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Heather Wilson, Massage Therapist  in Keller
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Massage Therapist, LMT, MTI, CEP, LE
“I believe in the innate healing power of the body and my goal is to bridge the gap between your health and well-being. I believe your session time is yours, and customize your treatment to meet your needs. After 17 years in the industry, I integrate most sessions with a combination of therapies.
(817) 385-9699
Keller, Texas 76248
Marci Novak, Massage Therapist  in Dallas
“My nurturing style of massage is soothing, comforting, painless, and profoundly relaxing. (I don't beat, pound, poke, or pummel!) With kindness and respect, I bring a deep appreciation of the body/mind/spirit connection to my work. My clients are busy people who find receiving gentle massage to be an effective way to unwind, de-stress, and re-connect with their bodies. A joyful part of their wellness regimen, some call it "ahhhh-inspiring"! A gentle touch for the body. An oasis for the mind. A respite for the spirit. Time out...for you.
(214) 919-5161
Dallas, Texas 75206
Micah Goodman, Massage Therapist  in Houston
“My ideal client suffers from chronic pain and limited flexibility. While my specialty is sports massage you do not have to be an athlete to receive therapeutic massage. If you suffer from chronic pain, whether it is headaches, back aches, shoulder aches, feet, or legs, my goal is for you to live a life without pain. My goal is to eliminate the pain in your life whenever, and wherever possible.
(281) 915-1290
Houston, Texas 77079
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
Sharon Jackson, Massage Therapist  in San Antonio
“I am trained in a variety of modalities including Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapy, Massage Therapy, Reiki, Cupping and Reflexology. I have certification in Geriatric, Sports, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy and Hot Stone Massage. I have experience working with all types of clients, from those suffering from an injury or muscle pain to clients looking for a relaxing and stress-reducing massage.
(210) 585-4010 x2
Wellspring Asian Massage & Skin Care, Massage Therapist  in The Woodlands
“Wellspring is one of the Woodlands area's great massage spas because of our dedication to providing our clients with outstanding spa services in a luxurious, tranquil, and spiritual atmosphere! We are known for our holistic treatments and the "good energy" that you feel as soon as you arrive. We are proud of our extensive training with the John Barnes, PT, approach to myofascial release.(www.myofascialrelease.com )
(713) 999-3663
Orthossage, Massage Therapist  in Magnolia
“Orthopedic Therapy is an advanced massage technique that naturally aligns muscles back to their original position. Using 60-120 pounds of pressure, underlying fascia or scarring will be broken down, exhibiting increased range of motion and less pain. The way this works is by focusing our attention to needed areas, and working minimally or passing over healthy muscles.These counteracting techniques is what makes orthopedic massage so successful. It is a team effort between you as the client, and the therapist. Combined,we encourage you to gain your independence back and use Orthossage as an extension to your health and maintenance.
(832) 632-8409
Magnolia, Texas 77354
Still Point Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“A heart centered practice begins with a sincere belief in the therapy that a therapist provides for clients. I specialize in helping the body heal itself. These results occur through Myofascial Release techniques. Get relief from chronic pain such as low back pain, frozen shoulder, planter fasciitis, sports injuries, muscle imbalances, back pain and headaches and fibromyalgia. Experience a therapy that will transform the way you feel.
(512) 355-7927
Austin, Texas 78746
“WWAM Mobile Massage's clients would be those who prefer to receive massage treatments onsite. Who's looking for a professional company that provide a variety of quality treatments that will fit their specific needs.
(832) 850-5894
Spring, Texas 77373
Nicole R Hartnett, Massage Therapist  in Burleson
“Massage is essential to overall physical, as well as emotional, well-being. It is my passion to support my clients through their journey to overall wellness. I offer a professional, therapeutic massage that is completely tailored to my client's needs. Along with the state required Massage Therapy curriculum, I have received training in Raindrop Therapy, Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue, Prenatal Massage, Hot Stone Massage and Reflexology. I look forward to meeting with you!
(817) 756-6133
Burleson, Texas 76028
Martha Binz LMT, Massage Therapist  in Midlothian
“Specializing in pain and injury management, physical performance improvements and relaxation, I use the techniques I have learned over my 11 years as a massage therapist to Identify any issues you are having and work with you to plan a strategy that will put you on the road to better health.
(214) 499-9614
Midlothian, Texas 76065
Tim Wong, Massage Therapist  in Dallas
“I specialize in treating the following: frozen shoulder, herniated disc, arthritis, pain in the neck & shoulders, hip degeneration, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, chronic or acute conditions (common or uncommon), & body maintenance treatment. Healing a body is all about understanding how the body functions & finding the root of the problem. The basic principal of treating any syndrome is to stimulate the body's natural healing process, promote blood supply & energy flow to the injured area using accupressure, manipulation, massage & energy work. For more info, visit my website at www.barehandsdoctor.com.
(469) 544-1115
Dallas, Texas 75230
John Vincent Marsella, Massage Therapist  in Flower Mound
Massage Therapist, LMT, MTI
“Specializing in massage, stretching and exercise for postural and chronic pain. With over 23 years as a therapist my experience ranges from starting out in the spa industry to being the massage therapist for the Dallas Stars hockey team until 2006.
(972) 584-1585
Academy Fitness of Texas, Massage Therapist  in Mckinney
“Do you suffer from any of the following: whiplash, stiff neck, migraines, low back pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis or recovery from surgery. I specialize in pain and injury treatment and prevention through client specific massage, stretching, yoga, pilates and nutritional evaluation.
(469) 209-4451
Mckinney, Texas 75071
Lymphology Wellness & Massage, Massage Therapist  in The Woodlands
“I opened my business for the sole purpose of bringing healing to the mind, body & spirit connection. Every treatment is catered toward your individual need. I have 15 years experience in many modalities which I incorporate into each treatment. If you are looking for a shift in how you are feeling, then you've found the right place. My office is located in the sophisticated quiet Brownstone Office Condos off Budde Rd & Sawdust. Please text, email or call for an appointment. website: www.lymphologywellness.com
(936) 777-0128
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
Jason Christopher Morris, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I perform 1 hour swedish or Deep Tissue massages for $40 or 2 hours for $70.
(512) 872-5743
Austin, Texas 78744
Karin Michele Anderson, Massage Therapist  in Dallas
“My massage work is a unique blend of physical relaxation, emotional balancing, and spiritual reconnection that leaves you ready to respond to the world again. Twenty seven years of experience and training combine to assure you the best in care. Issues treated include neck and back pain, plantar fasciitis, joint problems, TMJ, pregnancy massage, trigger point muscle work, and repetitive use injuries. I am a Shaklee distributor so I can coach you on diet and nutritional supplements as well as healthy and green home cleaning products, personal care products and weight management.
(214) 771-8976
Dallas, Texas 75214
Massage Therapist Jose M. Cruz, Massage Therapist  in Houston
“I had acquired my experience as massage therapist by working with many well-known massage companies in Houston. As massage therapist I believe in the value of customer care, that is why I had emphasize on training myself in many different modalities; So I can blend on the massage sessions some of this different techniques like deep tissue, trigger points, acupressure and cranial-sacral, just to mention some few modalities that I use on my practice.
(281) 738-5860
Houston, Texas 77079
“I M skilled License Therapist and use legitimate techniques of massage RMT106809 Experience the DIFFERENCE through the holistic healing arts! There is a fine ART to the science of TOUCH! I am an extremely talented and skilled licensed therapist that is an ARTIST at Touch and Healing. .. . I invite you to contact my office and experience for yourself the benefits of massage : Massage helps the body pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs. I do outcalls to OFFICES & HOMES (minimum 2 people) in Woodlands SprIng,Tomball area ONLY 24 Hrs notice.(previous payment BY CC )start $99 and up
(936) 236-1865
Spring, Texas 77386
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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.