MASSAGE

(Please note that same day appointments need to be requested via phone at 917-636-0197)

Therapeutic
(60 or 90 minutes)

Therapeutic massage (deep tissue)  improves circulation, increases the lymphatic drainage of toxins from the body, and activates the parasympathetic nervous system. These benefits allow the body to do the miraculous work of self-healing it is designed to do, which can be compromised by the effects of stress on our vital systems.  

 

60-minute Monthly Membership - $108/mo

for 12-month contract

early cancellation will incur a fee equal to

$26 per session received.

60 minutes - $135

90 minutes - $165


Hot Stone
(60 or 90 minutes)

All the benefits of the therapeutic massage enhanced by heated stones to allow for deeper tissue work and release.

 

60 minutes - $135

90 minutes - $165


Aromatherapy Massage
(60 or 90 minutes)

Therapeutic massage complemented by scents and essential oils to create a treatment that relaxes body, mind, and mood.

 

60 minutes - $135

90 minutes - $165


Thai Yoga Massage
(60 or 90 minutes)

A therapeutic practice which enhances flexibility and circulation, relieves tension, anxiety and stress, and detoxifies the body.  It integrates passive stretching with massage and acupressure techniques, working along the “sen” (energy) lines of your body.  This therapy is performed on a mat on the floor with no oils or creams.  Loosely fitted clothing and socks required.

 

60 minutes - $135

90 minutes - $165


massage therapists

 
 
Name:  Jaja Bolden   Hometown:  NYC   Training:  Ohashi Institute, NYC, Swedish Institute, NYC   Offerings at MBSY:  Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Shiatsu   Why did you become a healer?:  In my genes, soul and spirit. The study of the inner energetic and physiology of the body is a natural attraction for me. Saying anything else would be like calling The Dao...The Dao.   Your healing philosophy:  Create a new you because returning to what you were has past.   Life outside the studio:  Anime. Meditation. Food. Study. Chi-Kung. Sleep....not necessarily in that order.   Life philosophy/Favorite quote:  'What more can be said...about anything.' - Me

Name: Jaja Bolden

Hometown: NYC

Training: Ohashi Institute, NYC, Swedish Institute, NYC

Offerings at MBSY: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Shiatsu

Why did you become a healer?: In my genes, soul and spirit. The study of the inner energetic and physiology of the body is a natural attraction for me. Saying anything else would be like calling The Dao...The Dao.

Your healing philosophy: Create a new you because returning to what you were has past.

Life outside the studio: Anime. Meditation. Food. Study. Chi-Kung. Sleep....not necessarily in that order.

Life philosophy/Favorite quote: 'What more can be said...about anything.' - Me

jaja bolden

 
Name:  Adam Alexander   Hometown:  Russia, Moscow   Training:  CUNY School Of Queens (2009).   Offerings at MBSY:  Swedish, Deep-tissue, Therapeutic, Thai massage.   Why did you become a healer?:  I become a healer, because it comes naturally to me, it happens almost itself.   My healing philosophy is:  I usually tell everyone: "Try to get a massage once a month and stay healthy!" Yoga, exercises, clean diet, and good sleep is the path to longevity!   Life outside of the studio:  My full-time occupation right now is a lot of hard work in a office in downtown Manhattan at the Arbitration Incorporated Association. I live in Washington Heights, and I love being a part-time healer at MBSY in order to help community to feel better and I get to meet more interesting and exciting people!   My Life philosophy:  This is my favorite subject...I would like to find the answers on at least some of the rhetorical questions: Why are we here? Who created the Universe? Where are we going? What is the meaning of life?, etc. I consider myself as philosopher who is looking for the answers, and that's my philosophy for now....

Name: Adam Alexander

Hometown: Russia, Moscow

Training: CUNY School Of Queens (2009).

Offerings at MBSY: Swedish, Deep-tissue, Therapeutic, Thai massage.

Why did you become a healer?: I become a healer, because it comes naturally to me, it happens almost itself.

My healing philosophy is: I usually tell everyone: "Try to get a massage once a month and stay healthy!" Yoga, exercises, clean diet, and good sleep is the path to longevity!

Life outside of the studio: My full-time occupation right now is a lot of hard work in a office in downtown Manhattan at the Arbitration Incorporated Association. I live in Washington Heights, and I love being a part-time healer at MBSY in order to help community to feel better and I get to meet more interesting and exciting people!

My Life philosophy: This is my favorite subject...I would like to find the answers on at least some of the rhetorical questions: Why are we here? Who created the Universe? Where are we going? What is the meaning of life?, etc. I consider myself as philosopher who is looking for the answers, and that's my philosophy for now....

adam rockwell

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Name: Margaret Kellogg    Hometown: Albany, NY    Training: Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy. William Smith College Religious Studies Major. One year at Ananda Ashram.    Offerings at MBSY: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Prenatal, Sports Massage, Aromatherapy.    Why did you become a healer? I like to help people in a way that is gentle, effective, and safe. Massage sometimes can be an alternative to surgery and pain   medication. It’s good for your nervous system, digestion, skin, and muscles.    Life outside the studio: At the moment, I am doing a mixture of political volunteer work and teaching myself how to code. But I have spent a lot of my life in spiritual study.

Name: Margaret Kellogg

Hometown: Albany, NY

Training: Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy. William Smith College Religious Studies Major. One year at Ananda Ashram.

Offerings at MBSY: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Prenatal, Sports Massage, Aromatherapy.

Why did you become a healer? I like to help people in a way that is gentle, effective, and safe. Massage sometimes can be an alternative to surgery and pain medication. It’s good for your nervous system, digestion, skin, and muscles.

Life outside the studio: At the moment, I am doing a mixture of political volunteer work and teaching myself how to code. But I have spent a lot of my life in spiritual study.

margaret kellogg