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Andrea Mariani, LMT, NCTMB




I have been a massage therapist for more than 18 years. I am NJ State Licensed and Nationally Certified .  If you look at my biography you will notice that I have taken
many courses over the years to make me competent in treating your needs.

My specialty is Sports and Medical massage.
I offer what I like to call a Therapeutic Massage or a Customized Massage that is tailored to each individual. I work with men, women and children.

I am also excited to announce that I am Certified in S.A.S.T.M. Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. Similar to Graston Technique and Medi-Cupping.

If you are looking for a Relaxation massage I can do that! However, the typical massage that I do is Restorative.  

I use Doterra essential oils at part of your healing session.

Therapeutic Massage
 What is it?


That is the question! What is my type of massage? How is my massage different from all the others? Let me explain, I offer a very specific massage. I don't do a fluffy spa type massage. However, I can do that but it is not what I like to offer. My favorite practice is the customized massage. My client walks in and says to me that they are feeling horrible. That  they have injured something while working out and I go to work assessing the situation and gathering information to put a treatment plan together for them.

I expect my clients to come for at least 5 visits in the beginning to get their bodies started on the right track. After those five visits we re-evaluate how they are feeling and move forward from there.

Typically I massage parts of the body during this time period. Not a full body massage.

The massage may be deep, it may be painful but I offer advice on how to minimize that problem after the client leaves.

Therapeutic Massage is for Wellness and for getting the body in its peak state for performance.



 
  120 Morris Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081
908-472-5170
abbmdestiny@msn.com
Downtown Millburn is located just 1.0 miles away


BY APPOINTMENT ONLY



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Therapeutic Massage, What is it?

That is the question! What is my type of massage? How is my massage different than all the others? Let me explain. I offer a very specific massage. I don't do a fluffy spa type massage although I can do that it is not what I like to offer. My favorite practice is the customized massage. My client walks in and says to me that they are feeling horrible. That  they have injured something while working out and I go to work assessing the situation and gathering information to put a treatment plan together for them.

I expect my clients to come for at least 5 visits in the beginning to get their bodies started on the right track. After those five visits we re-evaluate how they are feeling and move forward from there.

Typically I massage parts of the body during this time period. Not a full body massage.

The massage may be deep, it may be painful but I offer advice on how to minimize that problem after the client leaves.

Therapeutic Massage is for Wellness and for getting the body in its peak state for performance.





Information:

Services are offered at a discounted rate for people presenting a physician's referral/Rx. Please let me know at time of booking.

I offer an Introductory rate for new clients.

I accept all major credit cards, however, I do prefer cash.

FSA account information:

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) cover massage for certain treatments. These treatments must be approved and prescribed by a physician. 

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has ruled that massage therapy for the sole purpose of tension and stress relief does not qualify as an eligible expense. Examples of medical conditions that qualify include carpal tunnel, back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression and pain management.

The first step to using your FSA to schedule massage therapy is to visit your primary care doctor. Let the doctor know you have an FSA account and are seeking massage as a solution to a medically eligible condition. The physician will then write a prescription for you massage if he deems it to be medically necessary. The physician must provide three pieces of information on your prescription. First, he must detail why it is medically necessary. Second, the number of sessions per month or frequency or your visits should be listed. Third, the length of treatment should be provided.

Information provided by Nathan Bueller
Sick Policy

Its Cold/Flu season again. I would like to remind you that you should not come in if you are sick. Please reschedule your appointment within 24 hours to avoid a charge.


Refer a friend: 
*****
 Refer a client and get $5 off your next massage. 



Birthday Parties and Massage
Enjoy an evening with the girls and have your feet massaged too! For information please call me. 908-472-5170

Gift Certificates Available
Buy your massage here!


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