Enjoy a free 10-minute stress relieving chair massage sampler.

This massage focuses on your upper body while you sit fully clothed in a chair especially designed for this purpose. Benefits you may experience from this session include: reduced muscle tension, relief from eyestrain/desk fatigue, increased mental awareness, and improved circulation. Appointments are scheduled in 15 minute increments between 11:30am and 1:30pm at a variety of campus locations. This series is provided at no cost to participants. 

Marilyn Cady/Deby Stuart, Invited Instructors/Certified Massage Therapist

Please note: due to increased demand, we ask that participants limit themselves to two sessions per programming year.

Upcoming Sessions

Chair Massage Samplers: October

Various locations on campus 11:30 AM - 1:30 PMTuesdaysfree Register for this Session
  • October 24: Baker Hall (full)
  • October 31: Radiology (full)

Chair Massage Samplers: November

Various locations on campus 11:30 AM - 1:30 PMTuesdays Free Register for this Session
  • November 7: Auditorium
  • November 14: Biomed Phys Sci
  • November 21: Food Safety and Toxicology (full)
  • November 28: Kellogg Center (full)

Chair Massage Samplers: December

Various locations on campus 11:30 PM - 1:30 PMTuesdaysFreeRegister for this Session
  • December 5: Agriculture Hall
  • December 12: International Center
  • December 19: Engineering Building

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