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Mobile Massage Team Announces Eleven New Therapist Members in the Northeast U.S. Region
Date:1/5/2009

and volunteers her time doing free massage at nursing homes.

- Ryan Mallory, a graduate of Anthem Institute. Mr. Mallory specializes in sports massage and has been a therapist for 5 years.

- Scott Neal, a graduate of the PA School of Muscle Therapy. Mr. Neal has his own practice as a massage therapist and personal trainer.

- Nadina Newman, a graduate of Cortiva Institute. Ms. Newman specializes in therapeutic bodywork and has her own practice called Massage Indulgence Bodywork, located in Glenside, PA.

- Zenaida Rodriguez, a graduate of National Massage Therapy Institute. Ms. Rodriguez has been practicing massage therapy in Philadelphia since 2006.

From the reduction of stress and anxiety, to the improvement of blood circulation and pain reduction, the benefits of massage therapy are widely documented.

However, in today's fast paced, high tension world, the majority of individuals do not have the time or resources available for intensive and expensive captive spa services.

The Mobile Massage Team on-site seated massage service platform offers a new and unique paradigm in bringing these benefits to all individuals in an efficient and cost-effective manner, inside or outside of the workplace.

"Whether it be companies looking to reward their hard working employees or attract customers at sales event, organizations looking to enhance fund raisers or charity affairs, or individuals looking to improve any special occasion such as wedding rehearsals, family reunions, birthday parties, etc., the Mobile Massage Team provides a sensible, cost effective, one stop solution for a broad range of needs," says Schaffer.

About Mobile Massage Team

The Mobile Massage Team (www.mobilemassageteam.com) and its parent company, MMT Holdings LLC, are based out of Ph
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