Massage Therapists: 1 to 20

Refine Your Search

Massage Therapists in Texas (TX)

Massage Techniques of The Woodlands, Massage Therapist  in The Woodlands
“I am located inside the Woodlands Professional Building, minutes from I-45. I work with everyone from the Professional Athlete, to the entire family. Go to my website to read my wide range of reviews from Olympic Athletes to...etc. My techniques are multi-faceted, because everyone is different. I am very passionate about massage, and I love learning new modalities and techniques to better service my wide range of clientele. I encourage everyone to try my signature massage, which includes 30mins complimentary Chakra Energy Balancing with any 90min session. Balance of the mind, energy-frequency, and body.
(936) 755-3960
Intelligent Therapeutic Solution, Massage Therapist  in San Antonio
“A LMT with 8 and 1/2 years experience as well as an LMTI. I specialize in deep tissue and sports massage. I deliver intuitive, experienced and thorough bodywork. My experience includes deep tissue, sports massage, myofascial release, active isolated stretching, PNF and many other modalities of therapeutic massage to help my clients reach and maintain optimal health and balance.
(210) 321-9667
Hilary P Sellers, Massage Therapist  in Katy
“I love spending time with my clients...and giving 2hr massages are my favorite. A lot of my clients opt for this.
(281) 787-9009
Katy, Texas 77494
WWAM Mobile Massage, Massage Therapist  in Spring
“My ideal client enjoys onsite massage treatments on a consistent basis
(713) 766-4534
Spring, Texas 77373
Michelle Kirksey Lopez, Massage Therapist  in Richardson
“People are busy and have hectic lives...I want to give my clients choices that will fit their lifestyles. I want to be part of their health plan, and help my clients to achieve their specific wellness goals. I am willing to work as part of a health care team in order to support my clients' overall personal goals.
(214) 306-7821
Richardson, Texas 75080
Philippa Dodson, Massage Therapist  in Richardson
Verified by HealthProfs.com
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
Madeleine Terry, Massage Therapist  in Richardson
“I am an experienced and extensively trained certified massage therapist. My private practice includes a wide variety of professionals who rely on my skills to achieve and maintain physical comfort. Each session is individually designed for the benefit of the client. To obtain optimal results, I often combine a variety of modalities including Swedish Massage, Reiki, Hot Stones and a Trager-influenced approach to encourage a sense of well-being in body, mind, spirit.
(214) 390-9680
Richardson, Texas 75080
Excellence In Touch Massage & Reiki, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“Rejuvenate your body, mind, spirit with relaxing, healing massage or reiki. Reverse the effects of stress, repair damaged muscle tissue, and relax. Our therapeutic massage and reiki techniques remove pain throughout your body. Excellence In Touch uses techniques that improve circulation, detoxify your body, relieve tension, improve digestion, enhance muscle tone, and increase mental alertness while relieving pain and stiffness. Our sessions not only benefit the body, they benefit the mind as well. Experience mental and spiritual healing as your mind releases stress and worry, and allows a renewed sense of energy and emotional well-being to enter your spirit.
(512) 415-9691
Austin, Texas 78746
“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
Abbey Touchette, Massage Therapist  in Tomball
“My goal is to provide professional massage therapy services at my location in Tomball, or in the convenience of your home or office in the Northwest Houston area at an affordable price. My services include $1 a min. chair massage, 30,60,90 and 120 min. table massages starting at $60.
(586) 554-2000
Tomball, Texas 77375
“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
Studio Martica, Massage Therapist  in Richardson
“Studio Martica is a state licensed massage establishment (ME2461). We have several state licensed massage therapists on staff and all have extensive certified training in many massage techniques and modalities. Martha Marshall (MT112959) is the owner and lead therapist. Martha has many years experience and certifications in Massage, Physical and Sports Therapy. Her specialty is Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Hot Stone and Wellness Therapy.
(972) 372-0988
Richardson, Texas 75081
Houston Center For Massage, Massage Therapist  in Houston
“I got into massage back in 2008 when i graduated from a 500 hours massage school. Since then, I have slowly built a private massage practice while managing a full time job. Most of my business is from repeat customers who come in regularly. I have built my business by focusing on meeting customers exact needs. I take the time to talk through what they need/want and all options available to them. I offer many different styles of massage, some therapeutic styles for pain management and non-therapeutic styles for pure relaxation. My prmiary goal is a satisfied client.
(281) 940-7986
Houston, Texas 77069
Linda Nickels, Massage Therapist  in Houston
“I have been in practice for 20 years. The first 6 years I worked at an upscale dayspa and have been in private practice since. My clients often fall asleep, unless I am doing deep tissue work. I find that many clients carry their stress in their head, neck, shoulders and lower back.
(281) 394-1808
Houston, Texas 77098
Jobonga Massage & Natural Therapies, Massage Therapist  in Plano
“We are a Massage & Day Spa wellness center providing natural remedies to modern living. Our services range from giving quick relief to a sore back to providing a pampering 3-hour day spa session. All our therapists are licensed by the state and experts in their field.
(469) 892-8976
Plano, Texas 75023
Hunter Bartlett Massage & Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I have been a licensed bodyworker since 2004 and I truly believe in the healing power of touch. I have been trained under many amazing instructors in the body work field, from everything to Swedish, Oncology Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy and Spa Therapies such as scrubs and wraps. I strive to provide the best possible service for my clients so that no matter the reason of their visit, they leave their sessions with peace of mind and complete satisfaction.
(806) 686-3298
Austin, Texas 78750
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
Jerry Casner L.M.T., Massage Therapist  in Houston
“Strong Soothing Hands, Tempered by Experience... This is the way you imagined a "Real Professional Massage" to be. Full Body ~ Head to Toe techniques. Slow Relaxation ~ Deep Tissue ~ Soft Tissue ~ Pre-Natal ~Breast Massage ~ Stretching. Runners/Sports or those who are just on the Go... I invite you to relax and unwind...... Soft lighting, soothing music, and a continuous touch to caress your aching muscles or ease your stress away..... Your comfort is my priority. Clean linens, soft pillows, you will loose yourself the minute you lay on my table. In or OutCall ...
(281) 306-4292
Houston, Texas 77024
Ross Weaver, Massage Therapist  in Houston
Verified by HealthProfs.com
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.