Giving Back To Essential Workers

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Published on May 28, 2020 -

Giving Back To Essential Workers

A local business owner who specializes in pampering is reaching out to frontline workers


Giving Back To Essential Workers

Structure to coronavirus these days it's tough to truly relax with all that's going on in the world.

That's why a local business owner who specializes in pampering is reaching out to frontline workers.

Kimt news three's raquel hellman is live to explain how.

I'm at healing touch spa ?

"* where people come for massages ?

"* whether they pulled a musce ?

"* having some back pain ?

"* maybe they're just stressed and tense and need to loosen up.

And who is more stressed right now than health care and other essential workers who are putting their lives on the line during the pandemic.

So they're offering free sessions in their wellness pod ?

"* which you see right here.

In this pod ?

"* you get a vibration massage ?

"* and exposure to infrared light which helps with pain ?

"* fatigue ?

"* and stress.

With a complimentary session in this pod ?

"* they're asking you to donate to a fund that's been set up ?

"* which will provide free or discounted chair massages to health care and other essential workers.

The owner of this spa says it's the least she can do.xxx are there any words?

I mean, they're putting their lives at risk, especially the people who are in the units where the people who have covid?

"*19 are.

They're putting their lives at risk.

In addition to the free sessions in the wellness pod ?*- which is located at their other location at the shops at university square ?

"* now known as the galleria ?

"* they're alo offering free sessions in the quiet meditation room at this new location here in the hilton.

Live in rochester?

"* raquel hellman thanks raquel.

If you are a health care or other essential worker and you're interested in a free or discounted chair massage ?

"* just give healing touch spa a call.

We've posted their contact information along with this story under local

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