Company Collaborates With Nonprofit Organization to Help Show Appreciation for Hard Working Military Nurses
Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) October 29, 2014
Body Well Therapy, a provider of on-site massage therapy services in the DC Metro, Florida and other regions, announced that it joined ArtStream, a DC area-based nonprofit dedicated to providing artistic opportunities to underserved communities, to provide free mini chair massage therapy sessions to hospital nurses at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) on October 16th.
Several Body Well Massage Therapists, after undergoing routine security screenings, were granted access to the military base to provide the complementary services, in conjunction with ArtStream.
“We’re very thankful that ArtStream reached out to us to provide this much deserved service to the nurses at Walter Reed,” commented Daniel Melmed, Owner of Body Well. “We’re often visiting various medical facilities during National Nurses Week, but being called upon to visit military nurses serving our active duty and veteran military personnel at a world-renowned facility like Walter Reed in Bethesda is really a special privilege and an honor.”
About Body Well
Founded in 2005, Body Well has become a premier on-site massage agency serving multiple metropolitan regions on the East Coast. The company services individuals with in home massage, in-room hotel massage, and injury therapy for automobile and worker’s compensation claims, plus business clients with corporate chair massage services and event massage services. All contracted massage therapists are licensed, insured and must complete an extensive application and interview process including an in-person skill demonstration and thorough equipment evaluation to ensure the highest standards. The company can be reached seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. at (888) 929-WELL (9355) or online at http://www.bodywelltherapy.com.
ArtStream is a consortium of professional artists who are passionate about the idea of taking arts programs into communities generally underserved by the arts. We believe that the transformative power of the arts should be available to everyone, especially those who are challenged by disabilities or life circumstances. Our programs not only benefit the individuals involved, but also the community at large. More importantly, we have seen the power of the arts at work and are excited to spread the “magic.” It is the fervent mission of ArtStream to fill the gap in arts programming between what is currently being provided in these communities and what is needed.
Looking for chair massage for nurse appreciation week? Call Body Well today!