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First Two Businesses Now Open At Otto 79

Friday 21 December 2018


From US newspaper The Lititz Record Express:


Bryna Freeman
Bryna Freeman operates A Healing Touch
Therapeutic Massage inside Suite 206 of “Otto 79.”

First two businesses now open at Otto 79

By Cory Van Brookhoven
December 19, 2018
Copyright © 2018 The Lititz Record Express, a member of LNP MEDIA GROUP, Inc.

Following an extensive renovation to the building, the first two businesses located inside “Otto 79” (79 E. Main St.) are now open for business. The structure, owned by Steve and Jennifer Young, is a multi-use space in downtown Lititz.


A Healing Touch
A Healing Touch Therapeutic Massage, located at Suite 206, is now open for business.

Owner Bryna Freeman spent years working out of her home in Lititz, but eventually moved her business to another one of the Young’s properties in East Petersburg. But Freeman saw that the building on the corner of Cedar and Main Streets in Lititz (the future home of Otto 79) was for sale last year, and mentioned the news to Young, who decided to take a look at the building. The rest is history.

Freeman originally relocated to the area from New York City in 2005 to be closer to her parents. Prior to becoming a massage therapist, she was a flight attendant for Trans World Airlines for 13 years. But a year after Sept. 11, she was furloughed due to cutbacks in the industry.

Freeman attended The Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York City, receiving her degree in massage therapy, and then working as a massage therapist for one of the biggest health clubs in New York City. She then relocated to Lancaster County, and after working at a local company for two years, she decided it was time to open her own business, quickly building up at loyal clientele base. She has also always had an interest in alternative health after being diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the early nineties. At the time, her doctor was prescribing experimental medications and when she found these were not working for her, so she decided to try the all-natural path and found great success.


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