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Patti Selm, Massage Therapist  in Morganton
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Massage Therapist, NCLMBT, NCBTMB
“I have had great success treating those who suffer from migraine headaches. Being a person who has suffered from chronic migraine headaches myself, I have taken a special interest in helping alleviate these symptoms and greatly reduce the frequency of migraine headaches. I also have worked with many people with sciatic nerve issues. I have had great success with the alleviation of sciatic pain. I generally have an integrative and therapeutic approach to my work. My sessions are both relaxing and pain reducing at the same time. Please call me today for your first 60 minute massage for just $30!
(828) 970-8359
Morganton, North Carolina 28655
Elan Schacter, Massage Therapist  in Matthews
“Spending your day with stress, aches, pains, and discomfort gets in the way of you being the best you that you can be. You want a massage that soothes, but also aims to improve your sense of vitality days after the massage. You want someone who has the best skills, education, and reputation. Let me explain why I may be that therapist. My experience includes more than 20 years in practice, and about 5,000 hours of education.
(803) 937-4278
Matthews, North Carolina 28104
Meliora Massage, Massage Therapist  in Belmont
“Due to adverse economic times and financial hardships, many of us cannot afford to go to an expensive spa or sign up for elite memberships for treatment, and quite frankly this is wrong. Health care should be reasonably affordable to those who seek it and people should not be discouraged by their finances when it comes to being pain-free. Massage should become a preventative treatment in ones life, just as going to the gym, eating well, or getting a teeth cleaning all provide routine benefits, I seek to achieve this by providing the highest quality treatment in the area.
(704) 994-8543
Belmont, North Carolina 28012
Michelle Bachman, Massage Therapist  in Pineville
“Massage is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. My focus is providing you a true therapeutic experience . Whether you need relief from pain, release of tension, stress reduction or simply to relax and feel your best, I am committed to promoting your well-being.
(704) 754-5867
Pineville, North Carolina 28134
Recharge Massage Therapy Raleigh NC, Massage Therapist  in Raleigh
“I am passionate about helping clients reduce chronic stress, tension, pain and fatigue brought about by the fast pace of modern life and other influences. My intent is to bring all that I have and know to each massage therapy session, tailoring each session to the client's needs. I blend strong technical skills with my ability to relate to the needs of others to positively impact the overall health and wellness of each client. I have extensive experience in providing on-site event/corporate chair massage. Highly effective in reducing stress and physical tension within 10-15 minutes.
(919) 701-2507
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Rusty Loftin Massage, Massage Therapist  in Wilmington
“Are you tired of wasting your hard earned money on ineffective "foofoo" massages that don't make a lasting difference or a positive impact on your aches and pains? Do you have nagging, recurring aches or injuries and haven't found the right therapist to hone in on the cause of your problem areas? Let me help you get things turned around today! Let my experience and solid background in real life work related and sports injuries be applied to your chronic or acute problem areas. I've got the knowledge and the tools to help you now. Call me!
(910) 863-8323
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Karin Siebold, Massage Therapist  in Oak Island
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Massage Therapist, BS, CST, LMBT
“Tired, stressed, unmotivated, headaches, sleep issues, neck/back pain, ear or sinus issues, fibromyalgia, migraines, TMJ, digestive issues, depression. These, and many other issues, can be relieved through the gentle touch of CranioSacral Therapy (CST). Pain and dysfunction do not have to be part of your life. My focus for each client is to assist the body in attaining a balanced and harmonious state so that healing can take place from the inside out. With the proper support and therapy, each of us has the ability to heal, grow, and attain health and wellness.
(910) 684-5053
Oak Island, North Carolina 28465
Lori Hendrickson, Massage Therapist  in Cary
“Many people ask me why I chose massage therapy as a career, it's simple- I love making people feel better! As a child, I picked up on peoples energies and always sought out ways to comfort those who seemed like they needed something to feel better and I intuitively knew how to do just that with a hug or a shoulder massage. In 2012, I graduated from the Body Therapy Institute in Siler City, NC and began my journey as a massage therapist.
(919) 930-2293
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Massage Fusion, Massage Therapist  in Raleigh
“My practice provides relief from stress and muscle tension by offering a blend of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Release and Myosfascial Release but also being able to use any one of these disciplines to focus in on resolving the issues you are experiencing.
(919) 351-1881
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605
Sheryl Mika, Massage Therapist  in Durham
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Massage Therapist, LMBT, ICCE
“I offer clinical, therapeutic massage. Ultra professional, from relaxing stress relief to deep tissue injury recovery. Always smooth and thorough. Visit mikamassage.com for more details.
(919) 689-6886
Durham, North Carolina 27707
Results Massage & Bodywork, LLC, Massage Therapist  in Charlotte
“Your body wants to heal itself. It requires help from a professional to find the source of the pain and get on the path to healing. Experience, education and professionalism is what I look for in a massage therapist because those are my strengths. I have had the benefit of an extensive education and enough experience with clients to know what techniques work best. I will listen to your concerns and preferences and work hard to help you get out of pain or just help you to relax and feel better in your own body.
(704) 292-8056
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Dotty Foley, Massage Therapist  in Raleigh
“I believe our physical, mental and emotional state is in continual change. And based on your individual needs, every massage therapy session should change, too. My massage sessions are client-centered and tailored specifically for you. I help my clients access their innate body-mind wisdom by combining deep listening, intuitive and technical skills in my sessions, offering my clients a greater sense of ease and balance. I find deep satisfaction working with people who are interested in the experience of therapeutic massage and bodywork as an aid in finding greater wholeness and transformation.
(919) 883-9794
Raleigh, North Carolina 27604
J Tim Cochran, Massage Therapist  in Hendersonville
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Massage Therapist, LMBT, CMMT, CMC
“My usual client has some type of medical problem. I see a lot of sports injuries. Runners, ball players (softball, basketball, volleyball), tennis, etc. Ages vary from 15 to 88, but invariably the client has pulled, twisted, or strained their muscles doing some strenuous activity. Because I am certified in both Medical & Cupping Massage, I can help relieve pain and get the client back into action ASAP. I also use hot stones to help soften tight muscles.
(828) 675-2880
Hendersonville, North Carolina 28739
Tricia L Hobbs, Massage Therapist  in Charlotte
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Massage Therapist, LMBT, NCMBT, FMT
“Hello and thank you for your interest in massage therapy. From pain relief to relaxation, I tailor each session to the needs and health goals of my patients. Using a blend of the traditional styles of massage, I am able to customize the session to address all of your concerns.
(704) 380-0938
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Renewed Wellness Massage, Massage Therapist  in Cornelius
“Hello future clients. My focus is to address the many particular health needs affecting women, tailoring sessions to help integrate and support a woman's mental, emotional, and physical health and wellbeing. It is my belief that Massage Therapy is a healing tool, serving as a catalyst for the body's own natural healing process. It boasts a host of benefits and is a long term, personal investment towards maintaining a healthy and youthful lifestyle. I look forward to working with you!
(704) 209-9164
Cornelius, North Carolina 28031
Joshua N Shook, Massage Therapist  in Farmville
“As a licensed massage and body work therapist I am interested in the way the body works and heals. I have a balanced mix of Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point therapy and sports massage. I am a mobile therapist and come to you weather its your home or office. I focus on the needs of your muscles and soft tissues and help to ease any tension or muscle pain. my passion is your benefit and i would love to provide the relief you are looking for.
(252) 210-6446
Farmville, North Carolina 27828
“I have just completed my 26th year as a full time massage therapist, after a career in social work. My emphasis has been in dealing with muscular pain and dysfunction. I have worked with college athletic teams as well as weekend athletes. The same methods help middle aged and older people experiencing muscular discomfort.
(919) 585-4986
Durham, North Carolina 27705
Sharon Siebert, Massage Therapist  in Wrightsville Beach
“As a licensed massage and bodywork therapist, I work with clients to address their individual needs using an integrated approach to massage nurturing mind, body, and spirit. A client's health issues and expectations will help determine which massage modality will be most beneficial. Massage can be helpful for many health issues including problems sleeping, past and recent injuries, stress relief, low back pain, high blood pressure, or treating headaches and migraines. Through positive touch, I'll facilitate each client’s healing process by listening and observing the body’s rhythms, energy, and compensation patterns.
(910) 294-0993
Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina 28480
Tim Hackett, Massage Therapist  in Raleigh
“I work best with people who are in pain and have not gotten relief from other modalities. I enjoy working with people who understand their bodies and want to learn more about how to get the most from it, I also enjoy teaching people who are new to Massage Therapy and introducing them to this wonderful world of self discovery!
(919) 842-5160
Raleigh, North Carolina 27613
Brian Loftin, LMBT, Massage Therapist  in Asheville
“My intention in working with people is to bring integrity and dignity back to the field of bodywork. With more than eleven years of experience, I offer deep tissue massage, craniosacral work, and dream work in ways that honor the healing power within each client--never going too deep or beyond the threshold of a client's ability to stay present within his or her own experiences. Healing happens when we become aware of the truth of our experience. Bodywork is a wonderful way to find this truth, which can often set us free in our bodies.
(828) 200-6717
Asheville, North Carolina 28803

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