Massage & Wellness

Massage & Wellness

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NOTE: This program is temporarily closed.

A soothing massage can help you unwind, but that’s not all. Massage can be used as a therapy for an injury or chronic pain as well as for relaxation, stress management and improving energy and alertness. At St. Ann Center we offer massage for all ages, pets and trainings in techniques, like Benevolent Touch.

Massage Therapy Hours

Stein Campus, 2801 E. Morgan Ave.

Appointment times vary: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturdays, 8:30-noon (depending on the therapist’s schedule)

Our Pricing


At St. Ann Center, our certified massage therapists assess your needs and design each massage to accommodate your age and ability.

To make an appointment at the Stein Campus, contact:

Sandy Anderson at (414) 977-5056

NOTE: Everyone will be asked to complete an intake form prior to the massage.

Massage methods offered:

  • Swedish Massage. A good overall massage for all ages and abilities. Table and chair massages offered
  • Lymphatic Massage. A technique to help release toxins from the body, enhancing the immune system and reducing tissue swelling
  • Pregnancy Massage. A method designed to relieve the discomforts of pregnancy
  • Hot Stone Massage. The heat from the stones helps melt away stress and relaxes the muscles deeply, leaving you with a feeling of relief
  • Infant Massage Education. A course where you will learn the natural way to promote infant health and strengthen family bonds through nurturing touch. Session fee includes a manual
  • Foot Soak, Scrub and Sooth. A perfect way to rejuvenate your weary feet with aromatherapy salts and scrubs, along with foot and lower leg massage

Support from generous people, like you, creates this joyful intergenerational community.

Benevolent Touch

Learn the skill of healing touch.

Sr. Edna Lonergan, OSF, developed this technique using positive, gentle, nurturing touch to ensure the recipient that they are in a safe and caring environment. It’s an invaluable skill for those working with older adults and people with special needs.

Intergenerational Benevolent Touch

Learning Benevolent Touch is recommended for nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, recreation directors, activity aides, COTAs, therapists, social workers, chaplains and others who work with individuals with dementia or other disabilities. At St. Ann Center, that means we’ve even taught techniques to some of the young children at our center.


Benevolent Touch: A Manual for Caregivers

By Sr. Edna Lonergan, MS, OTR, MT and Cindy Becker, MSW

Communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia is a challenge for family members and professional caregivers alike. How can you convey a message of love and a feeling of safety when words don’t seem to work?

This 50-page manual explains the unique process called Benevolent Touch which uses positive tactile contact on another or one’s own skin with loving intent. Learn the skills you’ll need to enhance feelings of security and belonging and reduce agitation, hyperactivity and anxiety through the power of touch. The fully illustrated pages demonstrate massage techniques that have proven effective in improving quality of life for people with dementia, special needs or sensory loss due to aging, and beneficial for anyone dealing with everyday stress.

Cost: $150 (including shipping)

You can purchase the manual using the form below. To help us keep in touch, please list a name to which we can register each manual you purchase.

I can get through another day now that I’ve had my massage. It makes my worries and toxins go away—I feel great!”

~ Barb, St. Ann Center Wellness client since 1999

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