Chelsea Piers Field House is the place to go if you can't live without
your favorite sports while visiting the Big Apple. Basketball, roller and
ice skating, mountain climbing, batting cages, golf driving range, gymnastics-
you name it, it's there.For you and your kids. Fee per activity. It's a scene!
Chelsea Piers Sports Center is a membership club, but you can use
it for the day for $26. Basketball court, weight, swimming, mountain climbing.
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For the stressed out traveler, a therapeutic massage in your hotel room at
day's end- or before an important business dinner can be a boon to your physical
and mental health. Therapeutic massage is often recommended as a method of
reducing the effects of jet lag. We mean "therapeutic" massage, not the other
kind. We'll be listing the best in each city. For starters, here's a list
of several of New York's highly regarded, gifted massage therapists who visit
clients in their homes or hotels rooms,speak several languages and come highly
Martha Lipton - (212-662-9292) Swedish massage - Speaks Italian
Kim Heinlein - (212-586-5820) Shiatsu/Swedish, works on swimmers, speaks French
Joel Wolfe - (718-625-4181) Swedish/Sports, works on dancers/athletes
Christine Mielenhausen - (718-369-0642), Swedish/medical, speaks German
Rene Santomauro - (212-315-2776) Swedish, speaks Italian
If you're suffering from muscle aches and pains from the stress of travel or business meetings and you
have benefitted from Shiatsu or Reflexology before, in Paris call Marie-Helene Reynaud at (01)
48-92-93-78. She's a top professional and knows her business. She also visits New York periodically and
you can reach her at (212) 715-6889. She'll visit you in your home or hotel by appointment.
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