Get a Massage in Watertown to Aid Earthquake Relief in Turkey & Syria
WATERTOWN – An earthquake devastated the countries of Syria and Turkey in February, and now a Watertown-based organization is hoping to aid relief efforts.
The Watertown Refugee Support Group will be sponsoring “Massage Aid for Turkey & Syria” on Saturday, April 29th from 1-4pm at the First Parish Church at 35 Church Street in Watertown. All proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders earmarked for relief work for Turkey & Syria.
Attendees will have their choice of a 15 minute chair, sports table massage or a Reiki treatment. Reiki is a Japanese Energy Healing Technique, Reiki and Chair Massage are beneficial for everyone, and Sports Table Massages are helpful for athletes and those who are physically active.
The cost of a massage is $20 for any 15 minute session and can be paid in cash or by check made out to Doctors Without Borders.
Walk-ins are welcome, however organizers are asking that attendees make an appointment to make the process run more smoothly. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your appointment.
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