News

  • Chicago Tribune Profiles Elements Bannockburn Studio

    The TribLocal Highland Park & Deerfield section of the Chicago Tribune profiled the Elements Bannockburn studio and owner Suzanne Rossi. “I love providing something to people that is truly so good for their health,” said Rossi. To read the full story, please click here.

  • Journal News Features Elements White Plains Owners

    The Journal News included owners Guillermo & Patty Franco of our new Elements White Plains studio in a article about local entrepreneurs who chose to go with a franchise system. “We wanted to be in a business we could be excited about,” said Patty.  “We saw the growth with Elements was steady.” To see the […]

  • New Elements Massage Studio Opens in Campbell

    The Campbell Patch announced the opening of the new Elements Massage Campbell studio, owned by Sally and Roger LaPierre. “What sets us apart is our dedication to listening to clients’ needs in order to pair them with the right massage therapist. We identify key details such as type of massage desired, specific pressure needs and […]

  • Elements Massage Opens Doors in Lynnwood

    Lynnwood Today announced the opening of our new Elements Massage Alderwood studio, owned by David Brown and Michael Hrankowski. “What sets us apart is our dedication to listening to clients’ needs in order to pair them with the right massage therapist. We identify key details such as type of massage desired, specific pressure needs and […]

  • Entrepeneur.com Profiles Elements Salem Owner Jackie Martinez

    Entrepreneur.com profiled Jackie Martinez, owner of our new Salem studio who started with Elements as a therapist in 2008. “By working for Elements for five years prior to purchasing my first location, I knew this company well,” said Martinez. “I, along with a growing number of clients, believe in the benefits of massage as a […]

  • Elements Massage Studio to Open in White Plains

    Westfair Online previewed the upcoming opening of our new Elements White Plains studio. “The average person is on a tight budget, and it’s hard to pay $100 to $150 for a massage,” studio owner Patty Franco said. “We want to run an efficient operation at reasonable price points.” To read the full story, please click […]

  • San Ramon Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Elements Massage

    The San Ramon Chamber of Commerce welcomed Elements Massage to town with a photo of the ribbon-cutting ceremony and write-up about the new studio. “Jeyanthi Subramaniam, who owns the new Elements Massage studio in San Ramon with her husband, always had a desire to be part of the health and wellness industry and that led […]

  • New Elements Studio Opens in North Carolina

    The Cary News published a photo from the ribbon-cutting ceremony of our new Elements Cary studio. “Elements Massage opened with a ribbon cutting with the Cary Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 23 at 3675 SW Cary Parkway.” To see the photo, please click here.

  • Wall Street Journal References Elements Massage

    The Wall Street Journal included Elements Massage in a article about how franchising has become an attractive business model for foreign investors. “Chains such as YoBlendz, Elements Therapeutic Massage and Battery Giant have begun pitching themselves to well-heeled foreign buyers using so-called EB-5 visas as a selling point. The federal program, launched in 1990, gives […]

  • G.I. Jobs Magazine Features Brentwood Studio Owner Allan Larson

    G.I. Jobs Magazine ran a full-page profile of Elements Massage Brentwood owner and former Green Beret Allan Larson in the publication’s February issue. “Business is something that has always interested me,” says Larson,  “I finished my degree in management while I was in the Army to help prepare for the transition to the business world.  […]

  • Newest Elements Massage Studio Opens in New Jersey

    The Wayne Patch interviewed Ted and Zita Stratis in conjunction with the opening of their new Elements Massage Riverdale studio. “We, first and foremost, offer clients therapeutic massages,” said Ted. “We want to listen to our clients’ needs and address them individually.” For the full story, please click here.

  • Elements Massage Expands Into Simi Valley

    The Encino-Tarzana Patch announced the opening of the new Elements Massage Simi Valley studio and quoted its owner, Carolyn Boucher. “The Elements franchise was founded on the healing benefits of massage, and we’re looking forward to making a positive impact in our clients’ lives,” said Boucher. For the full story, please click here.