Construction begins on Elements Massage’s new Mequon location

    Construction is scheduled to begin on Monday on Elements Massage’s new location at the Mequon Town Center, 11215 N. Cedarburg Road. The 2,044-square-foot studio built by Waukesha-based Total Team Construction LLC is expected to open in late July, according to Aimee Matchette, the area director for Wisconsin and owner of the Whitefish Bay studio.

    Elements Massage is also currently in the site selection process for another location in Brookfield, which Matchette hopes to open this fall.

    “We’ve had tremendous growth, and we’re looking to add more employees,” she said.

    An estimated 50 to 75 positions are anticipated to be filled over the next few months across all of Elements Massage’s current and forthcoming Wisconsin locations, according to Matchette. The Mequon location is seeking a manager, and most of the other open positions are for therapists and front desk employees.

    In addition to the forthcoming Mequon and Brookfield locations, Elements Massage currently operates locations in Whitefish Bay and Elm Grove. The Madison area also has three locations in Sun Prairie, Fitchburg and Middleton.

    Since last year, Elements Massage has added 37 jobs in Wisconsin, and the additional 50 to 75 jobs represent a current growth of 60 percent and planned growth of 140 percent.

    Matchette said the growth is driven by a demand in the marketplace for massages.

    “People really want to take care of themselves and why not do it in a way that feels good too,” she said. “We all need that extra attention, love and care in a physical way that’s not sexual.”

    Elements Massage has 200-plus locations nationally, and the Mequon location is one of 11 currently in the works to be opened soon. Matchette said potential opportunities for development exist in Pewaukee, Grafton, West Bend and Greenfield.

    Interested candidates can apply for a job at Elements Massage by visiting

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