For a group with space available, the therapists will come to your location to provide ten to twenty minute treatments. The client sits fully clothed in special chair that supports the entire body. The therapist can massage the back, neck, shoulders, arms and hands. Please, note that there is a $26.00 set-up/break-down fee per therapist. Go to the Forms section of this website to review "On-site Chair Massage Guidelines" before planning your event. A typical event has two therapists for two hours (($78/hr x 2 hrs) +$26) x 2 therapists = $364 total.

 

 

I have been so pleased with programs at the Center for Wellness that I list it as one of the major benefits of working at Harvard. I have taken advantage of your programs for the last 5 years and feel that they are an important part of living and working in the university environment.
- Female, Harvard Staff, Participant for 4 - 5 years