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Carla Wiechman, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
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Massage Therapist, LMP, CC, CST
“You may be facing the daily stresses of a busy life, recovering from a physical injury, illness or inner trauma, or exploring wellness and prevention. In each case, I assist you by using the appropriate modality for you or guiding you in a combined approach. I use physical massage, craniosacral therapy, Qi Gong, lymph drainage, and sensory and somatic mindfulness and awareness. I work with adults, babies and children. Craniosacral therapy is my treatment of choice for babies and children who have experienced pre or postnatal difficulties.
(206) 452-1772
Seattle, Washington 98103
Theresa Benkman, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Even before going to massage school, I was steeped in the theory and practice of bodywork. I was raised by a Trager practitioner, and have received bodywork from quality practitioners of various modalities from infancy. As a child, I was already proclaimed to have "the hands for bodywork." It just took me a little longer to find my passion for it. I graduated from Discoverypoint School of Massage where I studied Swedish massage, sports massage, reflexology, hydrotherapy, lymphatic massage, positional release techniques and more under some of the top teachers and practitioners in their fields.
(206) 518-9724
Seattle, Washington 98102
Bowenwork Health Center, Massage Therapist  in Marysville
“Practicing since 1985, specializing in Bowenwork Manual Therapy since 2004. MyofascialRelease visit bowenworkhealthcenter.com to learn more about Bowenwork Manual Therapy. Nancy Clark LMP 16620, Registered Bowenwork Specialist.
(360) 339-8705
Marysville, Washington 98270
Carl Anderson, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“My services benefit clients who are seeking relief from debilitating pain (sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, shoulder, neck, migraines, headaches) and limited range of motion. The personal experience I had in overcoming debilitating pain has given me an extraordinary gift in feeling and addressing my clients' pain. When doing relaxing or therapeutic massage, my goal is to nurture the client and promote healing.
(206) 569-8953
Seattle, Washington 98102
Cynthia T Callison, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Have an injury caused by trauma, repetitive motion or postural distortion? Feeling stressed out, anxious or overwhelmed? Whether you seek solace from the stresses of everyday life, relief from pain and discomfort or recovery from injury, I can help!
(206) 569-8946
Seattle, Washington 98103
Tamara J Lair, Massage Therapist  in Vancouver
“With a massage therapy treatment You will experience relief, you will be able to breathe deeper, you will have increased range of motion, reduced stress, sleep improvement, overall feeling of peace, decreased pain and you'll even stand up straighter. Massage is a highly effective treatment to cope with stress and painful sore muscles from injuries, poor posture, or repetetive movements. All ages and body types can benefit from the wonderful effects of massage. I use a wide range of massage techniques to provide nurturing therapeutic massage while addressing your individual needs, and maintaining comfort and security.
(360) 972-3498
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Janine Ragucci, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Specializing in, but not limited to, upper back, neck and shoulder injuries, along with relaxation techniques for stress. Relaxation and Treatment work.
(206) 922-4609
Seattle, Washington 98112
Sirin Massage, Massage Therapist  in Mercer Island
“Over the course of her 15-year career, Joy has evolved into a seasoned and intuitive practitioner who blends specific, intentional treatment with a deeply nourishing style. She works with a diverse range of elite clientele, including the Seattle Seahawks who look to her expertise season after season. With each massage, Joy sees an opportunity to heal the body as a means of freeing the spirit.
(425) 374-0090
Mercer Island, Washington 98040
Jill M Patten, Massage Therapist  in Edmonds
“I bring focused gentle presence, strong intuition, and an eclectic blend of skills, gathered over many years, into the massage room. I like working with a wide variety of clients, but my favorite focus is stress relief, since stress is at the root of so many ailments. Even a deep tissue massage, focused on relieving pain from a muscular strain or sprain, can and should have a relaxing element.
(206) 673-5063
Edmonds, Washington 98026
The Wellness Sanctuary, Massage Therapist  in Des Moines
“If you're looking for licensed, certified, and professional practitioners along with a place you can learn, grow, & heal-you've come to the right place. The Wellness Sanctuary IS THAT SPECIAL PLACE you've been looking for. What makes us unique is that not only do we provide customized, quality, therapeutic wellness services; we make sure to make your whole experience memorable while trying to maintain affordability.
(253) 235-3941
Des Moines, Washington 98198
Tamara Scarlett-Lyon, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Practicing with gratefulness and delight since 1988, I meet each person with respect, curiosity and appreciation. I bring a depth of presence and a wide range of skills to each session which I tailor to the individual's needs and goals. Whether we focus on relaxation, injury treatment, stress reduction, increasing awareness, maintenance, personal exploration or inquiry into body symptoms, or a combination of any of the above, I aim for the individual to leave the session feeling in some way better than when they arrived.
(206) 569-8915
Seattle, Washington 98117
Valentin Delgado, Massage Therapist  in Vancouver
“Is my passion to help people improve their lifestyle by incorporating massage. I believe the human body is a Self-healing organism. Clients frequently ask me "What Makes You A Great Therapist?" The more I think about it, I think what makes me an outstanding therapist is; my ability to customize a massage session to each client, adjusting pressure as needed, I can be as light or deep as the client request I have learned to read body language, my hands are very sensitive to soft tissue and many times my hands adjust automatically in response to feedback from muscles.
(360) 529-5022
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Michael J Jacobus, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“I enjoy working with clients who seek more ease and freedom in their bodies. Helping clients find more ease in their everyday lives is a real joy for me.
(206) 569-8955
Seattle, Washington 98102
Sheila Bailey, Massage Therapist  in Port Townsend
“I acknowledge and deeply believe that a person has the power within themselves for healing. My inner peace and spirit combined with the body work modalities that I practice are a catalyst in assisting others to bring about their own state of health and healing. I practice intuitive massage, craniosacral therapy, manual lymphatic drainage and a variety of energy work techniques. I strive to help people with a mix of modalities, to create an inner peace for themselves that will allow them to heal from the inside both physically and emotionally.
(360) 526-8361
Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Aliza Winship-Freyer (Shalloway), Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“Massage is a great gift in these modern times. While technology has catapulted our growth exponentially, our biology has yet to adapt to hours of computer use, driving, and information overload. This is where massage comes in. In my practice I expertly treat aches, pains, injuries, and stress, in a calm environment that invites relaxation and peace of mind. While I blend bits and pieces of many of the disciplines and schools of thought I have been exposed to, the foundation of my work is deep tissue massage, neuromuscular trigger point therapy, and craniosacral therapy.
(206) 535-1663
Seattle, Washington 98115
Wendy Rose Acorn, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“I would like to help you on your healing journey; I do: Deep Tissue Massage, Lomilomi (healing with love), and Trigger Point Therapy. Clients say I have the soft, healing hands. I work at Accident and Injury Care which also offers Chiropractic help Monday - Thursday 9:30 - 5:00. We are specifically involved with the Somali people. I work at Admiral Healing Arts every other Friday. I also teach yoga and I have been growing my skills as a massage therapist for 26 years. I am an athlete, a mother of two and my most current passion is learning how to paint silk.
(206) 535-1440
Seattle, Washington 98118
Peak Performance Bodyworks, Massage Therapist  in Vancouver
“My main focus for Peak Performance Bodyworks is helping the horse and rider perform at the best that they can. The horse and rider are athletes. For the rider I specialize is creating maximum range of motion in legs, shoulders, neck, and low back. For the horse, my best areas of work are the shoulders, neck, and legs. I specialize is the performance horse, from hunter under saddle to western pleasure.
(360) 868-6138
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Pamela Moody, Massage Therapist  in Vancouver
“I have been studying and practicing massage since 1998. My primary focus has been helping people recover from injuries and accidents with treatment massage. I utilize deep tissue techniques, such as myofascial release and trigger point therapy, in combination with Swedish relaxation massage, lomi lomi (hawaiian massage) and reflexology for the maximum benefit to my clients. I have successfully helped people with plantarfascitis, headaches, tennis elbow, whiplash, fibromyalgia, low back pain, tmj, rotator cuff injuries, and more. I also have experience with pregnancy massage. I love it! No one needs massage more than a pregnant woman!
(360) 200-6164
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Sherrie Dixon, Massage Therapist  in Seattle
“I specialize in Injury Treatment Massage, Sports Massage, NMT (NeuroMuscular Technique), Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, trigger points-- those techniques that can correct posture, bring healing and range of motion to injured/frozen/stiff/stuck muscles and joints and release knots and scar tissue. The kind that can improve your golf game,basketball/baseball/tennis or any other sport, finally release that chronic neck or shoulder pain or stiffness, roll those shoulders back so you can stand straight and be in balance and at ease, address those leg and hip issues so you can walk with ease.
(206) 250-4632
Seattle, Washington 98115
Thassanee Cross, Massage Therapist  in Sammamish
“I am from Thailand where I practiced and taught Thai Traditional Massage Therapy at Wat Po massage school in Bangkok for 13 years. I am now living in the USA near Seattle, and am looking forward to meeting new clients with whom to share my knowledge and experience.
(425) 329-8218
Sammamish, Washington 98075

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