A MOUNT Beauty massage therapist is the latest trader to get a chance to show off her business as part of a regional store partnership in Albury.
Jocelyn Scherf opened her salon Jos Therapies at Myer Albury this week.
It is the second business to have taken part in the pop-up business program, following Wodonga milliner Tania Scott’s concession store selling handmade headpieces.
Ms Scherf is offering treatments seven days a week for the next six months.
These include one hour or 90-minute massage treatments covering aromatherapy for relaxation or a deep tissue remedial treatment.
Ms Scherf said she also offered reflexology treatments — including a foot soak and salt scrub — and 30-minute aromatherapy facials.
A range of skin care products can also be bought.
“I attended an open night at the store recently to find out more about Myer’s new regional partnership program and I am absolutely thrilled that I have now been chosen to take part in it,” Ms Scherf said.
“I started my business several years ago in Mount Beauty and I have many local clients.
“But this new partnership with Myer is a fantastic opportunity for me to showcase my services and products to a much wider clientele.”
Myer Albury manager Alvar Poulton said he was delighted Jos Therapies was operating in the store.
“We are always looking for ways to extend our merchandise offered in new and exciting ways and Jos Therapies really fits the bill,” he said.