Las Vegas, NV–(BUSINESS WIRE)–(BUSEWOMAN)–Las Vegas massage therapist and entrepreneur Yoni Lott has been honored with a $5,000 prize from Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Bureau (LVCCVB) in recognition of his contributions to the Las Vegas community.
Yoni Lell, who started his career at Las Vegas Lingerie and then became a masseuse, has been recognized with a personal prize of $5.5, which will be distributed to the local nonprofit.
The recipient is expected to be announced on April 8.
Yogi Lott is also a member of the Las Venetian Foundation, the nation’s largest local nonprofit for the disabled, and the organization’s Executive Director.
“Yoni has been instrumental in the local communities progress in making the Las Venezian a better place to live and work,” said LVCCVB Executive Director Jeff Sargent.
“He has helped make Las Vegas a safer, more welcoming place to visit and live.
We are thrilled to honor his incredible contributions and look forward to sharing more of his work with the public in the years to come.”
Lott, a self-described “gymnast” who specializes in “yoni and bodywork,” was a founding member of Las Vegas’ first Yoni Spa and was the first massage therapist to open a full-service massage establishment in the state of Nevada.
Yoni’s Yoni Therapy, which has been a staple of the Downtown Strip since 2003, has helped over 3,500 people become healthier and happier.
“I am very excited to be honored with this award,” Lott said.
“I think the public deserves to see and experience the benefits of this therapy.”
Yoni’s personal trainer, Dr. Gary Buhr, said, “Yonis work has made the Las Vegas area more welcoming to the world.
It has been wonderful to see the positive changes that have been made in the community and especially in the Las Verdes Valley.
I look forward as a Las Vegas resident to continue working with Yoni and other therapists to make this place a place that is safe, beautiful and welcoming for all.”
Yosco is the only massage therapist in Las Vegas who has been selected for this award.
“It’s really special,” said Yosco.
“We’re so honored to be a part of this program and have the opportunity to give back to the community in our community.
I have worked at Las Venets massage and it has been my dream to be in Las Vents for over 20 years.”
Yosi Lott’s Las Veneto Spa opened in October 2017.
He will serve as an instructor for the next few months and will be able to provide massage for those with physical disabilities.
For more information, visit yosco-lott.com.