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 Staff Day 2015

On behalf of Staff Council, we would like to thank all of the volunteers that helped make the day a success!


Wellness Chair Massages Now Being Offered

 Healthy for Life is now offering 15 minute chair massages for employees. Research shows the positive effects of massage therapy on job performance and mental alertness resulting in improved accuracy and the reduced stress-induced illnesses. Anyone who has ever sat behind a desk all day will recognize the symptoms of workplace fatigue. Sitting in a massage chair opens up the back muscles, relieves strain on the neck and provides a gentle break for eyes usually glued to a computer monitor. Even 15 minutes of massage to the neck, back, arms and hands can increase circulation, returning energy levels and helping keep the body injury free. Registration is required with a minimum of 10 people registered. 

DATE: July 1st-August 26th(Wednesdays)

TIME: 11:00a.m-2:00p.m.

LOCATION: 204 Centennial Hall

Cost: $15 for 15 minutes

Register: Amanda Hunter-Kelley (Licensed Massage Therapist) amandadfkelley@outlook.com or (573) 466-9084

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