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About Us


....built on community

Established in 2017, the StrongHouse Studio is the perfect venue to host your next educational seminar or meeting. 

Located at One Factory Square in Southington, CT, the studio has enough open space for both hands on and lecture style classes.   With enough seating for up to 20 attendees, 6 massage tables in house, and a private massage room with a hydraulic table for individual tutorial, the 1039 sq. ft. studio is an intimate alternative to the larger hotel and school venues.  StrongHouse is adaptable, comfortable, and set for service.  We have a 72" wall mounted smart tv with HDMI, Wi-Fi, and Share Screen technology for a clean, clear display of your visual presentations.  

The StrongHouse Studio is:

  • A fully furnished massage therapy studio with 6 massage tables, 2 thai massage mats, and a massage chair.

  • Handicap accessible with an elevator to the second floor

  • Surrounded by excellent restaurants within walking distance

  • Located on the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail for a little exercise before or after class

  • Equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, and even a kitchen sink for attendees to use

Hourly and daily rental rates are available.  

Scott Raymond LMT

In the summer of 2017, after 19 years working in and volunteering for the massage therapy profession, Scott was diagnosed with a sudden onset of Transverse Myelitis.  This diagnosis left him unable to walk, stand, or even roll over in bed.  After spending most of his summer at Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford, CT, his massage community rallied around him and gave him the support that he and his family desperately needed.  The creation of the StrongHouse Studio is direct result of that support.  Scott was able to focus on his family, building physical strength, maintaining emotional stability, and creating a new business model that would ultimately fit his new "normal".

He moved his 15 years private practice from downtown Newington, into a handicap accessible building closer to his home. He began to expand his services to include continuing education and hosting quality educators from all over the country.  


As an educator, an active volunteer with the American Massage Therapy Association, and an advocate to eliminate human trafficking from hiding behind the health care profession of massage therapy, Scott continues to work with his private clients and refine his practice.

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