A holistic approach to health - Company Message
Q:  Can I book online?

A:  Yes, click on this link. =>Scheduler. 

Q:  Can I use more than one online promotional item for myself?

A:  No.  First Time Customers only, limit one per person.

Q:  What if I need to reschedule?

A:  24 hour cancellation is required. 

Q:  Where can I park?
 
A:  We are in Quincy Center, there is Street Parking and two Public  Parking lots, the closest Public Parking is minutes away. There is a Map on our Location Page; click on the text 'Driving Directions' next click the icon of the person walking then type '15-20 Cottage Street', and click 'Get Directions'. 
 
The name of the Parking Lot is the 'Hancock Parking Lot' and the entrance is on Chestnut St./Dennis Ryan Parkway  Park. The parking at the Hancock Lot is free on the week-ends and during the week the first hour is free, two hours averages to $0.75 cents per hour, longer term parking averages out to a very low, $1.00 per hour.  Once parked, walk to 1354 Hancock Street, we are on the 3rd floor down at the end.

Q:  I need to take the T.

A:  Take the Red-Line, get off at Quincy Center, go across Hancock Street to 1354 Hancock Street. 

Q:  What is the difference between a Medical Massage and a Wellness Massage?

A:  Medical Massage is medical care delivered to a patient under the direction of a prescribing health care provider and typically paid for by a third party.

Wellness Massage is a consumer service delivered to a client who pays for the service themselves.

Q. What is Cupping.

A. An alternative therapeutic method that has been popular in China since about 1,000 B.C.  The method can help reduce pain, increase immunity, and improve digestion.  Cupping may be used to promote the circulation of energy through the body. Cups may produce a red/purple color on the cupped area that may remain
for 1 - 5 days.