Despite having a long to-do list and errands, you should definitely unwind after all of it has been crossed out. Or you can even take a break halfway through your list to give you that boost of energy to complete what’s left. Taking a break doesn’t waste your time, it naturally recharges you by maximizing your body’s capabilities as if it were only about to start working. What better way to do that than have a massage?
Massage therapists can relieve your pain, reduce stress, unwind bound-up muscles and make you feel generally better. In addition, they can also help rehabilitate injuries, improve circulation, and increase relaxation. Now who doesn’t want that?
There are a lot of kinds of massage therapy techniques today. Some therapists specialize in deep-tissue, acupressure, reflexology, orthopedic, and sports massage. You’ll surely find one type of massage that you’re most comfortable with.
We’re way ahead of you. Yup, we’ve done our research to minimize the trouble of you having to looking for a massage therapist in your area. We now give you our Top 10 Massage Therapists in America!
Great Falls, MT
Roxie is a Licensed Massage Therapist and has been in practice for over 17 years. She specializes in back/neck pain management as well as relaxation therapy. She received her training through the Big Sky Somatic Institute of Helena Montana. Roxie’s training includes several areas of bodywork, from Clinical massage to eastern techniques. She has developed her own style of hot stone therapy called River Rock Therapy.
Christin joined Stillpoint Massage & Bodywork Studio in July 2005. She completed her certification through Pinnacle Career Institute in Lawrence, KS, in which she received 720 hours of training. She enjoys all aspects of massage therapy. Christin is accomplished in Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, trigger-point therapy, and CranioSacral therapy from the Upledger Institute. She is also a Reiki Master. Christin is a member of the Association of Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) and the Kansas Association of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (KATMB).
Christina is the owner of Rebalance Massage Therapy, with a mission to help re-balance people who push their bodies to the extreme. Whether you are suffering from Carpel Tunnel, Sciatica, or a pulled hamstring, her methods will help re-balance you.
Knoxville , TN
Trinity attended the Cayce Reilly School of Massage and graduated in 1999. Trinty is specialized in sports massage, and deep tissue massage, as well as neuromuscular therapy. She also excels in the use of many modalities that will increase your comfort and healing rate.
Tamara studied Reiki then studied The Traditional Massage of Thailand. She then attended NH Institute for Therapeutic Arts and received her NH Massage License in 1990. Tamara hasd studied MyofascialRelease extensively, Strain/Counterstrain, working with survivors of abuse, Triggerpoint Therapy, Altar of Creation a form of energy work and many, many others.
Bee graduated from Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy in the fall of 2009. She is certified in Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release Therapy and Neuromuscular Therapy. She has also obtained training and certification from AAIMT in giving spa facials and body wraps. Other areas of experience include: Prenatal massage, Hot and Cold Stone therapy, and Geriatric Massage Therapy.
Stephanie is a Kentucky licensed, nationally certified massage therapist. She offers personally tailored therapeutic massage sessions in my comfortable, relaxing studio conveniently located on Bardstown Road in the Highlands. Stephanie’s mission is to use communication and education to bring the maximum benefit of massage to each of her clients.
Nicole had excellent training at the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage and became a licenced massage therapist and NCTMB certified. She has developed a partnership in healing called Body and Soul International. Nicole’s part is the body, devoted to undoing the damage done by the repetition of work and play as well as assisting with healing and the onset of the years.
Everyday Lisa makes it a practice to nourish her body and soul. By making health a priority, Lisa is able to sustain her practice so she may help others achieve better health. Since starting her practice in 1997 Lisa has helped clients with a variety of conditions such as, severe scoliosis, multiple sclerosis, cancer, repetitive strain injuries, sciatic, insomnia, plantar fasciitis, menopause, TMJ, chronic headaches, poor posture, stress and anxiety, elder massage and competitive athletes.
Fort Collins, CO
Nicole is a passionate Massage Therapist with 14 years of experience. Her mission as a therapist is to always provide individualized treatment. Nicole’s specialties are, Massage Therapy and Health Coach.