Ojas Wellness invites federal employees to attend yoga classes and will give 25 percent off massages until the government reopens

Starting today, Ojas Wellness Center will offer free yoga classes and discounted massage services to all federal employees with a valid ID. Discounts of 25 percent may be applied to massages scheduled before 5 p.m., Monday – Friday, until the government reopens.

“Financial and job uncertainty are among the biggest stressors in an individual’s life,” said Ojas owner, Kelly Wilkes. “As professional stress-fighters, we want to show our love and support for our federal workers in this incredibly difficult time.”
“With 300,000 federal workers in the Baltimore area, we’re seeing both clients and staff affected by the shutdown,” said Ojas co-owner, Rex Wilkes. “If we can positively impact these individuals’ health right now, we want to do it.”
Federal employees are asked to call any Ojas location for assistance in scheduling their massage appointments. Class schedules may be found online at
About Ojas Wellness Center:
Ojas Wellness Center provides high-quality massage, facials, yoga, Pilates, and acupuncture to the Baltimore community. Its Owings Mills location opened in 2003, followed by Hunt Valley in 2005, and Mt. Washington in 2008. Ojas Wellness Center is locally owned and operated by husband/wife team, Rex and Kelly Wilkes. In 2013, Ojas was awarded “Baltimore’s Best Massage” by Baltimore Magazine.
Our Mission:
Ojas Wellness Center believes in the potential for every individual to live a better life. Through a high standard of quality and service—Ojas Wellness Center’s singular mission is to help clients feel better.
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