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Hughes opens massage therapist office

PRINCETON — Amy Hughes, a licensed massage therapist, has opened her own office in Princeton at 111 Park Ave. East in the lower level of the Trimble Building.

Hughes, originally from Traverse City, Mich., moved to Princeton about six years ago after getting married. She graduated in 2005 from Blue Heron Academy of Healing Arts and Sciences, based in Grand Rapids, Mich.

She has been a therapist at several other Princeton businesses in the last six years before opening her own business in July of 2013.

She specializes in deep tissue massages, but also offers Swedish, hot stone, prenatal massages as well as headache relief treatments. She also does salt scrubs, facials and chair massages.

She has also been offering Raindrop treatments and Young Living essential oil massages.

“It has always been my ultimate goal to open my own office,” she said. “I pride myself on individualizing each massage and listening, instinctively through the power of touch.”

Hughes said there are no two bodies exactly alike, as there are no two massages exactly alike.

“You will experience complete relaxation and well-being in a peaceful and comforting environment,” she said.

More information about Hughes can be found at www.amyhughesmassage.com or on her Facebook page titled, “Amy Hughes, LMT.” Her phone number is 815-872-1101.

Her office hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays; from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays; and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Her hours are flexible by special request.

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