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Guilford Gets Savvy About Massage T


he French word “savoir,” Spanish “sabe,” Latin


“sapere,” and English “savvy” are about being wise, having a knowing or understanding. The tagline of Guilford’s recently opened Massage Savvy “…a smart way to relax,” acknowledges the wisdom about the soothing and


nourishing benefits of massage. Massage Savvy provides massages seven days a week. No membership fees or contracts are required. New clients can receive a one-hour Introductory Massage at the special rate of $49. Regular sessions are 60 ($59), 75 ($79) and 90 minutes ($89). Additionally, as part of Massage Savvy’s Loyalty Program, clients who schedule appointments more than once within 30 days save $10 on any customized massage sessions. The company also offers a Mobile Massage and Wellness Program in which licensed therapists provide on-site chair and/or event massage to relieve tension, relax the mind, and help energize for the remainder of the work day. Occasional guests offer services and/or information about wellness, such as spinal exams with a professional chiropractor or details about nutritional supplements. The benefits of such programs for participating businesses include increased staff productivity, improved retention rates, reduced stress levels, greater job satisfaction and employee appreciation and acknowledgement. Massage recipients have the opportunity to: improve their immune system; lower tension/anxiety; lessen muscle pain, tension and headaches; and, improve sleep patterns.


Massage Savvy LLC is reachable at 2514 Boston Post Road, Suite C-5 (rear of building) in Guilford, CT, 203.453.8667, Email: MassageSavvyCT@gmail.com, or visit: facebook.com/MassageSavvyCT. Gift certificates are available. See ad on page 29.


Milford Hosts Health, Wellness & Green Fair


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he second annual “Health, Wellness and Green Fair” will take place at the Parsons Government Center in Milford


on Thursday, June 7. This event (“Striving to make Milford the Healthiest and Greenest City in America”) is scheduled from 12 to 6 p.m. and promotes health, wellness and “going green” to the community. It is free and open to the public. Approximately 60 vendors will have tables in the building’s gymnasium and offer an abundance of information on all aspects of personal and environmental wellness. Those at-


New Haven / Middlesex NaturalNewHaven.com


tending can learn a number of ways to improve their holistic well-being and sustainability practices. Activities throughout the day include a Nia demonstration at 12:15 p.m., Zumba at 1 p.m. and a Yoga sampler at 2 p.m. Sponsors include The Milford Bank and Charter Oak Financial.


Parsons Government Center is located at 70 West River Street in Milford, CT. For information, contact organizer Dan Ger- man, ECCO Enterprises, at 203.494.8132, dgerms@aol.com.


Helping Animal Companions Cross Over


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eterinarian and Final Journey LLC Founder Kristen A. Klie and staff are entering their fourth year of offering in- home pet euthanasia services. Understanding how difficult it can be to say goodbye to a pet family member, and adhering to their goal of providing humane, dignified and compassion- ate assistance at a time of transition, staff offers options for clients who do not wish, or are unable, to bring their beloved animal companion into a hospital/clinic. Services include euthanasia with cremation or home burial. At-home offer- ings enable clients to be in a familiar setting, whether alone with their pet, or with invited loved ones. The service includes euthanasia, vet- erinarian, tech- nician, seda- tion, and travel/ transport. Many clients seeking a serene, gentle way for their


animal companions to transition have been grateful to learn about this “animal hospice” option and the business has grown accordingly since its inception. According to Dr. Klie “We have really seen what a difference it makes to [clients] and their companions to be in a loving home environment. After sixteen years as a veterinarian, I find that this is where I’ve been able to make the biggest impact. Our clients are re- ally able to feel that the bond with their pet is honored, and that we, too, recognize their pets as family.”


To contact Dr. Klie, call 203.645.5570, or visit Finaljourneyllc. com, which includes a memorial page for pet photos and personal prayers. See ad on page 13.


Learning About Leadership S


ince 2003, The Graduate Institute has offered an M.A. in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) for leaders of some of the largest companies. This fall, it will again offer a version of this degree program for current and aspiring leaders from fields including education, the arts, social services, health- care, and the not-for-profit sector. Organizational Leadership is a 36-credit Master of Arts degree program for those seeking to create positive change in their personal life, community,


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