East Longmeadow

Center Village Square (Starbuck's Plaza)


80 Center Square
East Longmeadow, MA 01028

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Massage As Part of Your Wedding Preparation

John L. Pantera Apr 4, 2018 Life

Congratulations! You’re engaged! Getting engaged and planning a wedding is a time to celebrate the love you have for your partner. Even though it’s an incredibly meaningful and exciting time in your life, there’s no doubt it’s also stressful. Between finding a venue, picking a date, finding the perfect dress, coming up with a guest list and so many parties...

The Power of Consistency

John L. Pantera Mar 14, 2018 Life

“It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently,” - Anthony Robbins. It’s safe to say that just about everyone would like to grow and make positive life changes this year. Many of us have these great goals in mind, but for whatever reason we lose sight of them. Maybe you’ve been wanting to lose weight,...

Mess Equals Stress: How to Declutter for Peace of Mind

John L. Pantera Jan 17, 2018 Life

They say, "tidy house, tidy mind". If you spend your time in a cluttered space, chances are you have a cluttered mind. But how can objects really effect your brain and why do we have clutter in the first place? No matter how tidy of a person you are, everyone has cluttered areas in their home. Maybe it's hidden away, but it's there - the basement, closets,...

How Can I Practice Essentialism?

John L. Pantera Nov 15, 2017 Life

Do you ever feel like you have too much? It can be an embarrassingly unique problem in our land of plenty in the United States, and yet so many of us live in a spirit of excess. This is a notion efficiently demonstrated by the fact that while the size of the average American home has nearly tripled over the last 50 years, there remains enough offsite rentable self-storage space...

How to Manage Back-to-School Stress

John L. Pantera Aug 23, 2017 Life

If we’re being honest, it starts with the back-to-school ads that start appearing in mid-July.  Sure, on the surface they’re innocently offering first dibs on budget-saving deals on pencils and rulers.  But with those early ads comes the first sneaky bit of school-time stress, and for many people it just multiplies after that.Now come late August, all of...

5 Ways to Slow Down Your Summer

John L. Pantera Jul 5, 2017 Life

Come September, it’s as common as back-to-school ads; people everywhere remark on how quickly the summer flew by.  With May we entertain summer visions of lazy days spent reading, swimming, and relaxing, and before we know it the summer has passed by in a flurry of activities and social engagements.  Wouldn't it be nice if we could slow things down a...

Why Massage Makes the Perfect Wedding Gift

John L. Pantera Jun 28, 2017 Life

As the Big Day draws near, you start happily checking items off your to-do list.  Flowers: check.  Dress and tux: of course.  Music playlist for the reception: finally yes.  Gifts for the important folks involved in the wedding: welllll . . . chances are you’re still hunting for JUST the right present, and could perhaps use a little inspiration. ...

How to Handle Tax Day Stress

John L. Pantera Apr 12, 2017 Life

It’s often said that Tax Day is, for many, our least-favorite day of the year.  If finances and employment are stressful for you on a regular basis, then it makes sense that you’re not a fan of the one day in the year that shines a big, unforgiving spotlight on those very issues.  In fact, 69% of us blame our stress on financial issues, and 65% of us blame...

Are You Being Kind to Yourself?

John L. Pantera Nov 15, 2016 Life

“Be kind whenever possible.  It is always possible.”  When you read this quote by the Dalai Lama, what comes to mind?  Coming to the aid of a neighbor down on her luck?  Showing patience to the coworker who regularly tromps on your nerves?  Volunteering at the local homeless shelter?  We’re guessing that, to you, “being kind”...

What Will You Let Go Of This Fall?

John L. Pantera Nov 9, 2016 Life

Cozy sweaters, fragrant pots of soup simmering in the slow-cooker, thick socks, many cups of hot chocolate or steaming tea – this season has us taking up all the cold-weather habits and supplies we tossed aside during the summer months.  Some fight this arrival of chilly weather as they would a home intruder – “how dare you?  Get out of here! ...

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