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!
El Paso, TX
David graduated from the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics in 1984. The school was a six month residential program, providing a thousand hours of education. The curriculum covered Swedish massage, shiatsu, polarity, foot reflexology, anatomy and physiology, Bach flower remedies, homeopathic first aid, hydrotherapy, colonic irrigation, nutrition.
Graham Yuill is a Licensed Massage Therapist and a graduate of Southern Union’s Therapeutic Massage Program. Graham is involved in the technical side of health care as well in his role in Clinical Engineering at East Alabama Medical Center.
LaTonia is an experienced licensed massage therapist. She is certified and licensed in the state of Georgia and has ten years experience with Massage Therapy. Her massage styles range from stress reduction relaxation massage to Swe Thai massage. LaTonia has practiced with local chiropractors and area businesses, and is engaged in private practice.
Delmar , NY
Denise opened Balance Massage Studio in December of 2001. Her massage career began at the Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage therapy in 1999, a member of the first graduating class. Denise has received certifications for studies in Hot Stone Massage, John Barnes’ Myofascial Mobilzation Techniques, Myofascial Release 1 and in 2008, Pediactric Myofascial Release to name a few.
South Ogden, UT
Vicki has been practicing massage therapy for 14 plus years and has over 300 hours of continuing education. She is a graduate and former faculty member of the Utah College of Massage Therapy. Vicki is a Utah State Licensed Massage Therapist and a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP). She is certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork since 2001 (requires 40 hours of additional continuing education every 4 years).
Amanda graduated from SHI Integrative Medical Massage School at Sinclair Community College in June of 2006. She became licensed through the State Medical Board of Ohio in August of 2006. Amanda has been an active member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) since 2012. She specializes in many different modalities of massage, all with extensive training.
Pam is a licensed Massage Therapist in the state of North Carolina, and graduated from the Edmund Morgan School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy. She is a professional member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Pam loves to help people customize their massage, based on their current needs and wants, using her knowledge of Swedish Massage, Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, and Sports Massage.
Baton Rouge, LA
Joan’s passion is to make you feel your absolute best and stay that way. You can count on extraordinary professional service. She is a licensed massage therapist who graduated from Medical Training College. Joan has practiced massage since 2011.