Holistic Alternatives Huntington
380 Park Ave. Huntington, NY 11743
Mon 8am to 8pm Tue 8am to 8pm Thu 8am to 8pm Sat 8am to 3pm
Holistic Alternatives Sayville
275 West Main St. Sayville, NY 11782
Wed 8am - 8pm Fri 8am - 3pm
$ MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED
NYSHIP Plans & Teachers Welcome!
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) & Health Savings Accounts (HSA) accepted, payable at time of service.
- Clinic FormsNew Patients: Please print & fill out the Holistic Alternatives clinic forms to speed up your intake process during your 1st visit.
In addition to our primary space in Huntington, NY, we have added a second location in Sayville, NY for your added convenience.
Holistic Alternatives’ new (additional) location is:
275 West Main Street Sayville, NY 11782
Holistic Alternatives is “At Your Service”
When booking a session at our natural pain and stress relief centers, you receive much greater value compared to other massage-only places that give you a 50 minute massage with no other added modalities (unless paying extra for them).
At Holistic Alternatives, you receive the added value of experiencing all modalities during your session, at your discretion.
This can include: Therapeutic Massage (while laying on an Amethyst Biomat), Acupuncture, Cupping, Reiki, Nutrition and more. All of this combined can give you the most optimal and effective pain and/or stress relief.
New Sayville location deals:
30 minutes for $60
60 minutes for $90
Treating now in both Huntington & Sayville locations!
380 Park Avenue Huntington, NY 11743
275 West Main Street Sayville, NY 11782
Available appointment hours:
(Closed Sundays both locations)
Wednesday 8am – 8pm
Friday 8am – 3pm
Monday, Tuesday & Thurs 8am – 8pm
Saturday 8am – 3pm
$ Most Insurances Accepted
NYSHIP (New York Society for Health Planning) Accepted
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) & Health Savings Accounts (HSA) accepted as payment.
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