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Kim Masoni, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I treat chronic pain effectively using a combination of deep tissue massage and Japanese acupressure. My goal is to treat the acute muscular pain as well as change the underlying energy pattern to eliminate chronic pain issues altogether! If you have shoulder and neck tension, lower back pain, tight hip muscles, deep muscle pain, or joint problems, I am here to help--feel free check out my Yelp reviews and email me with any questions.
(512) 831-4851
Austin, Texas 78756
Kimberly Reynolds, Massage Therapist  in Dallas
“My mission is to serve people at their heath level through the sharing of a joyful smile, a loving spirit, and a compassionate heart while providing clients with the gift of touch through massage therapy and bodywork.
(469) 275-4022
Dallas, Texas 75230
Tyler Drake Nash, Massage Therapist  in Austin
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Massage Therapist, LMT, NCBTMB, MBLEX
“My forte is in addressing and fixing chronic and acute injuries. I base my massages on cranio-sacral therapy, blending in trigger point therapy and myo-facial release to form a unique type of integrative massage. I am also a Reiki Master and an Aromatherapist, using energy work and chemistry to work with mentally and physically embedded tension. My technique is to help relax the client mentally and physically, then address the entire body to identify the pattern of stress or injury. Once I have identified the issue, I treat it directly, then reintegrate the person to more complete wellness.
(617) 209-2881
Austin, Texas 78741
Letty Garcia, Massage Therapist  in Spring
“I M skilled License Therapist and use legitimate techniques of massage RMT106809 Experience the DIFFERENCE through the holistic healing arts! I am an extremely talented and skilled licensed therapist . .. . I invite you to contact my office today. to make an appointment, I do Swedish, Deep and Hot Stone therapy, body wraps and body scrubs, emotional code therapy and Biomagnetic Therapy
(281) 247-3149
Spring, Texas 77389
Finesse Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Dallas
“Hey there, I am Chris a Licensed Massage Therapist and Cooper Institute Nationally Certified Personal Fitness Trainer. Do you have a headache, muscle pains, knots or tightness? How bout bout do you want to improve your posture?? Maybe you want stress relief or to be nurtured with an ultimate relaxation full body massage??? If you answered yes to any of those questions, I am the therapists for you! I can also provide full body stretching for flexibility and better range of motion. First time client $60 for 60min massage or $90 for 90min massage visit my website for more rates
(214) 705-3649
Dallas, Texas 75244
A. Rita Dickinson, Massage Therapist  in Magnolia
“My extensive training includes Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology, Kinesiology, Herbology, Nutrition, Anti-Aging, Iridology, weight management, Magnetic Healing and Essential Oils. I have found my calling to help others relax and am a "pain relief specialist" in therapeutic massage. I use a variety of healing modalities. The combination of my education and experience gives you the ultimate healing touch tailored to your specific needs. Whether you are looking to relax, diminish aches and pains, improve flexibility, reduce tension and stress, or just need some pampering a massage will help you be rejuvenated! Call Today to schedule your appointment!
(281) 882-3344
Magnolia, Texas 77354
Barbara Lynne Judnick, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“Low back pain, neck pain and sports massages are my specialties, however, I am skilled with many different massage modalities and medical issues.
(512) 640-2380
Austin, Texas 78745
Diana's Healing Hands Massage Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Mckinney
“The vast majority of my clients complain of upper back, shoulder and neck tightness and pain. Headhaches often accompany these complaints. As a result of this need I have developed techniques to help eleviate these issues.
(469) 557-8230
Mckinney, Texas 75069
“As a massage therapist and instructor, my work focuses on sports related injuries and overuse muscle pain as well as a deep concern for stress relief by integrating modalities best suited to the individual situation. Certified in prenatal massage and over 1500 hrs of training, I will work with you in finding the best treatments and self care possible whether one visit or over the years to come. I believe choosing the right massage therapist is as important as choosing all other health care providers for yourself and your family alike. CALL 512-917-0882
(512) 607-5588
Somar Massage & Natural Therapies, Massage Therapist  in Southlake
“I'm Bebe Ramos LMT,CCH, founder of Somar Massage & Natural Therapies. I've been in the Salon/Spa industry for more than 15 years. I'm a Licensed Cosmetologist (15yrs) and Licensed Massage Therapist (4yrs). My true passion in life is being "intune" with caring for and helping people. My therapeutic services have been sought out by cancer patients, professional athletes, chiropractors, pain management doctors, and ordinary people who suffer from chronic pain. Please view website at www.somarmassagesdfw.com
(817) 984-5394
Southlake, Texas 76092
Miller's Partners in Massage, Massage Therapist  in Hurst
“My ideal client would be one that would like to find relief from pain and a better quality of life. I have helped many people in pain with hip problems, to shoulder malfunction (specifically pinched nerves), to providing specific therapeutic massage. I customize the massage to suit your needs and can provide excellent results. Combining all the modalities (different types of massage) I have learned. The results end up being reduction of pain, better range of motion and all over well being.
(817) 736-1706
Hurst, Texas 76053
“Looking for relief from your back, neck, shoulder pain, headache, sciatica or generally stressed out body-mind? Shiatsu Massage, bodywork based on the points and meridians of Acupuncture, can make a real difference in the way you feel. It opens up the blockages you experience as tightness or pain, promoting lightness and freedom. A retired acupuncturist with 40+ years in bodywork, I use my skill and focused attention to "listen to the body", releasing those blockages in a way that feels good. Not just a series of points, the massage has a soothing rhythm and flow which is very relaxing.
(432) 692-0204
Alpine, Texas 79831
Remedy Massage, Massage Therapist  in Houston
“Those that seek relaxation, improved health, and improved sprit will benefit from the services I offer. I believe in natural alternatives to our wellness challenges. Eating a healthy and balanced diet and exercising regularly to to maintain wellbeing. The use of meditation and yoga to strengthen us both physically and spiritually. And most importantly to take time for ourselves, whether it takes the form of breaks at work, an annual vacation or a massage ! We all need to renew and recharge and I can help. I provide a nurturing and healing touch, whether it be through Ashiatsu, Hot Stone, Thai Stretching, or Deep Tissue therapies
(832) 924-7680
Houston, Texas 77077
Jim's Massage & Bodyworks, Massage Therapist  in Center
“My name is Jim Johnson. I have been involved in the holistic art of massage and bodywork for pain relief and relaxion for both men and women for the past 17 years. I specialize in Deep Tissue,Trigger Point, Myofasical, Cranial/Structural,Soft Tissue Release,Oncology massage, Lymphatic Drainage and Cupping, along with Chair massage and BodyBridge work. I strive to blend each of these modalities into an experience that will meet each client's individual needs.
(936) 307-0813
Center, Texas 75935
In the Best of Handz Outcall Massage, Massage Therapist  in Plano
“My ideal client is a person that wants to be helped physically and emotionally because one goes with the other. Whether for just relaxation or because he or she are in pain. I'm am excited as well as flattered that they come and confide I me to allow me to participate in this process. I will try to achieve the best for this client.
(214) 960-2546
Plano, Texas 75074
Austin Zero Point Wellness, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I have created an entire method of massage geared to return your body back to Zero Point. My method includes intuitive guidance, ability to give you exactly what you need, aromatherapy, heat packs, deep therapy treatments including: prossage, tiger balm and narayan balm, peppermint foot lotion, quiet environment, relaxing music, table warmer and coming soon: vibrational healing table! Also, I have an upgraded face cradle giving lateral 30 degree movement left and right for greater access to the neck and upper traps.
(512) 265-2427
Austin, Texas 78745
Kendahl Airey, Massage Therapist  in Dallas
“I LOVE my job! I have worked for chiropractors over the years and learned the value of deep tissue massages. I love when people get off my table and say "I haven't felt this good in years!". I prefer working on people who have injuries or sprains, are into sports, or are just very tense people.I have had advanced training from both on the job training and continuing education classes. Massage is a very rewarding career for me. I love people and I love making people feel good.
(972) 665-7338
Dallas, Texas 75219
Philippa Dodson, Massage Therapist  in Richardson
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Massage Therapist, LMT, CMLDT, AMTA
“In my long career (1991-present)I have given thousands of massages & taken many hours of advanced education. Your massage is individualized, integrating techniques for health, stress & pain issues such as headaches, muscular pain & tension & minor injuries. My style is firm, but not painful & concentrates on pleasurable, but highly effective soft tissue manipulation. Deep relaxation & natural pain relief are my focus. I believe painful massage is counterproductive & injurious, so have specialized in subtle, yet powerful skills; MANUAL LYMPH DRAINAGE THERAPY, Oncology Massage, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, & Pre-Natal Massage. My ideal client understands that massage needn't be painful to be effective.
(214) 919-5814
Richardson, Texas 75081
Ross Weaver, Massage Therapist  in Houston
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Massage Therapist, HHP, LMT, MTI, NCBTMB
“I work to bring back joy to people, by reducing pain and stress. I work a lot with individuals suffering from injuries due to sports, accidents, and repetitive-stress. I address the muscles and connective tissue, as well as promote circulation of blood, lymph and qi. Understanding movement patterns and posture helps to correct the issues that may have brought on the problems. Breathwork is also key. Integrating the body and mind creates a deep level of healing. I do my best to make it effective and enjoyable. My desire is to help my client feel better than before.
(858) 375-1831
Houston, Texas 77058
Abundant Life Medical Massage, Massage Therapist  in Plano
“CORRECTING WHAT OTHERS HAVE MISSED. TREATING WHAT OTHERS CANNOT. Do you suffer from, lymphatic swelling, sciatic nerve pain, whip-lash, herniated disks, pre & post surgeries, frozen joints, feet problems, breast tissue drainage, computer stress, carpal tunnel, neck, shoulders, low back pain? Olympics/ millionaire clients, both, say; "All over the world it is the best one of a kind, thorough massage I have ever had." I use Medical Massage (whole spine cranial /sacral body work, all 31 pairs of spinal nerves). I have 17 + years experience. You can expect 50-80-100% release in the first visit. Call for free consult!
(972) 810-7663
Plano, Texas 75093

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