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Local Business Spotlight: Vitamindre Massage Therapy


Received an email today from a reader, Marianne, who told me about Vitamindre Massage Therapy. Vitamindre is run by her husband, Andre, who is a massage & reflexology therapist. Andre is a certified member of the Associated Bodyworkers and Massage Professionals and he is Nationally Certified by the Board for Therapeutic and Bodywork.

From Andre's website (vitamindre.com).

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I am committed to healing, with integrity. This commitment has led me to my study and certification in massage and reflexology. At the core of my practice is the aim to help the body heal – indeed the goal of any treatment is to balance the body and spirit as you maneuver through the stress in your life.

As a practitioner, I pay attention to the needs of my client at the time of our session. I listen and provide a treatment that positively addresses your concerns and specifications.

I am available for sessions in your home, or at one of the salons or studios listed on this site. I am also available for on-site corporate and event massage or reflexology, with a massage table or chair.
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If you are interested in getting more information, Andre can be reached at 484-620-2036 or, via email, at andre@vitamindre.com. You can also visit his website at vitamindre.com for a complete list of salon's in the area that offer his services as well as a pricing guide.


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