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Karla Muise, Massage Therapist  in Greenfield
“My work focuses on creating wellness through stress management and injury recovery. I work to create a safe container where healing can happen. You do not need to live your life in pain. Together we work toward your goals, within your comfort level, so that you can leave more grounded and feeling more comfortable in your body. I believe when clients become more educated about their bodies healing can continue to happen outside of our sessions.
(413) 650-1321
Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
Mass Mobile Massage, Massage Therapist  in Boston
“We strive to bring the best massage experience possible. Our dependable therapists arrive on time and establish a customized quality massage that is specific to your needs. A Table Massage or On-Site Chair Massage is a perfect way to manage stress and pain. The positive effects of massage create lasting results and contribute to health & happiness.
(617) 674-1943
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Authentic Body, Massage Therapist  in Boston
“Everything I do is to support our clients step by step to embrace their innate health. When I go to work each day I like to think that I'm having the maximum impact on the world in my own particular way. I'm looking to create a ripple effect from massage therapy and health coaching that will reduce pain and enhance performance around the world. I'm looking to benefit the families of my clients by supporting them to attend to their health and wellness. I'm looking to benefit the employees, colleagues, and teammates of my clients.
(508) 318-4121
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
“John J Rosario Jr. a Graduate of Dovestar Institute, has been practicing bodywork for 20 + Yrs. Massachusetts State Licensed Massage Therapist, Nationally Certified Massage Therapist (NCTMB). member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) and a Member of Maya Abdominal Massage Association (MAMA). John is also a Certified personal fitness trainer and Certified MECA Back Instructor Training in several modalities enables him to tailor your treatment based on individual needs. John's interest in the study of the healing arts continues to grow. He receives treatment on a regular basis so that he may be able to better serve you.
(508) 802-4941
Osterville, Massachusetts 02655
“I provide problem-solving massage therapy (deep-tissue, trigger point, and other) AND/OR individual movement/exercise coaching which is hatha yoga based, drawing on a wide range of techniques aimed at helping clients to optimize their resilience and health for daily living....and it feels great! My work has continually evolved over 30 years in practice, and is directly effective as treatment--excellent massage--and as prevention--clieints learn how to move with more freedom and ease, regardless of age, activity level, etc. A specialty is in private consultation regarding managing orthopedic issues before and after daunting medical consults.
(617) 600-6288
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
“Do you have a sore neck or back? Does your body just ache? Do you need to take a break and take care of yourself. I can help you relax and take care of those aches and pains.
(617) 615-6973
Swampscott, Massachusetts 01907
Elizabeth McLindon Therapeutic Massage, Massage Therapist  in Gloucester
“Elizabeth McLindon (Massage Therapy/Meditation) has been certified in massage since 1993. Elizabeth has an eclectic approach to massage, integrating Eastern and Western traditions into a customized session. She works from the heart chakra, and there is deep relaxation in all her treatments, even when doing deeper work. She has been meditating for over 30 years and has completed the Asian Classics Institute's 18 Formal Courses in Buddhist studies.
(978) 767-9854
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
Chris Rasmussen, Massage Therapist  in Amherst
“I work with a wide range of clientele, from amateur and professional athletes to individuals suffering from chronic pain. I have had extensive experience with "total body" athletes; gymnasts, martial artists, dancers, and yogis. I also have specialized training in the treatment of TMJ disorder/dysfunction. My techniques involve hot stones and I do not believe that therapeutic massage need involve significant pain and lingering bruises. Massage should be both therapeutic and pleasurable. This does not mean that I can't give you all the pressure you need and leave you feeling that you have had good work done.
(413) 315-5584
Amherst, Massachusetts 01002
Heart2Hands Massage, Massage Therapist  in Boylston
“Massage therapy will introduce you to the pleasant experience of a healthy, healing touch. My techniques include Massage Cupping, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal and Reiki. Massage cupping is safe, comfortable and remarkably effective for many health disorders. It's the use of suction (negative pressure), rather than compression. Cupping causes tissues to release toxins, stimulate the lymphatic, skin and circulatory systems among many other benefits. Cupping facilitates relief from stubborn conditions, deep tissue and myofascial release, loosens connective tissues and increases blood and lymph flow to the skin and muscles not possible when using compression. It is deeply relaxing!
(508) 593-4546 x3
Boylston, Massachusetts 01505
In Balance, Massage Therapist  in East Brookfield
“My ideal client would be a person who, whether it is a child or adult, wants to achieve better health and is willing to learn that healing does not only happen on the physical level, but on the mental and emotional level too. I have learned from 25 years of experience that if you are open to learning about yourself and listening to what is right for you in every aspect of your life, your health will improve and you will live a happier life. I work with clients ranging in age from newborn to seniors.
(508) 219-1099
East Brookfield, Massachusetts 01515
Susan Casale, Massage Therapist  in Dracut
“I am passionate about keeping my clients pain-free and moving easily in their bodies. Age-group athletes whether in peak condition or just getting back into shape will feel better and be able to train more effectively if they are massaged regularly. Getting new injuries worked out is a good idea before injuries become recurring or chronic or lead to bad habits as athletes compensate for injuries. I have advanced training in management and relief for TMJ dysfunction. Treating TMJ dysfunctions with massage can be life-changing. I see clients in Dracut, MA at Pure Salon and Hydrotherapy Spa.
(978) 767-2430
Dracut, Massachusetts 01826
Nanci Newton, Massage Therapist  in Hadley
“Having been voted Best Place for Therapeutic Massage in the Valley Advocate's Reader's Poll for several years, we are honored and humbled by the praise. We take our work very seriously and strive each day to provide the best personalized care possible.
(413) 315-4899
Hadley, Massachusetts 01035
Jon Terrell, Massage Therapist  in Northampton
“I focus on helping people suffering from grief, anxiety and other difficult emotions. I use energy techniques and deep tissue bodywork to support both healing and awakening. Trained as a psychotherapist, meditation teacher and bodyworker, I work with clients looking for relief from physical and emotional pain, anxiety and stress. All of our issues have a body component--a pain in the neck, the weight of the world on our shoulders, things we can't stomach or want to get off of our chest. I focus on Body-Mind-Spirit integration.
(413) 248-3579
Northampton, Massachusetts 01060
Donna Duval, Massage Therapist  in Chicopee
“Specializing in Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Pregnancy Massage and Reiki/Polarity Energy Work. Donna Duval is the founder and owner of Magic Hands Therapeutic Massage which opened for business in June 1997. Donna holds a B.A. in Biology from the College of Our Lady of the Elms, and has done Masters work in Psycho-Physical Movement at Springfield College. She is a graduate of the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy, and has a certificate in Kripalo Energy Work. She also holds an A.A. in electronics from the Community College of the Air Force.
(413) 961-3790
Chicopee, Massachusetts 01020
Nancy T Angelini, Massage Therapist  in Wenham
“In addition to weekeday hours, I have Saturday and some evening hours available for your convenience. I offer years of experience with a broad study in complimentary and alternative health care. I use safe, effective and well researched modalities to help you regain a sense of ease, balance and wellness in your body.
(928) 415-1735
Wenham, Massachusetts 01984
Todd Jeffrey Fiorentino, Massage Therapist  in Pittsfield
“I am a licensed massage therapist specializing in neck and back pain. I also treat the following: Headaches, fatigue, insomnia, muscle spasm, limited range of motion, stress/anxiety. I am trained in deep tissue, myofascial release, neuromuscular, hydrotherapy, stone, chair, Thai, lymphatic drainage (level I), PNF stretching/MET, sports and trigger point therapy. I also served as the Department Chair for Massage Therapy at Mildred Elley teaching massage. I offer corporate wellness programs in addition to running my private practice. It is my aspiration to begin or join a pain clinic in the Berkshires offering therapeutic massage for patients.
(732) 993-5772
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201
Massage Therapist, lmt
“As a massage therapist, I strive to help you feel your very best. I have had great success helping with muscles pain, headaches, injuries, stress, fibromyalgia, and back and neck pain.
(413) 338-5612
Hampden, Massachusetts 01036
Suzanne Shirar, Massage Therapist  in Leicester
“No one knows your body better than you do. As a LMT I work to address your symptoms and concerns. A massage with me is based on structural assessment and what you tell me about you. Working in partnership, I strive to help your body kinesthetically return to state of balance. I stream line this process into a flowing hour of deep relaxation. I Love what I do! Massage therapists have a wonderful job, we get to provide papering relaxation massage. -Apply knowledge of kinesiology and anatomy, to help clients in their personal journey toward health and wellness.
(508) 343-0937
Leicester, Massachusetts 01524
Arthur Madore, Massage Therapist  in Boston
“As the first massage therapist to practice in a hospital, most of my clients are medically referred. Many have had chronic disabling pain and dysfunction issues. My training in Neuromuscular Therapy, CranioSacral therapy and movement re-education based on the teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais as well as 20 years of clinical experience, give me a somewhat unique approach to treating complex musculoskeletal pain problems. My work has been reported in the Boston Globe and I have authored a chapter on Massage Therapy in a medical textbook. I am also the senior massage therapist at the Osher Clinic of the Brigham & Women's Hospital in Brookline.
(617) 600-8981
Boston, Massachusetts 02124
Katya Kudryavtseva, Massage Therapist  in Newton
“I have been helping clients with stress relief, chronic tension and pain, injury and surgery rehabilitation. I combine relaxation massage, deep tissue therapy, shiatsu, energy work, orthopedic massage and craniosacral therapy to tailor each session to my client's specific needs. I like giving deeply relaxing, de-stressing treatments, which will leave you feeling rejuvenated, loose, and centered. I also love treating specific issues, be it stiff neck, low back pain, rotator cuff injury, shin splints, or post-operative swelling.
(617) 299-8449
Newton, Massachusetts 02458

Who can practice massage in Massachusetts (MA)?
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 Massachusetts (MA) 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 Massachusetts (MA) LMT must then pass a certification exam.
What are the benefits of Massachusetts (MA) massage?
Clients use massage in Massachusetts (MA) 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 Massachusetts (MA) can help prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep. Massachusetts (MA) 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 Massachusetts (MA) 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.