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Massage Therapists in Austin

Victoria R Zelis, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“My goal with each client is to promote healing, relaxation, relief of physical, emotional, and mental stress from their everyday lives. As a massage therapist, it is important to connect my gifting and techniques to each person. This should enhance their spiritual wellness as well. To give a good massage to my clients is equally as rewarding and relaxing for me too. This enables me to be the best I can be for them during their session.
(512) 522-5930
Austin, Texas 78749
Sarah Wilson, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I'm an enthusiastic, positive, service oriented person. I love to collaborate, plan and take action with peers and colleagues. I have an unquenchable desire to grow professionally and personally, to have a positive impact on the people around me and leave things in better condition than I found them. **I AM TEMPORARILY NOT ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS, BUT WILL BE SOON. PLEASE CHECK BACK! Thank you!**
(512) 969-6205
Austin, Texas 78727
Kim Masoni, Massage Therapist  in Austin
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Massage Therapist, BA, Holisti, Healing
“I treat pain and anxiety effectively using a combination of massage and energy work. My goal is to treat the acute muscular pain as well as change the underlying energy pattern to heal chronic and acute issues altogether. I approach body work with a holistic view and intuitive nature with the intention to pinpoint and heal the underlying source of tension.
(512) 831-4851
Austin, Texas 78756
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
Tanya Buchko Green, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I have trained extensively with John Barnes, PT to become an Expert Level John Barnes MFR Therapist and assistant instructor, and I want to help you with your pain. Before I became an MFR Therapist, I experienced a huge change in my own health through the John Barnes' MFR Approach, which addressed my issues, including migraines, chronic lower back and neck pain, digestive problems, anxiety, adrenal exhaustion, and tendinosis. I searched for years to find a therapy that would relieve the source of my pain, and I found it! Now MY clients feel results, and I want to help you.
(512) 772-2437
Austin, Texas 78756
Barbara Lynne Judnic, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“Do you sit at a desk for long hours hunched over a computer or drive for endless hours? Do you bend, squat, reach, twist, push and pull repetitively throughout the day? Are you recovering from a surgical procedure or injury? Do you suffer from stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, high blood pressure or diabetes? Massage is proven to stimulate blood flow to injured tissue and release chemicals to decrease inflammation, clear the lymphatic system, decrease blood pressure, decrease blood sugar and release endorphins to elevate mood and energy.
(512) 640-2380
Austin, Texas 78745
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
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
Heart Hands Wellness, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I am an advanced massage therapist/instructor with well over 1,000 hours of training in bodywork techniques, including, therapeutic massage, deep tissue, sports massage, craniosacral therapy, Zero Balancing, structural bodywork, reflexology, energy healing, geriatric massage, pregnancy and infant massage, as well as Qigong. I have worked as a therapist in world class spas and salons, fitness centers, spine centers and chiropractic offices. My advanced training and "hands-on" experience enables me to create treatments using a variety of techniques and modalities for optimal wellness. I am thrilled to be offering my services to the general public in my private practice.
(512) 943-7754
Austin, Texas 78746
Relaxing Rituals Massage & Wellness, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“I have been helping people with their aches and pains for about 15 years. I absolutely LOVE what I do. My goal is to keep myself healthy and fit so that I have lots of energy to give to others. Many people tell me that when they get off my table, they feel energized. I listen to your concerns and encourage others to get on a maintenance program so that you feel better and move better! Most of my customers return and I have had the same customers since I have been in Austin for 10 years.
(512) 960-1825
Austin, Texas 78745
Tammy Marquez, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“Kinetix Body Science focuses on clients who lead an active lifestyle that may be recovering from an acute or chronic injury or just wanting to maintain their peak performance level. Attention to detail is what you can expect in a session at Kinetix Body Science.
(512) 772-4996
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78753
Hill Country Healing Arts & Massage, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“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
Office is near:
Austin, Texas 78736
Shiatsu Wishing Well, Massage Therapist  in Austin
“Shiatsu massage is an old healing process. It uses thumb and hand pressure on certain points called Tubo. These are the body's vital point. Shiatsu is the most effective form of massage for fatigue and stiff muscles. You are feeling like a fresh air, muscles are normarized and range of motion is regained, which increases stamina and vitality. This is performed with combination of oil massage and shiatsu pressure. Finishing touch is using hot towels to complete the relaxation. The result is better sleep and increased stamina. Room service available for hotel near the Mayo Clinic or at my studio.
(507) 581-8095
Office is near:
Austin, Minnesota 55912
Ilse L Ashbrook, Massage Therapist  in Austin
(512) 872-3474
Austin, Texas 78702
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Who can practice massage in Austin?
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 Austin 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 Austin LMT must then pass a certification exam.
What are the benefits of Austin massage?
Clients use massage in Austin 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 Austin can help prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep. Austin 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 Austin 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.