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Joe Lavin, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
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Massage Therapist, LMP, CPT
“I am one of the most unique and highest rated massage therapists in the greater Seattle area. I utilize a combination of several dynamic massage styles including Thai Massage, Deep Lomi Massage, Hot Yoga Massage, Deep Tissue Massage and Myofascial Release Therapy to create a highly individualized massage experience.
(206) 408-2534
Seattle, Washington 98199
Soma Kinetics Pilates & Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Kent
“I use Soma Structural Integration to address pain and other body issues by restoring balance in your body. Your problems may lie in your fascia (connective tissue), and while modern medicine is just now catching up to this reality, Structural Integrators have specialized in working with it for decades. Even a minor "hitch" in your fascia tugs on the whole system, and over time can that tug may develop into the root cause of many common issues. My work addresses the entire system, so any pain or restriction caused by those "hitches" will naturally be freed up.
(253) 444-2754
Kent, Washington 98032
Soul Serenity Myofascial Wellness Center, Massage Therapist  in Gig Harbor
“With 13 years of clinical experince and 10,000+ hours of hands on time with patients, I bring a wealth of healing experience to every session. Specializing in John Barnes Myofascial Release, I gently work with the fascia, releasing the binding and holding patterns it can form over time. Unresolved injuries, accidents, scars or emotional traumas occurring with these events can leave you feeling like you are trapped in a tight web, unable to break free. But with a mix of compassion, intuition, and expertize I can help you break free! Giving lasting results not achieved in other treatments.
(253) 642-6989
Gig Harbor, Washington 98335
Jillian Boucek-Fulks, Massage Therapist  in Kent
“I provide treatment oriented massage therapy tailored for your specific condition. My focus is wellness and preventative care, as well as rehabilitative treatments. All sessions are professional, planned, and private (confidential). I use single sheet draping on all clients and do not provide massage with out the proper draping. All sessions comply with the regulations set forth by the Washington State Board of Health. For motor vehicle accident injuries, I accept Personal Injury Protection insurance provided by your auto insurance company.
(253) 655-1062
Kent, Washington 98032
Darin D Stumme, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“I specialize in myofascial and neuromuscular work (improving mobility of muscles, nerves, and connective tissues), visceral manipulation (gently restoring mobility and function to internal organs), lymphatic facilitation (reducing inflammation after an injury or surgery), sports massage (because any one who moves is an athlete on one level or another), active release and structure-specific massage (what others might call "deep tissue" massage). I can also work with clients to process or release difficult emotions or traumas held throughout the body; I hold space for emotional and energetic healing with integrity and compassion.
(206) 981-3280
Seattle, Washington 98115
Ellen A. (Parker) Beecroft, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“After extensive research and dissection of the human body during my undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado, I went on to massage school in Washington. My understanding of the the body and especially soft tissue led to my specialty in injury treatment and sports massage which entails deep tissue work, myofascial therapy as well as relaxation techniques to help your mind and your body get to a more efficiently functioning state.
(206) 451-7707
Seattle, Washington 98102
Tamara Scarlett-Lyon, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Practicing with gratefulness and delight since 1988, I meet each person with respect, curiosity and appreciation. I bring a depth of presence and a wide range of skills to each session which I tailor to the individual's needs and goals. Whether we focus on relaxation, injury treatment, stress reduction, increasing awareness, maintenance, personal exploration or inquiry into body symptoms, or a combination of any of the above, I aim for the individual to leave the session feeling in some way better than when they arrived.
(206) 569-8915
Seattle, Washington 98117
Sirin Massage, Massage Therapist  in Mercer Island
“Over the course of her 15-year career, Joy has evolved into a seasoned and intuitive practitioner who blends specific, intentional treatment with a deeply nourishing style. She works with a diverse range of elite clientele, including the Seattle Seahawks who look to her expertise season after season. With each massage, Joy sees an opportunity to heal the body as a means of freeing the spirit.
(425) 374-0090
Mercer Island, Washington 98040
Cynthia T Callison, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Have an injury caused by trauma, repetitive motion or postural distortion? Feeling stressed out, anxious or overwhelmed? Whether you seek solace from the stresses of everyday life, relief from pain and discomfort or recovery from injury, I can help!
(206) 569-8946
Seattle, Washington 98103
Thassanee Cross, Massage Therapist  in Sammamish
“I am from Thailand where I practiced and taught Thai Traditional Massage Therapy at Wat Po massage school in Bangkok for 13 years. I am now living in the USA near Seattle, and am looking forward to meeting new clients with whom to share my knowledge and experience.
(425) 329-8218
Sammamish, Washington 98075
Malee E Shay, Massage Therapist  in Woodinville
“I enjoy treating clients of all ages that come to me with a vast array of physical obstacles. It is very gratifying to be able to say that a very unique part of my business relates to working with the disabled. This has been life changing both for me personally and for my clients who are so deserving to benefit from massage therapy when their world can become so small. I have given and received massage my entire life and I have always been mindful of what a healing and powerful experience massage can bring~emotionally, mentally, physically,spiritually.
(425) 336-3607
Woodinville, Washington 98072
Tranquility Bowenwork, Massage Therapist  in Olympia
“Bowenwork involves performing very precise, gentle movements on muscles and connective tissue. These gentle movements act as a catalyst to send powerful neurological impulses to the brain. The impulses stimulate whole brain responses, which address every system in the body - musculoskeletal structure as well as internal organs. In response, soft tissue tension is released, pain is relieved, and it's very common that structural misalignments will right themselves without any force being used by the practitioner.
(360) 215-4071
Olympia, Washington 98501
Peter Rasmussen, Massage Therapist  in Spokane Valley
“My treatment focus is RESULTS! Guaranteed! I work well with patients that have chronic or unresolved pain and limitations. My continuing education is extensive and related to injury rehabilitation. I am always looking for a challenge. Each treatment is unique to the patients' needs. I also have a wellness program to meet the needs of those patients interested in massage for health! I also teach continuing education classes on the subject of Deep Tissue. Please contact me for more information. No classes are scheduled at this time.
(509) 720-8967
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Lise M Peterson, Massage Therapist  in Duvall
“I am confident that I can help with your pain, discomfort, and range of motion issues. I have a wide variety of skills and am very strong with deep tissue massage and sports massage.
(425) 610-6803
Duvall, Washington 98019
Valentin Delgado, Massage Therapist  in Vancouver
“Is my passion to help people improve their lifestyle by incorporating massage. I believe the human body is a Self-healing organism. Clients frequently ask me "What Makes You A Great Therapist?" The more I think about it, I think what makes me an outstanding therapist is; my ability to customize a massage session to each client, adjusting pressure as needed, I can be as light or deep as the client request I have learned to read body language, my hands are very sensitive to soft tissue and many times my hands adjust automatically in response to feedback from muscles.
(360) 529-5022
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Corinne Dee Kelly, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“My 30 years of training & experience allows me to assist you in creating more balance in your life, greater physical integration and relief from physical and emotional trauma through the full cycle of life…from birth through life’s challenges and joys to one’s passage. I am skilled and enjoy supporting women during pregnancy and post partum phase . I enjoy working with structural realignment and identifying and treating musculoskeletal trauma. I work well with carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndromes, spinal and pelvic imbalances. I can help those with digestive and reproductive problems.
(206) 504-2135
Seattle, Washington 98115
Susan Karlsen, Massage Therapist  in Shoreline
“I am a licensed massage therapist and acredited with Amereican Massage Therapy Association. The ideal client wants to feel nurtured and cared for during their massage treatment, I draw upon the caring nature and healing touch to restore balance and wellness to my client's body. Most client's that use my services have had previous and current injuries, which require massage treatment.
(206) 557-6356
Shoreline, Washington 98177
Carla Wiechman, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
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Massage Therapist, LMP, CC, CST
“You may be facing the daily stresses of a busy life, recovering from a physical injury, illness or inner trauma, or exploring wellness and prevention. In each case, I assist you by using the appropriate modality for you or guiding you in a combined approach. I use physical massage, craniosacral therapy, Qi Gong, lymph drainage, and sensory and somatic mindfulness and awareness. I work with adults, babies and children. Craniosacral therapy is my treatment of choice for babies and children who have experienced pre or postnatal difficulties.
(206) 452-1772
Seattle, Washington 98103
Kirsten A Lottsfeldt, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“I have practiced traditional therapeutic massage therapy since 1998 in downtown Seattle. At A Wakening Touch I offer multiple massage styles to treat chronic injuries, sports injuries, as well as therapies that deeply relax, heal, rejuvenate and awaken your spirit. I use a wide range of bodywork treatment applications for relaxation and injury treatment. My goal is also to emphasize therapeutic education and counseling for home care, so my clients have the tools to maintain a healthy and stress-free life. I look forward to working with you and helping you reach these important goals as well.
(206) 922-3342
Seattle, Washington 98101
Alsia Soiset, Massage Therapist  in Edmonds
“I bring a unique blend of intuition and deep knowledge of the body to each session. Come and experience deep relaxation and renewal.
(425) 610-6814
Edmonds, Washington 98026

Who can practice massage in Washington (WA)?
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 Washington (WA) 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 Washington (WA) LMT must then pass a certification exam.
What are the benefits of Washington (WA) massage?
Clients use massage in Washington (WA) because it relieves pain from muscle aches and sprains, muscle injuries and other causes of pain. It reduces stress and helps clients relax, and can decrease feelings of anxiety and depression by stimulating the release of endorphins and serotonin. Massage therapy in Washington (WA) can help prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep. Washington (WA) massage therapy can help rehabilitate sports injuries.
How does massage work?
Massage involves working and acting on the body using pressure from the hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearm, or feet of the massage therapist. The Washington (WA) massage therapist focuses on muscles, tendons, ligaments, myofacia, skin, joints, or other connective tissue, as well as lymphatic vessels, or organs of the gastrointestinal system.