Do you have a Health Savings Account?

by Kath Admin on April 28, 2016

Do you have a HSA, a Health Savings Account?  Many employers have them for their employees.  It is an account where pre-taxed dollars are deposited on account for use for health care payments.  Some employers contribute 100% of the dollars.  Most commonly, the employer and employee contribute designated percentages.  Ask your employer if you have such an account and if so, ask if Massage Therapy is a designated health care expense and what they require:  prescription from your doctor or healthcare provider, receipt?

If they reimburse for Massage Therapy, I am able to accept payment from them and provide the necessary receipts you would require.

Don’t delay!


6th Anniversary!

by Kathleen Lynch on April 25, 2016

Please help me celebrate 6 years in Uptown!  As a way to thank all of my wonderful clients, 20% off all massages purchased in the month of May:  a 1 hour massage is only $56 + tax, and an 1.5 hour massage is only $84 + tax.  Gift Certificates may be purchased at this price as well.  I hope to see you soon!




5th Anniversary!

March 1, 2015

I am SO GRATEFUL for all of the wonderful clients I have worked with over these last 5 years at Kathleen Kaczuwka Lynch Healing Arts!  Five Years!  Even though I have been doing Massage Therapy and Energy Healing for 26 years,  I am starting my 6th year at The Citadel Building in Uptown Minneapolis!   How cool […]

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July 28, 2014

I have one of my sons, Sean Lynch, to thank for the help with this new business card. He squeezed it in between his techie job and making books.   It is hard to condense 25 years of experience into a 3.5″ x 2″ card.  It may be revised, yet; it seems to be growing […]

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3rd Anniversary!

June 20, 2013

Thank you for supporting me these three years!  It is with much joy and enthusiasm that I begin my 4th year at The Citadel Building in Uptown. 2013 is the year of transitions.  I don’t know about you, but it has been and is looking to be quite the ride!  Change can be exciting and […]

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February Massage Therapy Discounts!

February 6, 2013

From me to you, a Special offer for your Special Valentine. With Valentine’s Day approaching, perhaps you’d like to give that special loved one (self included!) a gift certificate for a Massage.  Check out my discounts below. I’m out of town right now and will be back on February 13th.  If you would like to purchase […]

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Leg cramps

August 7, 2011

Recently several clients have asked about relief for leg cramps.  Leg cramps may be caused from exercise, vitamin deficiency, after sleeping, exercising too soon after eating or possibly as a side effect from cholesterol medications.  You first ask yourself if you are doing anything differently.  Are you using your body differently?  Are you eating differently?  […]

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One Year Anniversary!

May 11, 2011

Thank You!  It has been one year since the Grand Opening of my Healing Arts office in Uptown.  I am so grateful for all of you wonderful clients whom  have made it such a success and a joy!  I appreciate that you value Massage Therapy and Healing Touch.  You have purchased gift certificates and packages, […]

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Experience the Gift of Healing!

December 10, 2010

Recognizing all the stresses of the holidays, the weather and the economy, I am offering an incentive to treat and nurture yourself or a loved one by reducing the charges for my services through January 2011.  The discounted rate for Massage Therapy and Energy Therapy treatments are:  1 hour:  $53.89 ($50 + tax),  1.5 hour: […]

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Fall Update and Sports Massage

November 18, 2010

The Twin Cities Marathon is called the most beautiful urban marathon in America and this year it lived up to it’s reputation!  It was crisp, cool and ablaze with color!  I participated this October by plying my trade with elite athletes prior to and after the marathon–real Sports Massage.  The elite athletes I worked with on […]

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