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Helen Marie Traglia, Massage Therapist  in Annville
“My mission is to use touch and the art of massage to serve as a beginning or continuum for empowering an individual to engage in his/her own healing process. I view myself as a facilitator for your healing, using my fine-tuned therapeutic presence and technical skills to bring your body to a more neutral place. It is in this place of balance you have less pain and discomfort and your body's infinite wisdom will continue to heal long after you leave my office.
(717) 715-0308
Annville, Pennsylvania 17003
Rebecca Stockdill, Massage Therapist  in Irwin
“Whether you want to just relax for an hour or figure out where that persistent headache or back pain is coming from, I can help. I specialize in finding tension that can lead to headaches, backaches, neck-aches, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, knee pain, foot pain, eyestrain, and poor circulation allover the body. I use light or deep pressure to your comfort level. You can get a full body massage or I can spend a whole hour just on your problem shoulder or knee. I can teach you basic tai chi breathing techniques to help you increase overall wellness.
(724) 491-8975
Irwin, Pennsylvania 15642
Marie Higgins, Massage Therapist  in Willow Grove
“I believe in the healing power of touch and I offer professional massage essential for your health and well-being! I am a nationally certified, state-licensed massage therapist who offers a variety of modalities. For client testimonials and modality information, please see my website at amtamembers.com/mariehiggins.
(267) 940-7063
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 19090
Cecelia Cece Rex, Massage Therapist  in Philadelphia
“My ideal client is one that is looking for relief from muscular aches from repetitive motion, motor vehicle or work related accidents, stress, and those looking to take care of themselves in a more wholistic way.
(215) 970-2478
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
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Massage Therapist, NCBTMB, LMT, CMMP
“My Ideal client is one who has a strong desire for improving their quality of life. I have effectively treated clients with Fibromyalga, TMJ, Migraines, Sciatica, Post Sergical Cancer Patients, Wiplash, Neck and Shoulder Disfunction, Cranial Thorasic Therapy, Back Pain, Knee Pain. I beleve in the power of touch and offer professional massage to achieve balance for your health and wellbeing. I'am Nationally Certified in the state of Pa. Offering a variety of modalities.
(610) 228-4317
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
“"The Lightcap Touch", is an integrated bodywork therapy that features Shiatsu, BodyMind Acupressure and Therapeutic Massage. I recently added Crainalsacral Fascial Therapy and Myofascial Unwinding in my work with children, adolescents, adults and families. The integrating of bodywork allows me to design treatments specific to each of my clients needs. Long term illness, physical injury or emotional distress can result in muscle tension, chronic pain, anxiety or depression; my desire is helping you relax, rejuvenate, and restore your body, your mind, and your spirit.
(610) 983-8877
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Jaci Yeager Massage Therapy & Associates, Massage Therapist  in Wayne
“We are a group of licensed and insured massage therapists with advanced training in therapeutic medical massage. We specialize in the relief of chronic and acute pain, injury rehabilitation, and surgery recovery. We offer deep tissue massage, myofascial release, craniosacral bodywork, lymphatic drainage, hot stone massage, pregnancy massage, and more. Reiki and private yoga sessions are available too! Every session is customized to meet your unique needs. We're passionate about client education! We'll teach you how the body works, why you're in pain, and self-care techniques to do at home.
(484) 240-3997
Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087
Therapy In Presence, Massage Therapist  in Yardley
“I consider massage an art. Throughout years of practice and thousands of hours in training, I have seen the benefits of listening and then fulfilling what you want out of your massage. Your session will be like no other, will be tailored to fit you, and you will be honored. I enjoy taking the time to educate and teach so that you always leave feeling you have something solid to bring into your daily life. I have seen clients experience a waterfall effect of good flowing into every aspect of life, feeling grounded, centered, and peaceful.
(215) 642-0655
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
Frank Goebel, Massage Therapist  in Philadelphia
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Massage Therapist, NCTMB, CMT
“Life4orceTouch - 80+ Yelp Reviews - Awarded 2013 Best in Philly. We are a Nationally Board Certified Massage Therapy Practice in business for over 6-years. Owner, Frank Goebel has taken 90-Minute massage twice a month for 20+years. He knows what Feels Good, How to create a Safe, Healing environment where you can Let Go of your Daily Worries, Relax Fully Feeling Rested and Revitalized. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."LIKE" Life4orceTouch Facebook page WIN Your FREE Massage
(267) 915-2467
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Megan Downs (Goldbacher), Massage Therapist  in Doylestown
“I like to think of massage therapy and yoga as methods of helping people feel better, and empowering them by creating a space to become more self aware. Once the distraction of physical stress or pain is lifted, we have the chance to take a breath and feel good. Oftentimes, I see the stress across clients’ faces and almost literally the weight on their shoulders before a treatment. I believe holistic modalities like therapeutic massage and yoga give people a chance to feel their mind, body, and heart connection, and bring us back to what matters to us as individuals.
“My aim is to connect the line between health of body and spirit. The goal is to keep a balance that maintains a curative state. With massage' Reflexology, and other modalities this can be obtained.
(610) 616-2757
Glenolden, Pennsylvania 19036
Kelly Ann Fox, Massage Therapist  in Washington Crossing
“Massage therapy can be focused on one particular modality or a combination of many. In my experience from working with my clients, I have found that a combination of modalities is the most effective. This is most commonly called Integrative Bodywork. We are all complex individuals with different needs at different times and this is the way that I approach each of my client's sessions. I look at each person holistically. We are physical, emotional, and spiritual beings. Different modalities address different systems. Together my clients & I determine the best modalities for their session that day.
(215) 240-6355
Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania 18977
Abby Elizabeth Samuels, Massage Therapist  in Pittsburgh
“I am best at assisting people who are in chronic or acute pain who have issues relating to stress, anxiety, achy, soreness, injury, and posture issues. I see the body as whole. You're either in the flow or stagnant in various places. I treat to align, balance, and ground. I am here to help you increase your flow of energy and vitality by helping you with relief so you can be in your body. I help you increase your patience with your body's process by using extra love and attention when I am with you.
(412) 426-3576
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15208
Conscius Vita, Massage Therapist  in Yardley
“Located in the historic borough of Yardley, PA with a picturesque view of the Delaware River, Conscius Vita offers professional, grounded therapeutic massage, bodywork and complementary healing arts. The goal of each session is to help you step out of the day's concerns into a nurturing experience, giving yourself time to relax, releasing both daily and persistent stress, reestablish your presence of mind and rejuvenate your body's vital energy.
(201) 603-3224
Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067
Tarah Ann Hood, Massage Therapist  in Sharpsville
“Hello, I have been practicing since 2011. I attended Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy for college. I attended multiple CEU courses for Pain Managment massage techniques for chronic/ acute injuries. My primary focus in my practice is returning clients back to a stress/ pain free lifestyle. I also offer full body relaxation massage for those looking to decrease stress/ anxiety. Appointment only. 30 min, 60 min or 90 min slots available.
(724) 572-0120
Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 16150
Back In Balance Massage, Massage Therapist  in Philadelphia
“I specialize in massage for all types of clients. I massage in the corporate setting for special events, staff and student appreciation, and health fairs. I help reduce stress In the office atmosphere bringing calmness and relaxation.
(610) 427-8734
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
The Healing Art Of Touch, Massage Therapist  in Sellersville
“Stress, anxiety, muscle pain, soreness, reduced range of motion, headaches, chronic neck and back pain, are common reasons my clients request therapy. Therapeutic massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release & EFT/Meridian Tapping are some techniques I use to achieve my clients' goals. I am committed to providing alternative choices that focus on wellness and healing in the whole person.
(215) 273-6497
Sellersville, Pennsylvania 18960
Touch of Light Healing & Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in West Chester
“My main focus is Myofascial Release Therapy. MFR is simply the most effective modality of bodywork available. Using a long stretch, low impact approach, I am able to release stiffness and pain that could have been years in the making. Seeing the body as one whole system allows me to see where the true origin of your pains and stiffness truly are. This technique allows me to go deeper that traditional "Deep Tissue" massage without the damaging force and trauma that deep tissue massage often causes. Simply put, this work allows you to feel younger!
(610) 200-6171
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382
m spa: a micro-spa for therapeutic bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Yardley
“Serious Inquries ONLY Please. I ONLY provide: PROFESSIONAL Therapeutic Massage. Require 24 hour notice for ALL "new" male clients, a telephone consult prior to initial visit, payment at time of booking.*** I have additional Male staff in Suite (not in treatment room) at ALL time. For additional info and promotional offers: Facebook.com/mspayardley
Cryo Spa Natural Healing Center, Massage Therapist  in Southampton
“Cryo Spa Natural Healing Center welcomes you to experience the powerful healing effects of Shiatsu, Acupressure massage that combines healing effects of Acupuncture with the soothing and relaxing qualities of massage therapy. It delivers deep healing and restores balance to your muscles and joints and positively affects the workings of your internal organs while providing emotional balance and healing. We also offer massage therapies and whole body cryo therapy for natural pain relief. We are here to assist you with your healing process.
(215) 688-5770
Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966

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