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 Vermont!
Rod is a 1991 graduate of the Florida School of Massage with 23 years of experience. He customizes each deep tissue session to address individual issues – chronic muscle strain and fatigue from overuse, soft tissue trauma from injury or misalignment, musculoskeletal conditioning for sport training or general health maintenance and stress reduction. Rod’s work is a combination of many massage techniques which work below the superficial layers and within one’s comfort level.
Since 2002 she has been using bodywork to support the health and wellbeing of her clients. Sabina has been practicing massage therapy for the past ten years. In 2008, she added Integrative Manual Therapy to her work, as she found IMT to be a powerful tool for healing.
Brattleboro , VT
The human body is Susan’s life work and Embodi is her signature style of integrating a lifetime of living and learning into therapeutic practice with people. Working as a massage therapist since 1981, hers is a compassionate, thoughtful, and comfortable style of facilitating change with her clients and students, emphasizing techniques that encourage lasting results and awareness. She is Nationally Certified, Licensed and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. Fundamental to this bodywork is a belief in the profound intelligence and wisdom of each human being. Susan wants clients to leave their sessions with her not only feeling better, but knowing more, and knowing how to help themselves.
South Burlington, VT
With over 25 years extensive professional training and experience as a Masters level psychotherapist, certified massage therapist and certified energy work practitioner, Noni is uniquely qualified in the field of personal growth and have guided families, couples and individuals with a wide variety of issues.
Eileen has been practicing massage in Rutland for over 15 years. She graduated from the Vermont School of Professional Massage in 1996. She is Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and is a member of the AMTA. She uses a combination of light and deep pressure depending on the clients needs, drawing from Swedish Massage techniques.
Sheryl graduated from the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1996. She completed Foot Reflexology training at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. Sheryl is board-certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). Sheryl has completed both levels of training with the Daybreak Geriatric Massage Institute and Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors Professional Teacher Training at Duke Integrative Medicine. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher and completed Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training.
Stephen has been helping individuals find significant and often permanent relief for chronic and recurrent musculoskeletal pain since 1990. Trained in a wide variety of therapies including Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue Bodywork, Somatic Movement Education, Craniosacral Therapy, and Active Isolated Stretching, he has spent many years developing an integrated technique and unique philosophy of pain relief.
Hands of Solace is the practice of Charlotte. She graduated from the Soma Institute, National School of Clinical Massage Therapy in March of 2005, and practiced as a licensed massage therapist in the city of Chicago for 7 years. Charlotte is nationally certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She is a certified Dr. Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage Therapist. She is also certified in Pregnancy and Postpartum Massage, as well as specializing in Oncology Massage.
Terye graduated from Greenfield Community College’s Stillpoint Program in 2005. After graduating from the 2 year massage therapy program, she opened Centered Healing Therapeutic Massage. She became a Nationally Certified in 2006 and Board Certified in 2014. Terye is a professional member of and fully insured through the American Massage Therapy Association.