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Anne M Hartley, Massage Therapist  in Gahanna
“I help people get out of pain, such as neck and shoulder pain, sciatica, spinal pain, foot pain and much more.Also post surgery, post childbirth, post injury. I use varying techniques as applicable, such as releasing trigger points, fascia, and general massage . Also, whilst I usually work on problem areas, I also do general massage for stress relief.
(614) 349-4206
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Scott A Dobbins, Massage Therapist  in Canton
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Massage Therapist, LMT, CIMRM, CNMT
“Hi! My name is Scott Dobbins and I am a clinical Massage Therapist. I focus on resolving injuries of the soft tissues due to accident or surgery. I am an expert in biomechanics (the way the body moves)and client assessment. Through the use of acute observation and adept palpation skills along with standard Orthopedic tests, my assessments are almost always accurate the first time. (hey, nobody's perfect)This translates to a more accurate and successful treatment plan which means that you will resume your normal life more quickly! Greater Accuracy, Faster Results,Quicker Recovery, Enough Said!
(330) 403-9953
Canton, Ohio 44720
Himavat Ishaya, Massage Therapist  in Mason
Massage Therapist, ClRx
“I help clients to heal: heart, mind, body & soul. I deliver hands-on by adapting my protocol from when I was a Licensed Massage Therapist from 1991-1996 (Nationally Certified in 1992) onto the Clinical Healing Reflexology modality. I work by listening with my heart & soul to your heart & soul. Your heart is an organ of perception: science backs me up. Authorized by a real saint and healer to teach knowledge and techniques sourced from material 1000's of years old. I transform monkey-mind from the master it wants to be into the servant it was designed to be, .
(513) 898-0321
Mason, Ohio 45040
Kasey J Shicks, Massage Therapist  in Sunbury
“Massage therapy has been proven to help with numerous medical conditions for centuries. Today, people have been coming to massage to get relief from migraines, sciatic pain, and stress/exhaustion. Massage is not just for the luxury for the wealthy, it's a necessity for all people.
(614) 745-9026
Sunbury, Ohio 43074
“Over the course of 12 years I have worked with many individuals with varying problems. Most of the people I work with have ongoing issues due to repetitive tasks or medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis and fibromyalgia. I also assist my clients with minor muscle injuries due to overuse.
(513) 278-2151
“As a Certified Neuromuscular Therapist I strive to find the origin of your symptoms. Muscular imbalance, postural distortion, injury or overuse can cause musculoskeletal dysfunction. I use the body's built in release mechanisms to restore pain-free function. Through myofascial release, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage I will help to restore your body to optimal health. In addition I also create a warm, nurturing environment for relaxation and Swedish massage. I have 15 years experience and also work part time at the American Institute of Alternative Medicine as an instructor of NMT, musculoskeletal anatomy, massage and anatomical kinesiology.
(614) 383-8996
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Edward J Gutfreund, Massage Therapist  in Cincinnati
“My goal is to help you achieve freer movement in your body and freer feeling in your soul. I will work with you to help your muscles, connective tissue and nervous system be more flexible. This reduces pain. I can help you connect your life experience to your sensations so both are more at ease. I am especially interested in working with those who have suffered trauma. I have deep appreciation for the complexities of trauma and what is required to help healing occur. I can offer you a safe place for your process of healing.
(513) 806-2665
Laura E Palovich-Binder, Massage Therapist  in Westerville
“If you have been searching for a GREAT, deep tissue massage, look no further. With over 15 years of experience, I can "get the stress out" as well as all of the "knots" you have been accumulating. Why continue to live with the aches and pains, the lack of energy, the tension & stiffness that just lingers throughout your body? Do something GOOD for yourself and get an appointment today. My massage will help bring about a real feeling of rejuvenation & peace as well pain relief from living life to the fullest. Don't you want to feel better NOW?
(614) 547-9917
Aruna Ramamurthy, Massage Therapist  in Mason
“I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of Madras, India. I am a professional member of AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) and have attained massage therapy licensure in Ohio. I have had intensive training in Precision Neuromuscular therapy. If you have Headache, Sore Muscles, Muscle spasm, Back pain, Stress, Sleeplessness or just want to relax, I will be able to help you.
(513) 729-7540
Mason, Ohio 45040
Laura Buckley, Massage Therapist  in North Olmsted
“Using a variety of techniques including swedish/deep tissue, craniosacral therapy, neuromuscular therapy and myofascial release I cater my treatments to the needs of each individual client. My clients include people of all ages and walks of life. Many have suffered with chronic pain or discomfort, while others seek treatment to maintain health and restore balance within a busy lifestyle.
(440) 497-0976
Life Source Massage Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Franklin
“Are you ready to rediscover the health and well-being that resides inside of you? Then place yourself into the comforting hands of Life Source Massage Therapy and unlock your body's natural ability to heal. I am dedicated to helping clients achieve the health and wellness they seek, we bring about results by addressing each client's distinct needs. From total relaxation to specific problem areas to chronic pain and injury, our varied massage techniques will help you on your journey to attain and sustain a healthy existence.
(937) 743-3660
Franklin, Ohio 45005
Becky Peterson, Massage Therapist  in Middlefield
“I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist for ten years. I offer therapeutic and relaxation massage. I customize each massage so you will achieve the maximum benefit. One of my therapeutic massages might consist of Deep Tissue, NeuroMuscular Therapy and/or OrthoBionomy techniques. My goal is to release muscle tissue to relieve pain and increase range of motion as well as joint flexibility. I also offer Swedish Massage if you need to relax and reduce your stress level. This type of massage brings a sense of calm to the mind and body.
(330) 578-2275
Michael Dallas Jones, Massage Therapist  in Canton
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Massage Therapist, LMTNMT, BAPsych
“My name is Michael Jones and I am a neuromuscular massage therapist. I was severely injured in a bicycle accident in 1988 and was MISDIAGNOSED with an incurable condition with a 35-50 percent permanent disability. Later, I found my condition was from stressed soft tissues that would not respond to any type of therapy. I searched throughout the United States for answers and put together a way to resolve difficult cases, including fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, documented by Dr.Leonard Knell, orthopedic surgeon. This also reverses signs of aging and allows full athletic potential. See web site for details.
(330) 892-8908
Canton, Ohio 44718
Cheri Clem, Massage Therapist  in Delaware
“Massage therapy for pain relief, stress reduction and relaxation. Office Hours: Flexible scheduling by appointment only. Closed Wednesday and Sunday
(740) 214-6988
Delaware, Ohio 43015
Dulce Oasis Wellness, Massage Therapist  in Columbus
“Stressed? Come schedule some time for relaxation and self-care at Dulce Oasis Wellness. Swedish Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Foot Treatment, Aromatherapy, Body Scrubs, and Body Wraps. 30% off your initial service appointment.
(614) 504-8772
Columbus, Ohio 43231
Gina Marie Bruno, Massage Therapist  in Mentor
“My goal as a Massage Therapist is to assist your body in its innate ability to heal and regain strength through skilled modalities of health and wellness.
(678) 253-4799
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Nicole Burnett, Massage Therapist  in Englewood
“Nicole Burnett is a graduate of SHI Medical Massage School in Lebanon, Ohio. She is a licensed massage therapist through the Ohio State Medical Board and also holds her national certification in Therapeutic Massage and Body Work. She has additional training in CranioSacral Therapy Levels I, II, III, S.E.R. and Lymphatic Drainage through the renown Upledger Institute. In addition she is trained in Brain Therapy from the Chickly Institute. She also holds certifications in Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Energy Therapy, and is trained in the John Barnes Method of Myofascial Release.
(937) 601-0477
Karen Krupp, Massage Therapist  in North Olmsted
“I am practicing massage as a passion for bringing touch to others. To heal and restore you back to your youthful self. Meditation and yoga has taught me much about getting in touch with our bodies, our breath, and being more mindful. Being mindful helps me get in touch with your needs better. A lover of the outdoors, nature, cycling, hiking, yoga, I know the body gets beat up. We push ourselves to keep going. I really love to stay healthy and massage is part of my life, and I'd like to make it a part of yours, for on going wellness and health
(440) 973-6963
Deborah Luck, Massage Therapist  in Sylvania
“I facilitate, through massage, the body back into a correct postural position by focusing on the muscle groups that directly, and indirectly impact the area of complaint the client presents to me. Along with client involvement through instructed movement therapy, and stretching, this helps to work towards that goal of improved postural balance so the body is able to work more efficiently, thus with less pain and restrictions.
(419) 405-1997
Sylvania, Ohio 43560
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Massage Therapist, RN, RKRM, LMT
“Ahhhhhhhhh Massage....You know you want one !! But which massage is right for you? Do you have that achy muscle discomfort from stress or suffer from the more serious pain of migraine headaches,sports injuries or car accidents? As a nurse massage therapist I have been trained to address the cause of these symptoms using a gentle, skillful, respectful hands on approach. With over 22 years as a cardiac nurse and over 12 years as a medical massage therapist, I have found that adding massage to your treatment protocol will often make the difference in helping your body to heal itself.
(216) 236-5774

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