SOUTHBURY — Massage Envy will be supporting World Wellness Weekend September 21 and 22 with franchised locations nationwide opening their doors to give the public opportunities to try free services to help keep their bodies working.

Locally, the Massage Envy franchise at 775 Main St. South will participate from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22. 

During those dates and hours, members of the public will be able to sample one of three free offers: a free skin care analysis with free skin care product sample (while supplies last), free trials of Rapid Tension Relief or free chair massage .

“We’re delighted to support the 2019 World Wellness Weekend by giving the people of our local community a chance to sample some of our services for free,” said Vince Manna. “This is our way of giving back to the community.

“As the owner of a Massage Envy franchised location, I believe we have a unique opportunity this weekend to encourage every American to keep their body working through regular body care and skin care.”

For the free skin care analysis, consumers can consult with a licensed esthetician to learn about their particular skin condition and needs. The free analysis will include a free sample from PCA Skin while supplies last.

For the free sample session of Rapid Tension Relief, this is a relatively new service that combines the human expertise and skill of a licensed massage therapist with the cutting-edge technology of Hyperice’s Hypervolt device. 

With four different head attachments for targeted treatment and three speed settings delivering up to 3,200 percussions per minute, the Hypervolt device assists therapists in maximizing the effectiveness of their technique and delivering a new customer experience.

“We hope to see a lot of people come by Massage Envy to try these free services during World Wellness Weekend,” said Mr. Manna. “There are no hidden costs and no strings attached. These free services are a great way for us to give back to the community and help people understand how they can keep their bodies working.”

Those seeking additional information may visit the company’s Facebook page at

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