BELMAR, NJ — Are you stressed out over completing your holiday shopping? It’s time to relax by treating those you love — and yourself — with a soothing massage from Lynette’s Healing Touch.

Massage therapist Lynette Coppola is offering holiday gifts cards for two 50-minute classic massages at a price of $85. And when you visit her studio at 604 Main Street in Belmar to purchase these specially priced cards, take a moment and relax with a complimentary chair massage. It’s her way of saying “thank you” for giving others the gift of massage.

“There’s nothing more thoughtful than a gift of health and wellness, like a massage, which soothes the mind, body and soul,” Coppola said. “And you’ll get a little stress relief, too.”

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Massages offered through the gift card offer are by appointment only, but can be made on and off premises.

If you’re an employer looking to surprise your staff with something unique this holiday season, Lynette’s Healing Touch offers chair massage sessions at your place of business or wherever you’re holding your holiday party.

“Show you employees how much you appreciate everything they do,” Coppola said. “It’s a great morale booster, stress reducer… and a way to start a new holiday tradition.

For more information, call Lynette’s Healing Touch at 732-241-4750 or email lynettehealingtouch@gmail.com. It can also be reached on Facebook page by clicking here.

Soothing the Mind, Body and Soul

Lynette’s Healing Touch offers a full array of therapeutic massage techniques in a warm and inviting vintage studio setting at 604 Main Street, adjacent to Sweet Tease Tea Room and Café. These massage styles include:

  • Classic Swedish Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Healing Stone Massage
  • Swedish Massage for Two
  • Foot Scrub and Massage
  • Chair Massage
  • Scalp Massage
  • Oncology Massage
  • Aromatherapy Swedish Massage
  • Reflexology

Owner Lynettte Coppola is a licensed massage therapist who completed her studies at the Cortiva Massage Institute in Wall — one of its 30 campuses across 13 states — and fully insured.