Massage Therapists in Hughes County

Area auto-widened to the state of Oklahoma - no Massage Therapists were found in Hughes County, OK
"The style of bodywork that I employ is clinical/therapeutic. I commonly work with athletes, pain syndromes,nerve entrapments, repetitive use injuries, range of motion disorders as well as common aches and strains. I offer deep tissue and corrective bodywork employing sports/athletic, trigger point therapy, neuromuscular,myofascial release and pain management techniques."
Massage Therapist
"At Minska Massage we pride ourselves on excellence. We hire only Certified Massage Therapist with a formal education. We are currently the official massage therapy team for a professional soccer team as well as many other athletes. We cater not only to athletes but specialize in rehabilitation massage, deep tissue massage, couples massage and corporate outcalls."
Massage Therapist, BCTMB, CMT
"For over 12 years, Amy has helped chronic pain and musculoskeletal dysfunction. Real precision. Real results. She has worked with many athletes, office professionals, and has worked on many injuries. She is known for her intricate, thorough work on marathon runners legs, whiplash clients' necks and post partum low back issues with moms."
Massage Therapist, NCTM, BHSP
"I am a retired school teacher with a second career as a Massage Therapist, CranioSacral Practioner, Brennan Healing Science Practioner, and Watsu Practitioner. I bring my 29 years of teaching and middle school counseling together with my 12 years of training and experience in massage and energy bodywork to give you an experience that will awaken you spirit, relax your mind and make you feel more alive!"
Massage Therapist, LMT, AMTA, BCTMB
"I have over 9 years of experience in Massage and Bodywork. My primary focus is working with clients who have pain. I work with athletes, those with chronic pain, and old or new injuries. I also help people manage stress. By holding space and increasing awareness, clients can become more comfortable within their own bodies when they have experienced anxiety, emotional pain, and trauma."