A Japanese massage parlour has started a campaign to help people with pre-existing conditions afford their massage appointments.
Key points:The campaign is called “Save the Lingerie” and aims to raise money to help pay for the monthly bills of those with disabilities, and to fund a research and development programme for massage therapists in JapanIt is also asking people to “Save” a few more dollars at massage parls, such as “saving” a large bag of sweets to pay for a massageThe campaign started on the official Facebook page of the Japan Society for the Rehabilitation of Disabilities (JRSD) in Japan, with a goal of raising a minimum of $10,000.
The organisation says there are around 1,500 massage parltours in Japan and that in order to help those with physical or mental disabilities, it will be taking donations of up to $100 a month.
The campaign has already raised $12,000 and is hoping to raise more in the next 24 hours.
The JRSD has a program in which people with disabilities can access a massage parlor for up to two hours a day.
The program aims to give people with physical and mental disabilities access to a massage therapist for as little as $100.
It is a good idea for people to go to the parlours and pay for their massage with cash and credit cards, said Dr Amy Linton, an Australian massage therapist with JRSG.
“They can get it done for $100 and they can go home with a smile on their face,” she said.
“There are lots of people out there with disabilities who just want to have a safe, safe experience.”
That’s why I think we’re going to have to do something about it, so we can give them that experience, and that’s why we need this.
“The organisation is asking people with the following conditions to consider donating to the campaign:Those who have had a stroke or are on a wheelchair, or have a condition that limits the ability to walk, can still use a lift to get to the massage parlance.”
It is important for them to be able to get the massage because they are in pain,” Dr Linton said.
People with a mental disability can still get a massage.
For people who do not have a physical disability, the JRS DSS is also working to give them access to the same services.
The group said it has also started a social media campaign on Facebook, in which it asks people to donate a couple of dollars at a time.”
If you are interested in the Lancera JRS, you can help us get this campaign going, and you can even get a few extra dollars at the end of the month to help cover some of the costs of our research and testing program,” the group said.
The money will be used to pay bills for those who have a disability.
The project is run by the JrsD and the Society for Disability Rights in Japan (SDRJ), with the JresD acting as the project manager.
The Australian group has also set up a Facebook page and Twitter account to raise funds.