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I know more about knots than the Boyscouts.

-- David Rosenberg

Massage therapy serving southeastern Michigan.

Two locations to serve you, or at your place:
Ann Arbor Berkley
209 West Kingsley Street
( map )
(734) 662-6282
West 12 Mile Road
just west of Greenfield Road
(734) 662-6282

You can pay me when I meet you for your appointment with cash or a credit card.
Or if you choose a PayPal button below you can prepay for a session using a credit card. You don't need to have a PayPal account to use this service. Avoid worrying about finding a bank/ATM beforehand.
If you already have a Paypal Account then you can send payment directly to my Paypal linked email address:

Ann Arbor Berkley Your Place Longer Sessions
$45 - hour $65 - hour Please ask for price. Please ask for price.

Join the Men's Massage Classes which meet weekly.
Send me a message and put yourself on my email list.

Need a Free Ride?

Free $10 Uber ride: Promo Code
Code is davidr1382
Uber is a car service that will give you a ride to where you need to go, the airport, a bar, a friend's house.
Use Uber to take you to a massage appointment with me, or bring you to the massage classes.
If you sign up for the first time using the promo code above you get $15 of free rides.

Lyft is another car service like Uber.

Free $5 Lyft ride: Promo Code

Free Credit Card Processing

When you activate a Square account through my link below, you can process up to $1,000 in credit card sales for free during your first 180 days.
To start your Square account use the weblink
Square is an app on your smartphone which will come with a credit card swiper when you start the account.
Having the ability to easily process credit card payments is very convenient for your customers and enhances your service to them.
Square essentially transforms your Smart Phone or Tablet into an electronic cash register.

Get Paid to Answer this Health Insurance Survey

Anyone who bought a health insurance plan for 2017 though an exchange, you may be interested in this paid research study.
Here's a link to it
Not sure what their angle is, but they seem to be offering some kind of health concierge service, can't tell if this is a research study or paid marketing, but sketchy as their questions sounds, so far doesn't seem like a scam, and they paid me $50 for filling out the survey.
Up to you if you want to participate. (Note, where it asks for premiums, don't put zero even if that is what it is with subsidies, put your before subsidy premiums). Originally found through FatWallet.