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Valence Massage, Massage Therapist  in Springfield
“Are you looking for a skilled and experienced massage therapist who understands both the art and the science of massage therapy? Over the last 7 years I have refined my work to be able to address the therapeutic goals of nearly any person. I offer the most effective massage techniques without gimmicks or recipes. Whether you have anxiety, depression, chronic pain, or an acute injury, I can help you.
Sports Injuries
(417) 544-8038
Springfield, Missouri 65809
Roger Hicks, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis
“If I had to choose one word to describe a session with me it would be restorative. If you are experiencing pain, stress or need to improve function or range of motion, I can help. My ideal client is focused on wellness and understands that our relationship is best approached as an active partnership. I like to work on, relieve and eliminate conditions such as carpal tunnel, whiplash, neck pain, shoulder pain, migraines, back pain, sciatica, golfers elbow, tennis elbow,plantar fasciitis and achilles tendonitis. I don't just treat symptoms. I am always looking for the source and attempting to restore balance.
Sports Injuries
(314) 665-1799
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Cathy Mulholland, Massage Therapist  in Ballwin
“I became interested in massage therapy when I found relief from migraines through a massage therapist. As an LMT, I'm now offering shiatsu, therapeutic massage combined with Myofascial Release for relaxation, giving relief of pain. My focus is on relaxation, strengthening the immune system and reducing pain. I assist clients in moving along with recovery, finding relief from migraines, fibromyalgia, and other stressful conditions along with maintaining good health and wellness. Treatments include Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, and shiatsu , along with sports massage. My goal is to help people reach optimal health, and to live life pain free.
Sports Injuries
(314) 200-0424
Ballwin, Missouri 63011
Daniel Lacroix, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis
“I help patients recover from injuries, reduce post-operative discomfort, accelerate healing, relieve chronic pain, maintain wellness and enhance relaxation. The goal of my treatment is to address the root cause of pain and not just the symptoms in order to achieve long-term relief. Depending on the client's needs, I use a combination of myofascial release, cranio-sacral therapy, deep tissue and Lomi Lomi massage techniques. I also offer my clients the SHAPE ReClaimed program. In addition to helping people lose weight, this program works to decrease inflammation, enhance immune function and re-set the metabolism.
Sports Injuries
(314) 200-0547
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Elizabeth Diebold, Massage Therapist  in Creve Coeur
“We provide in office therapeutic massage, mobile massage and onsite chair massage. We help individuals suffering with injuries, headaches, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia & those who want to enhance sleep quality, concentration, immunity, increase energy, and feel better! To meet our massage therapist team, visit http://avalon8wellness.com/our-team/
Sports Injuries
(314) 888-5175
Creve Coeur, Missouri 63141
Susann Thompson, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
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Massage Therapist, NCBTMB, LMT, ICTA
“My main focus is on patients suffering from musculoskeletal pain conditions such as back pain, joint pain and decreased range of motion, neck, shoulder and arm pain, and hip, leg and foot pain. Many of my patients who were partially or wholly incapacitated due to traumatic injuries and/or surgeries have found tremendous relief from pain and return of function following therapy. I also get very favorable results with those suffering from the side-effects of stress and anxiety such as tension and migraine headaches, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.
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Kathleen H Christ, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis
“We offer a wide-range of therapies and modalities because we work with people of all ages and conditions from newborns to the elderly in transition. Our work can be as gentle or powerful as needed. We also do fourth and fifth dimensional medicine, as well as helping people reset and re-balance after traumas. Doing the emotional integrative work is as important as the physical, if the healing process is to hold and be transformative. Please see our website: watsu1.com.
Sports Injuries
(314) 488-2892
Saint Louis, Missouri 63141
Lifestyle & Little Ones, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
“Using a personalized, holistic approach, I will support you in making choices that improve your quality of life, health, and happiness.
Sports Injuries
(816) 396-8924
Kansas City, Missouri 64113
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Richa's Total Touch Massage & Beauty, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
“Here at Total Touch Massage & Beauty Salon; catering to clients of all ages is top priority with experience in the hair care of all nationalities. My massages are relaxing, healing and therapeutic. I've treated clients with auto accident injuries, backaches, and stiffness. Other services include manicures (no artificial nails), pedicures, waxing, facials, and hot stone massages (which helps the muscles to relax). Myokinesthetics (is the moving of muscle over bone) helps to speed the healing process. Stretching is incorporated and helps the muscles to perform better to avoid injuries due to inactivity".
(816) 237-5445
Kansas City, Missouri 64119
Beki Jaster Burley, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis
“I help people to be free from pain, to recover more quickly from injuries, to attain a higher level of health and wellness, and to experience relaxation. I believe that when the body's "fight or flight" response is turned down, the body can then begin to heal itself. When people experience safe, loving, healing touch through massage, they can often begin to live in emotional wholeness, physical health, and freedom.
(314) 403-7275
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Linda Stoffel, Massage Therapist  in Hollister
“My intention in working in the healing arts field is always to provide a safe, holistic healing experience for you. My skills learned in 18 years as a Massage Therapist can help relieve symptoms of Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel, Plantar Fasciitis and TMJ. Often tight piriformis (butt) muscles are mistakenly diagnosed as Sciatica. Massage brings healing to the body and helps keep it in a state of health. The RUBENFELD SYNERGY METHOD works on a more profound and deeper level to create awareness and understanding of emotions causing chronic pain (physical and emotional) in our lives.
(417) 671-4038
Hollister, Missouri 65672
Nancy Fulton, Massage Therapist  in Saint Louis
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Massage Therapist, LMT, Board, Certifi, TfH, NCBTMB
“I customize my massage to your needs using my advanced training in: Cellulite Massage, Myofascial Release, MediCupping Massage, Pre-Natal Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Deep Tissue, Abdominal Massage, Cranial Sacral, Reiki Master, Pranic Healing Practitioner, Healing Touch, Japanese Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology, Touch for Health (applied kinesiology), New Born Massage Education for Parents and Caregivers Your massage is created just for your body.
(314) 494-9322
Saint Louis, Missouri 63117
Essential Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Springfield
“As a Massage Therapist, I focus on relaxation and tension relief. Just before our session, we will come up with a plan for the hour. In addition to Deep Tissue or Swedish massage, I offer relaxing music, essential oils, hot towel therapy, and stretching, all at no extra cost.
(417) 720-8314
Springfield, Missouri 65804
A Healing Touch, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
“As a practicing LMT since 1997, my intention is to create and customize a massage just for you! I excel in: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Zen Body Therapy (structural realignment to alleviate pain and poor postural habits), Trigger Point, Thai Massage and Energy work. I strive to combine the perfect therapeutic approach to fit your needs in a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. With my background in movement and body awareness as a dance educator, I know that, "Our bodies are an excellent resource for getting in touch with who we are, being in the moment and experiencing the joy of being alive."
(816) 866-0925
Kansas City, Missouri 64113
Theresa Givens, Massage Therapist  in Kirkwood
“Hello my name is Theresa Givens, I am a licensed massage therapist and the owner of Sacred Space Massage. I chose a career in massage therapy because of my desire to help people live a healthy and abundant life. I am passionate about the many benefits of massage therapy and it is my wish to educate the public on how this gentle approach to wellness can have a profound effect on the quality of life. I integrate a wide variety of techniques that I have learned in my many years of study into every massage, but my greatest tools are intuition, and intention.
(314) 858-5707
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
Andrea Mouser, Massage Therapist  in Springfield
“I specialize in Touch! I received my certification as a massage therapist in 1990 from the Colorado School of Healing Arts. I provide non-sexual, therapeutic massage to help you experience relief from pain and tension, improve range of motion and achieve deep relaxation. I utilize myofascial release and craniosacral therapy in my sessions. Additionally, I am a Certified WatsuŽ Practitioner ~ warm water aquatic bodywork - the session takes place in a shallow pool, your body, supported in my arms throughout the session, receives gentle stretches and is rotated and flexed in a manner not possible on a table.
(417) 213-5847
Springfield, Missouri 65807
“Hello, I'm a Graduate from Sanford Brown St. Peters Massage Program. I've worked at a Massage chain my first year out of College. I then went to work in a Chiropractors office for 3yrs. This is were I knew my real passion for massage therapy was healing. Majority of my clients suffer from back, neck issues. I take pride in helping my clients to feel better. Its not just about relaxing with me its about feeling better after you leave my office. So if your interested in a therapist that listens to you and your body needs I'm the therapist for you.
(636) 549-8520
O Fallon, Missouri 63366
Advanced Bodyworks, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
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“I specialize in providing consistant pain relief for many of the chronic pain issues that people suffer from today!. This would include things like back and neck pain, knee and hip pain, plantar fascitis, migrain headaches, frozen shoulder, TMJ, tennis elbow, sciatica, shin splints, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. I have been in private practice for more than fifteen years in the KCMO area. Training and many years of experience is what gives me an edge and gives me a better understanding of my patients needs. If you want long lasting results, I have the knowledge, passion and experience to help!
(816) 237-5344
Kansas City, Missouri 64118
Michael Lathrop, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
“We specialize in many modalities of massage therapy. That way we can customize each session specifically to your needs, maximizing every minute for the best results.
(816) 399-3032
Office is near:
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
The Massage Lady, Massage Therapist  in Kansas City
“Melissa Lynne McMaster is a Massage Therapist located in Overland Park, Kansas
(816) 463-4641
Office is near:
Kansas City, Missouri 64131
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Who can practice massage in Missouri (MO)?
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 Missouri (MO) 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 Missouri (MO) LMT must then pass a certification exam.