Dreamclinic Massage to Offer Service at Seattle University

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Dreamclinic Massage Now Offering Service at Seattle University

SEATTLE, WA January 7, 2016 — Dreamclinic Massage has announced it will begin massage services on Seattle University’s campus in January 2016 for their faculty, staff and students.

Seattle University discovered that stress levels among students are climbing.  Students have a heightened demand for excellence in today’s competitive market.  It is a rough economic climate causing difficulty securing financial independence. College students are more stressed out than ever before — at least according to the latest findings of a large, national survey that has been conducted annually for the last 25 years. The survey includes more than 200,000 students attending nearly 300 colleges and asks them to rate how their own mental health stacks up with their classmates.  The most recent results indicate that fewer and fewer freshmen feel like they are in top form in terms of coping with stress.

Helping students alleviate stress has become a primary focus for Seattle University. As a result, starting in 2016, Seattle University is offering massage services on its campus for faculty, staff and students. Regular massage is an excellent method for combating the effects of stress and enhancing one’s health. Reducing one’s stress response not only feels good at the time, it improves one’s ability to focus and be successful academically. Not only does massage feel fantastic, it is also fantastic for your health!

Many businesses have already adopted workplace massage, seeing its benefits of reducing stress and improving productivity for employees.  Colleges are now realizing those same benefits apply to their students’ overall health and well-being. Seattle University chose Dreamclinic for its on-campus seated massage based on its standing as the leading provider of therapeutic massage services in the region. Dreamclinic is offering massage services at select dorm locations on the Seattle University campus as of January 2016.

About Dreamclinic

Dreamclinic is a trusted brand for Wellness, providing quality therapeutic massage and acupuncture in the greater Seattle area and at workplaces in Washington, Oregon, California, Utah, and South Carolina.  Dreamclinic Workplace Massage division has earned the trust of top employers that make health care options for their staff a priority.  Dreamclinic’s list of Workplace clients include companies such as Boeing, Twitter Seattle, Raytheon, Seattle University, and Essentia Water. Dreamclinic’s approach is to truly understand the goals of each client, then tailor each session to meet the individual client’s needs.  To ensure the highest level of care, Dreamclinic hires only medically informed, highly skilled therapeutic professionals that are also genuinely passionate about helping others take control of their health.

Founded in 2003, Dreamclinic has garnered multiple industry awards for excellence in bodywork, including “Allure Magazine, Best of Yelp, Best of Citysearch, Seattle Magazine, and King 5 Best of Western Washington.”   In 2015, Dreamclinic made the nationwide Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies List and was also recognized as one of Puget Sound Business Journal’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies.  For more information, visit dreamclinic.com.

About Seattle University

Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 50 acres in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. More than 7,400 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within nine schools and colleges.  Seattle University is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review‘s Best Colleges guide.  Each year, Seattle University has a regional economic impact approaching $525 million.

Nolie Durham
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