Our 1st “how to” Video


Let’s Welcome our New Therapist/Reflexologist

Introducing  Suzie Pantalone, LMT. She is a 2015-16 Graduate of Career Training Academy in Pittsburgh. She landed a job at a high end salon in Pittsburgh holding the position for over two years. She is looking to grow her massage career closer to home before she leaves the Burgh.
Suzie was born and raised in the local area of Westmoreland County and moved to Texas for 13 years for love and returned to her roots in 2007. Needing to find a new career she stumbled onto the massage profession and took a leap of changing professions. She has a daughter in college and living her life in Latrobe right now looking to move closer to Ligonier.
Meeting Suzie was a breath of fresh air to have a fellow therapist in front of me so passionate about massage and people,she reminds me of my younger massage days 12 years ago! I thought I could change humanity with massages. She made me alive again with enthusiasm for taking care of people and catering to their needs. I think Suzie will WOW you with her love for massage.

She is looking to stay with us for a long time and grow our Reflexology program. She is taking Tuesdays starting at 4 hour shifts. Opening up 2 more evening(s) at ETM for massage or Reflexology  Thursdays/Fridays making us a 5 day a week 12 hours a day massage location. Open every Saturday and 2 Sundays a month Suzie may take Sundays in the near future.

Aspiring LMT would love to meet you in the massage space.

A New Therapist !!

Let”s give a warm welcome to Ms. Dani Greene from Philly; a Licensed Massage Therapist for over two and a half years and just moved to this area and heard about a position at ETM, through a therapist friend. Dani plans on marrying and staying in the area a long time.

I got to know her style and love for massage during the interview. She enjoys giving therapeutic Swedish Massage(s) and can go very deep if clients need a therapeutic Deep Tissue massage. The 2 most known and popular massage choices but, Hot Stone Massages was a specialty at the last place she worked! Advancing quickly and training LMT’s specific to this modality and helping the company open up a new location! She is also very confident to take on 2nd trimester women for prenatal massage due to her excellent training. Dani is trained in the technique of Gua Sha. It helps with pain similar to cupping. We will run a special so you can experience and understand this old Chinese Medicine tradition for pain and balance. Another new modality to this space will be the cold stone face massage she gives as a stand alone or along with any session.


Dani’s background career is in the hospitality industry. It has helped her transition into the massage lifestyle. She enjoys providing and educating clients on healthy touch and the benefits of receiving regular massage therapy. Outside of her massage career she told me how she likes to recharge to be her best, by spending time outdoors and spending time with her dog, Bruno, and hanging out with family and friends.


Dani came from an area that took massage very seriously. It was “walk-in city and re-booking easy”. I hope our town takes advantage of this new talented therapist.


Check out her specials online! She is really looking forward to growing her new massage family here in Ligonier.

Dani’s start date is Sept 7th Thursday! We will welcome Dani and her new schedule every Thursday 9am to 2pm and 2 Saturdays a month. Rebooking Rates with Dani all month reaching all your massage needs.


Benefits of Infrared Saunas

Chromotherapy violet calms the nervous system, soothe organs and relax muscles.

Sunlight is a combination of visible light and invisible light. The seven colors of the rainbow are visible lights, and infrared rays and ultraviolet rays are invisible lights. Infrared rays are one of the sun’s rays. Infrared rays are the healthiest, penetrate into your skin deeply and they dissolve harmful substances accumulated in your body. The Infrared Rays vitalize your cells and metabolism.

Far infrared waves penetrate deep into our body for a deep heating action, which allows for the body to activate the sweat glands. The sweat glands offer one of only a few mechanisms that the body has to eliminate toxins and since the skin is the largest organ in the human body it is apparently a very good means for elimination.


When far infrared waves are applied to water molecules (comprising 70% of our body) these molecules begin to vibrate. This vibration reduces the ion bonds and the eventual breakdown of the water molecules causes encapsulated gases and other toxic materials to be released.


The sun is the primary source of radiant energy, but not all of this energy is beneficial. Although life needs energy from the sun, too much sunlight damages the skin. Far infrared heat provides all the healthy benefits of natural sunlight without any of the dangerous effects of solar radiation.

For years, the healthcare industry recommended infrared heat lamps as a source of far infrared heat but the lamps were cumbersome, extremely hot and difficult to maintain at a constant temperature. Today, many healthcare professionals use far infrared infrared heaters to treat a variety of diseases throughout the world. Clearlight Infrared Saunas use state of the art Carbon/Ceramic True Wave II heaters.

The efficacy of far infrared waves is very broad and the subject of recent study by NASA. Among the infrared waves, the far infrared rays, which have a wavelength of 8-14 microns, are especially good for the human body. These waves have the potential to penetrate 1.5 to 2 inches or more into the body allowing for deep heat and raising your core body temperature from deep inside. The deep heat and far infrared is why scholars believe that the Ondol (traditional warm floor of Korea) is good for health because the materials for the Ondol are stone and earth both of which radiate far infrared waves when heated.

The far infrared rays consist of similar wavelengths as that which is emitted naturally by the human body. This is one potential explanation of why many feel energetically rejuvenated and balanced from contact with far infrared waves. It is also believed that far infrared waves help improve blood circulation and recovery from fatigue.

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Ohiopyle Location is Open

This is the only location in Western Pennsylvania where you can get massage by the minute! Open 11 am until 8 pm.  We’re located in a old Victorian home right in the heart of the 2 block by 2 block Ohiopyle.