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Massage Therapy: SHCC@CorryVillage

PHONE: (352) 392-1433
24/7 voicemail line; all calls will be returned.

LOCATION: SHCC@Corry Village,
Corry Circle (off of Village Drive/SW 25th Street),
Building 278, Apartment 12

HOURS (subject to change during holidays/breaks):
NOTE: Last appointment ends at 4pm
- Summer: M–F 8am–4:30pm

SERVICES PROVIDED BY: 
Ann B. Moore
BA, RN, LMT, RFS, NCTMB, CEES
MA24183

Please note the following:

  • Fees for services are automatically sent to the client’s UF account; no money is exchanged during the time of service.
    • BONUS: You DO NOT need to pay the off-semester health fee to access Massage Therapy during the Summer! Fee for services only are sent to the client’s UF account.
  • SHCC@CorryVillage does not accept any form of insurance as payment for massage therapy services.
  • Ergonomic education and stress reduction techniques are incorporated into treatments as needed.

How to make an appointment

Please note that 24-hour cancellation notification is requested. Call (352) 392-1433 and leave a message 24/7. NOTE: A $5 fee may charged to the UF account of no-show clients.

  1. Click here to view the massage menu and choose which treatment best meets your needs.
  2. Call the voicemail-only appointment line at (352) 392-1433 and leave a detailed message including:
    • – Name, phone number and UF ID
    • – Name of the treatment from the menu and length of time
    • – Two choices of preferred appointment dates and times
    • – NOTE: Last appointment ends at 4pm.
  3. Click here to view transportation, parking and directions details to SHCC@CorryVillage.

Massage 101: Good to know before your appointment

  • Wear comfortable/loose clothing.
  • Remove jewelry before your appointment.
  • Arrive 5 minutes prior to your appointment.
  • Massage should not be uncomfortable except occasionally with deep tissue work.
  • May apply cool compress to affected areas up to 20 minutes, four times a day after deep tissue work.
  • It is not unusual to feel thirsty after treatment, so be sure to hydrate.
  • Massage does not replace medical treatment.

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