Massage therapy services are available at Health & Wellness (4 Pettee Brook Lane, 2nd floor). We are unable to offer prenatal massages at this time.
Massage therapy is available to UNH students, employees, and dependents. Massage therapy sessions are 50-minute appointments with licensed massage therapists.
Massage Therapy is good for...
- Increasing relaxation and decreasing stress
- Relieving muscular tension and relaxing muscle spasms
- Increasing blood circulation
- Stimulating the lymphatic system to boost the immune system and get rid of toxins in the body
- Improving flexibility, movement, and joint strength
- Promoting overall healing, health, and well-being
- Helping to prevent future medical issues
Students (Undergraduate and Graduate)
- $50 traditional massage
- $60 stone massage
Employees & Dependents
- $55 traditional massage
- $65 stone massage
Please note: We are not able to offer prenatal massages.
Gift certificates are available for traditional and hot stone massages by phone during normal business hours. Please order from the Living Well Services office at (603) 862-3823.
Make an Appointment
- Call 603) 862-9355
- Online (web-booking for appointments is not available during summer)
Appointments are available two days a week with morning and afternoon availability. Appointments may be booked at Health & Wellness.
For a list of our massage therapists, visit our Staff page.
Cancellation & Missed Appointments
You must cancel your appointment 24 hours before the start of your appointment time, or you will be charged a no-show fee.
Appointments and CancellatiON
Types of Massage Therapy at UNH
- TRADITIONAL MASSAGE is the most common form of massage therapy in the United States. It is a very relaxing form of massage that uses long, gentle kneading strokes to improve circulation and to reduce stress.
- STONE MASSAGE is a form of massage that uses heated stones placed on the body to warm the body and loosen tight muscles. Stone Massage is often used for muscle tension, back pain, stress-relief and insomnia. You should let the therapist know if the stones are too warm.
If you are pregnant, have high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes or are under a clinical practitioner's care, we recommend that you consult your practitioner before receiving a hot stone massage.
If you are booking your first massage, we recommend that you book a traditional massage.