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Myofascial Release Massage Therapists in Minnesota (MN)

Neva Massage Center, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis Park
“Neva Massage Center is a very professional Custom Tailored Body Therapy Center . In Neva Massage Center, there are two owners - Leonid and Iryna. Both have a European and American massage education and massage certification, so their professional levels are very high. Iryna was a medical doctor in Russia. Her specializations were - surgery, neurology, endoscopy, manual therapy, massage, reflexotherapy. Neva Massage Center is not a spa, or salon. This is a very professional massage center. We take auto insurance and workers' compensation insurance.
Myofascial Release
(952) 935-9506
Saint Louis Park, Minnesota 55416
Byron Jacobson, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis Park
“Combining Bodywork and Nutritional therapies into a powerful synergy. Do you want lasting relief from pain now ? Or are you having digestive or chronic health problems and just can't find answers? I can help. I use PAIN NEUTRALIZATION TECHINIQUES. No need to get undressed.fast,effective, long lasting results that still amaze me. You will feel the difference immediately! There are very few Alternative Health providers with my level of training and range of skills. Experience "WOW! THAT'S AMAZING" for yourself!. Start living pain free now.
Myofascial Release
(952) 314-5629
Saint Louis Park, Minnesota 55416
Kay Troan, Massage Therapist  in Minneapolis
“We help our clients with improved flexibility, increased flexibility, reduce or manage pain, achieve peak performance and practice proactive self care. Neuromuscular Therapy, one of our specialties, is a type of bodywork that specializes in effective pain relief. It addresses the root cause of most pain conditions: improper muscular, structural or biomechanical patters in the body. We have 4 highly trained therapists to bring you the finest quality of therapeutic and medical massage. With two chiropractors to work with as well as an acupuncturist and a personal trainer, we can help you reach your health goals.
Myofascial Release
(612) 217-1947
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Karen Gillespie, Massage Therapist  in West Saint Paul
Massage Therapist, LMT
“What are your specific bodywork and massage needs? I'm here to listen to you and want that discussion to be about you. Have you had an injury or are you dealing with an on going condition? Reducing your pain and life stresses is of the utmost importance to me. Meeting and working with you to introduce the therapeutic benefits of massage & energy bodywork & assist you is my goal.
Myofascial Release
(651) 210-9434
West Saint Paul, Minnesota 55118
Cade Holmseth, Massage Therapist  in Saint Paul
Massage Therapist, LMT, CMT
“My primary concern is caring for your health and well being by providing individualized solutions. I take a holistic approach to the body and help bring balance. I treat the symptoms as others do, but also treat the root, or cause, of the problem to ensure that the benefits last. I also believe in educating my clients so they understand the treatment plan and what they can do to increase their well being. Experience true results with my rounded approach!
Myofascial Release
(612) 213-2416
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55108
Richard Chandler, Massage Therapist  in Saint Cloud
“Perhaps you would like to lower your back, neck or shoulder pain. Maybe you are incredibly stressed out, and need to let go of tension quickly so you can relax and get to a better place. I can help. I am in my 23rd year of full time massage therapy practice, focusing on relieving pain and stress. Our setting is professional, yet relaxed. Please call with questions about your condition. If money is tight, ask about individual rates. We ask no qualifying questions. You can choose a rate that is affordable for your budget.
Myofascial Release
(320) 321-0149
Saint Cloud, Minnesota 56301
In Nature's Arms Massage, Massage Therapist  in Medina
Massage Therapist
“Are you a man, woman, or child experiencing any of the following stressors? - muscle and joint pain, arthritis, ADD/ADHD, emotional stress from a difficult life circumstance, recovery from addiction, TMJ, headaches and migraines? Or,are you a high achieving, career oriented man or woman who has put off your needs for too long and are experiencing a lot of pain from tight muscles and stress? Join my many loyal clients in the same situation, and give yourself the time of relaxation and wellness you deserve!
Myofascial Release
(763) 515-9816
Medina, Minnesota 55340
Katie Schwarz, Massage Therapist  in Stillwater
“I feel strongly about the benefits of massage for everyone and provide the highest quality therapy for each person I serve. I will make a positive difference in your life through my touch, knowledge and genuine concern for you.
Myofascial Release
(651) 252-4968
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082
Rachel R Romanelli, Massage Therapist  in Minneapolis
“I am a Licensed Massage Practitioner -WA state and Nationally Certified Therapeutic Massage (NCTM) and have been in massage practice for 18 years. I work with patients using massage therapy as part of wellness maintenance plan, to address muscular tension, headaches, soft tissue strain, repetitive stress, whiplash, or sports injuries. I believe that it is essential to listen to the patient when to developing a plan that benefits their therapeutic massage goal.
Myofascial Release
(612) 255-4761
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405
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Mikkelson Massage and Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Brooklyn Park
“My ideal client is female and in the prime of her life. She suffers from fibromyalgia and or headaches and has found little relief from conventional medicine. My sessions begin with a basic relaxation and go on from there, depending upon the needs of the client.
(763) 645-5952
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota 55445
Big River Yoga, Massage Therapist  in Minneapolis
Massage Therapist
“My ideal client is someone who has been swept up in work and family life and has neglected to care for him/herself. I am here to get you back on track and help you feel good in your body. Through Thai Massage or with Swedish massage techniques I can give you a complete tune-up and release chronic tension. Yoga is also a great way to get back into your body to feel connected, strong and flexible. Yoga works on the body, mind and heart and can inspire you to continue to take good care of yourself.
(612) 260-1585
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406
Naoko Catalina Vold, Massage Therapist  in Rochester
“Shiatsu massage is an old healing process. It uses thumb and hand pressure on certain points called Tubo. These are the body's vital point. Shiatsu is the most effective form of massage for fatigue and stiff muscles. Within the 5-10 minutes of receiving shiatsu treatment is like fresh air streaming through your body, making it easier to breath. It will quickly help normalize muscles and regain a range of movement and increase your stamina and vitality. It can be performed over the clothing or combination of oil massage and shiatsu pressure.
(507) 581-8095
Rochester, Minnesota 55904
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Myofascial Release Massage Therapists
Myofascial Release is a hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion. If you're looking for myofascial release in Minnesota (MN) or for a Minnesota (MN) myofascial release therapist, myofascial release treatment Minnesota (MN), these myofascial massage Minnesota (MN) therapists specialize in myofascial release. These Minnesota (MN) myofascial practitioners are trained specialists in myofascial release.

Who can practice massage in Minnesota (MN)?
Most states have licensing requirements that must be met before a practitioner (a 'masseuse' or 'masseur') can use the title 'Massage Therapist', and some states require a license to practice any form of massage. Licensed Massage Therapists in Minnesota (MN) have obtained the highest level of authentication. They must complete academic coursework in anatomy and physiology, as well as on the application of massage and bodywork, business and ethics, and specialized massage techniques. The Minnesota (MN) LMT must then pass a certification exam.