Earth-friendly massage clinic founded in Mich. growing

Earth-friendly massage clinic founded in Mich. growing nationwide

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(WJBK) - Getting a massage can have multiple benefits, from stress relief to improved concentration. But, massages at a franchise founded in metro Detroit are even beneficial to the environment.

Allie Mallad tells FOX 2's Robin Schwartz the idea for convenient and affordable massages hit him one day while he was jogging. The company started in 2008, and now Massage Green Spa is growing across the country.

Twenty-three locations are in Michigan, with seven more expected by the end of summer. It's also the official massage therapy clinic for the Detroit Lions and Tigers. Mallad says more than 500 Massage Green Spas are in development across the country.

Watch this edition of the FOXe Report to learn how the buildings and products used by the clinic are environmentally friendly.

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