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Umai Health Center Massage Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Vienna
“When I say I am a massage therapist, people automatically start pointing to their sore muscles and joints. Massage as a non-invasive therapy has been around for thousands of years and just keeps getting better the more we understand muscle dysfunction and the role stress plays in our overall health. Whether you suffer from stress and stress related syndromes such as PTSD, are uncomfortable because pregnancy changes or just want to slip into a relaxed state of mind for a hour or two, Massage Therapy at Umai Health Center can help.
(703) 935-1871
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Jeannie A Smith, Massage Therapist  in Norfolk
“I serve clients from Portsmouth, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, Yorktown, Williamsburg, James City County and York County. I work by appointment only, but do work days, evenings and weekends. I have a very high client retention rate. I offer a multi-faceted level of care and incorporate several different healing modalities throughout your treatment based upon what your body needs for healing on a given day. My work is very eclectic and is very far removed from a typical spa massage. The work is effective for pain/stress relief and can promote deep relaxation as well.
(757) 695-4833
Norfolk, Virginia 23509
Energy & Serenity Bodyworks, Massage Therapist  in Fairfax
“Vicky Troy, MS, CMT, NCTMB is a holistic health and wellness practitioner. Ms. Troy is the owner and operator of Energy & Serenity Bodyworks, an east/west integrated bodyworks & stress management service in Fairfax City, Virginia. Our mission is holistic health and wellness through healing, detoxification and preventaive maintenance. Our comprehensive services include massage therapy, energy healing, reflexology, farr infrared light therapy, hypnotherapy, Alkaline water therapy, and detoxification footbaths. Our integrated work is ideal for anyone interested in alternative holistic health, detox, injury recovery, chronic pain, or repetitive motion strain issues. And our athletic clients really appreciate our vigorous stretch massages.
(703) 596-4201
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Melvin Williams, Massage Therapist  in Alexandria
“I strive to focus on the patient's health needs rather than a service. Every massage is different and I want to make sure mt patients understand that they are not clients walking through the door. You are my responsibility. I believe building a strong relationship with your therapist improves communication and understanding the exact natures of the each challenge we may encounter. I hope we can work together to discover the best ways to release your stress and relax your mind.
(877) 987-3529
Alexandria, Virginia 22304
Bluepoint Wellness & Spa, Massage Therapist  in Centreville
“Every pain has reason. I find the cause of your pain and help you to reduce them. I will do my best and God will do the rest.
(703) 436-8265
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Massage at Skin and Zen Spa, Massage Therapist  in Harrisonburg
“I've been in the medical field since 1998. I was greatly concerned by the practice of over-prescribing pain medicine, antibiotics and steroids, misuse by the consumer, and the great dependency that people place on pharmaceuticals. This led me to a career in massage therapy. I help each client develop a wellness plan to meet their individual needs. Not only offering total relaxation, I've had great success with alleviating chronic pain as well as acute injuries and conditions.
(540) 709-7341
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801
Amenaua Ankhkhu Foy, Massage Therapist  in Fairfax
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Massage Therapist, CMT, CPT, MBA, MS
“Power of Life Integrated Bodywork focuses on injury prevention, pain relief, muscle tone optimization, and preservation of mental and physical well-being. I provide bodywork services to help clients create and maintain a healthy lifestyle and achieve results that include: 1) prevent injury; 2) eliminate energy and fascial restrictions; 3) feel fulfilled and balanced; and 4) have ample energy for activities of daily living. My clients come from all walks of life and age groups. They desire healthy, balanced lives and recognize the value of working with a trained professional to establish and/or maintain their health and wellness.
(571) 295-5774
Fairfax, Virginia 22033
Shangri-La Day Spa, Massage Therapist  in Vienna
“The staff at Shangri-La Day Spa is committed to the personal attention of each and every client that visits our facility. This is a professional spa where all treatments are customized and designed to the clients needs in order to get the ultimate results. There is a high standard of good customer service, privacy, comfort and peacefulness.
(703) 260-7109
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Hayes Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, Massage Therapist  in Ashburn
“Hayes Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork of Ashburn Virginia provides an extensive variety of massage and bodywork services including Therapeutic, Myofascial, Deep Tissue, Sports, Craniosacral, Prenatal, Aromatherapy and Hot Stone. Whether you're managing a chronic condition, looking to recover from a painful injury, improve performance, are feeling the harmful effects of stress in your body, or just wish to relax and receive a pleasant therapeutic massage - Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork will be the perfect therapy for you. Call or email to find out how I can be of service to you!
(703) 997-7609
Ashburn, Virginia 20147
Bagi Dagva, Massage Therapist  in Vienna
“I use a personalized approach with my clients. Each individual's body composition an medical status is assessed and the session is adapted to client need and desire. Clients range from professional athletes to individuals looking for stress management and injury recovery.
(571) 248-7186
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Sarah M Handley, Massage Therapist  in Charlottesville
“Deliver your body over into knowledgeable hands that will knead, stretch, compress, and pulsate away the tensions and holding points that cause pain and stress. Therapeutic massage provides physical, psychological, energetic, emotional benefits. Allow yourself the time and space to come into a physical and mental state of grace and ease.
(434) 207-2875
Heather Fox, Massage Therapist  in Annandale
“I prefer to treat clients with chronic and sub acute sports and orthopedic related injuries and conditions. My style of massage is mainly therapeutic. I can range from light to deep pressure using different techniques to relieve pain and tension.
(703) 810-7911
Annandale, Virginia 22003
Brian Wah, Massage Therapist  in Herndon
“Brian is one of the few practitioners of Asian bodywork that has focused on one system. While many practitioners take a few weekend workshops and say they "practice Shiatsu," in truth the art takes years to master. After completing his initial massage therapy program in 2000, Brian Wah studied with master shiatsu practitioner Pauline Sasaki from 2000-2007 in her art of Quantum Shiatsu. In his practice, he has aided clients with both chronic and acute pain such as pinched nerves, migraines, and carpal tunnel. Brian also helps people regain their zest and joy for living a life of meaning.
(703) 940-9278
Herndon, Virginia 20170
“While in Cambodia, I worked in the emergency room as a registered nurse, working with"Doctor Without Border" for six years,I witnessed the heavy responsibility placed on medical professionals. It was there that I realized my desire to help people through their painful times with love and compassion.
(703) 596-4415
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
“My primary practice is Structural Integration, a system of bodywork based on the pioneering work of Ida Rolf. This involves a series of sessions (I ordinarily do 12) consisting primarily of deep myofascial work and movement education. The goal is to balance the body's musculature and connective tissues in such a way that the bones can most easily align in the gravity field we live in. This alignment takes the strain off the structure.
(434) 381-0953
Christopher Kahn, Massage Therapist  in Vienna
“I offer an eclectic modality based approach to my Massage Therapy practice. Each patient is different and unique. I take great care to explore with each patient what technique is going to work best for them. I specialize in myofascial release which then usually leads to trigger point and deep tissue work followed by Active Isolated Stretching(AIS). I also use Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)on a regular basis.I am also a certified Bowenwork Practitioner. Bowenwork is a point specific light touch therapy that enables the body to rebalance itself. I continue to be amazed by power of this method.
(703) 596-0036
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Wellness Massage Loudoun, Massage Therapist  in Leesburg
“Massage?
(703) 596-4409
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Barbara Anne Fultz, Massage Therapist  in Broadway
“my name is Barbara Fultz I own a full service day spa in Broadway Va. Est 2005 I have been in the beauty business since 1972 I am a fully licensed CMT doing massage since 1998. I am a graduate of VA SHOOL OF MASSAGE. WHOLELISTIC WISDOM-CEDAR STONE massage school. Hold license with NCBTMB ..Va board. Of Cosmetology. I AM VERY FAMILIAR with GERIACTIC CARE AND MASSAGE ,Hair Care .and Skin Care being that I was the caregiver to my parents for over 6 years living in my home until their pasting 2012. Specialist in slow relaxing healing massage
(540) 908-3797
Broadway, Virginia 22815
Abe Annis, Massage Therapist  in Mc Lean
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Massage Therapist, CMT, LMT
“Abe Annis has lived in Northern Virginia since birth. He is a graduate of National Massage Therapy Institute, where he studied various forms of deep-tissue, therapeutic massage that he incorporates into his work every day as well as Swedish and relaxing massage. He is recognized by The Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Health Professionals as a Certified Massage Therapist. Abe Annis practices myofascial therapy (MFT), neuromuscular therapy (NMT) and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF). He specializes in relieving pain and tension while increasing range of motion and flexibility.
(703) 940-1034
Mc Lean, Virginia 22101
“I focus exclusively on Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST). Cranial work is beautifully suited to the frantic pace of our lives --the stress, the distress, the difficulty in finding time to sit back and reconnect our inner and outer worlds. This work creates the space for letting go distressed holding patterns in the body, mind and brain. BCST gently releases tension patterns from head to toes. It restores the body's natural fluid flow. Pain and distress from migraines, TMJD, neck and low back pain, arthritic conditions, fixed ideas, and digestive-endocrine-nervous system issues are lessened, or eliminated, with this work.
(703) 988-6584
Reston, Virginia 20191

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