Discount massages; minimal risk of paralysis.

Recently, my masseuse left this city and took her golden hands along with her. My body delights in rubs and kneads, and I find myself missing her touch upon my body.

Luckily, Lethbridge College’s Massage Therapy students need some hands-on experience, so they are running massage clinics three days a week this semester, from 5:30-8PM Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9:30AM-noon and 1-3:30PM on Saturdays. Twenty dollars gets you an hour, while $10 for 30-min.

What they lack in experience they make up for in fervour, so treat yourself and go for a massage! Call Joanna at 403-320-3211 to set up an appointment.

More free movies, courtesy the U of L Film Club

If you’re looking for a movie to broaden your horizons, I don’t suggest Battlefied Earth (unless you’re a Scientologist). Rather, look to The University of Lethbridge Film Club. The club screens everything from animation to documentaries twice weekly:

  • Sundays – faculty select the film. Screenings are at 6PM in PE275.
  • Mondays – the Film Club members vote on the film. Screenings are at 7PM at Galileo’s.

Formed earlier this year by Karla Carcamo, the club grew out of a need for artsy students to dress in black and critique films. Response thus far has been great, receiving much attention earlier this semester during “Rush Week” and plenty of additional student feedback.

Informal talks are usually held afterwards at the west side Backstreet, so members can drink away discovering their professor’s personal tastes.

Showings are free and everyone is welcome.

U of L Film Club (via Facebook)