Path to Wellness NewsletterDecember 2014
About Susanna 
Susanna Krueger is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, licensed in DE and PA, 
in addition she holds a nursing degree from Germany.   

Susanna offers therapeutic massage and bodywork.
She is trained in  
  • Healing Touch
  • Body-Mind Acupressure
  • Myofacial Release (John Barnes)
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage (Dr. Vodder) 
To find out more visit
Associated with The Delaware Center for Conscious Living

1813 Marsh Road
Atrium (Upper Level)
Wilmington, DE 19810


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A Note from Susanna

Susanna Portrait

What do you love about the Holidays?

Is it the time off, looking for the beautiful snowflakes. spending time with friends and family and singing Christmas Carols?
The Holiday Season is a happy time - a time to be thankful for all the good things in our life. As you know, good health builds the foundation.
Give a Gift Certificate of support for Health and Well Being to yourself and the people you love!

The Gift of Massage is ... 
  • Appreciated when it's received.
  • Anticipated...
  • And thoroughly enjoyed when it's redeemed.
With the great Effects of massage, you can say: 
Goodbye, pain
- Hello,  dreams
- Nice to have you back, brain power
- Take that, colds
- Blues, be gone
- Shove off PMS
Happy Holidays to you and the people you love!

Please, share this e-mail with family and friends. We are all on our Path to Wellness and I am happy to answer questions and/or schedule an appointment. Please, call me - 484-354-8303. 


Yours in Health,


To buy a Gift Certificate CLICK HERE

"Massage is Real Medicine" 
 - Article from Health Magazine -




Having your honey rub your back is sweet, but it's tough to compete with the hands of a pro. A good massage therapist can make you feel like a new person. And now research suggests massage can ease insomnia, boost immunity, prevent PMS, and more. Maybe that's why hospitals are making it a standard therapy. 

"All of our surgery patients are offered the treatment -- I call it 'service with a smile' -- and it's a mandatory weekly prescription I give myself," says Mehmet C. Oz, M.D., director of the Cardiovascular Institute at New York Presbyterian Hospital--Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and a member of the board at LLuminari, a health-education company. 

Our advice: Enjoy your hands-on time with your sweetie, but set aside some time for a real massage, too. Here are some feel-good reasons: 


Goodbye, pain ... click here to read more