1. All clients must wash their hands at the wash sink in the Practitioner hallway before they enter their Practitioner's room. Because of the quality of the soap in the restrooms, we will require you to use the soap at the wash station.
2. Please remember not to enter the waiting room until you have been checked in by one of our staff. When you're checked in, please keep your mask on while you are in our waiting room and common areas.
COVID Update at Central Penn
Welcome, Becky Magill!
Please welcome our latest addition to CPR, Becky Magill, LMT. Becky has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for a number of years and has a large selection of therapeutic and medical massage options for you to choose from.
This updated was posted at
7:00am, Friday, December 18, 2020
Inclement Weather Update at Central Penn Reflexology
There are approximately 7000 nerves and almost 250,000 nerve endings in each hand and foot. With literally thousands of reflex points located all over the body, our Reflexologists are continually learning the newest and most effective techniques available in the world.
Reflexology is as much a science as it is an art. Every Reflexologist has their style and personality that makes their sessions as unique as you are. While the styles of Reflexologists vary, their goal is still the same - to give you the very best reflexology treatment that's customized just for you!
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more about that Reflexologist.
Charles Brynan III, MRP
Meg Mautz, CR, CFR
Certified Facial Reflexologist
Anna Martin, CR
Becky Magill, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Reflexology Practitioners do not diagnose, treat or cure diseases and/or illnesses. If you have a health problem, medical emergency, or a general health question, we will always recommend that you should consult with your doctor. Reflexology is a complement to, not a replacement for, regular medical care. Information on our site should not be construed as medical advice.
Jeff McCreary, MRP