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The owners, Carlos and Katie Perez, are eager to offer the community a healing therapy after the pandemic has caused great stress on many people. Carlos Perez said massage helps "people get ready to recover, if they are going through trauma, massage helps them prepare people to heal both physically and emotionally. It has been an intense year. I feel like this is a way we can help people get back into the world.
Carlos Perez came to the United Capital district massage from Venezuela when he was six years old so his mother could complete her doctorate. He has worked as a physical therapist for 25 years. Currently, he works in a school district in Ulster County, working with students with disabilities.
ly, he ran an outpatient clinic where he saw how massage therapy positively impacted his patients' treatments.
Similarly, Katie has worked for over 28 years in the health care industry. As a nursing home administrator, she has seen first-hand the importance of massage therapy, especially over the past year. People come to the nursing home to live, not die. Katie hopes to provide discounts to healthcare workers in the Albany area at the spa in the future.
Carlos and Katie Perez live in Kingston and will keep their current jobs for now. Capital district massage Donnelly will be managing the spa day-to-day.
Their spa is planned to open on on June 14th. The spa is planned to open on on June 14th.Capital district massage
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