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Questions to Ask Massage Therapists

Massage therapists might offer the services that you need to relieve tension, stress or pain. Before you schedule an appointment at a massage parlor, you should know a few questions that will help you choose a good parlor where you can receive the type of physical therapy you need. Whether you need pain relief in your foot, back or neck, a massage therapist can help relieve what ails you.

  • Do you offer deep tissue and sports massage?
    Deep tissue and sports massage techniques should target muscle pain while improving physical performance. If you have significant muscle pain or knots, then you might want to consider looking for a massage therapists that uses these techniques.

  • Have you taken classes from a certified massage school?
    You want to choose a professional that knows how to use a variety of styles to promote well being. Massage therapists that have attended a certified school should have taken classes that prepare them properly.

  • Do you offer focused, as well as full body massage therapy?
    You might want the therapist to concentrate on a specific part of your body. Perhaps you have experienced a sports injury, you have a cramp in your foot, or you experience frequent spasms in your back muscles. Choosing professionals that offer focused as well as full body services might meet your needs better than those that will not customize your massage.

  • Do you offer services to pregnant women?
    Certain techniques are supposed to help pregnant women relax and experience less discomfort. Choose a professional that offers these services to enhance the health of you and your child leading up to delivery. This type of massage will help relieve muscle pain and tension.
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    The professional massage therapists in our association can relieve stress and provide a therapeutic release. Browse our directory to find the right therapist near you that fit your needs.
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    Schedule your appointment with one of our licensed massage therapists in the local Columbia area today! Our services are the most preferred in the area to relieve stress, pain, and discomfort.
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    If other forms of medication and treatment just don't help or produce harmful side effects, try medical massage. Learn more about how medical massage can help you through our association.
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    American Massage Therapy Association
    The non-profit American Massage Therapy Association was established to serve massage therapists, massage students and massage schools within the industry. Make sure you get your membership today!
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   MASSAGE-THERAPISTS IN/NEAR COLUMBIA
    Massage Envy Write review for this local business
    2703 E Broadway Ste 131, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 446-3689  
    The ongoing benefits of professional massage therapy can have a profound affect on both body and mind. From stress relief to alleviation of chronic pain, more people are discovering how therapeutic massage can help.
    Escort Massage
    1 review: *****
    1125 Vandiver Dr, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 777-6594 Write review for this local business

    "very good i like the fact i can find what i am looking for on this site ..."
    Life is Sweet Massage Therapy Write review for this local business
    1005 Cherry St Ste 218, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 808-2894  
    Massage Education & Therapy Write review for this local business
    201 N 10th St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 875-7905  
    Greenway Massage LLC Write review for this local business
    201 N 10th St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-4929  
    Ramlow Kristin Lmt Write review for this local business
    1005 Cherry St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-8190  
    Cynthia E Baker Mscw LCSW Write review for this local business
    3610 Buttonwood Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 886-8962  
    Foxy Sauna Write review for this local business
    1911 Paris Rd, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 875-1347  
    New Dawn Healing Massage Write review for this local business
    7420 E Southern Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 234-8258  
    Clip Joint The Write review for this local business
    1001 Cherry St Ste 101, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 443-8711  
    Kelani Hair Write review for this local business
    1100 E Walnut St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-4931  
    Women's Wellness Center MD Write review for this local business
    1705 E Broadway Ste 300, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-9355  
    Cherry Hill Massage Write review for this local business
    307 Locust St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 446-3376  
    Mtim Massage Therapy Write review for this local business
    625 Cherry St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 875-7905  
    Bodymind Therapeutic Massage Write review for this local business
    5 S 9th St Ste 203, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 881-4466  
    Nurses Massage & Bodywork LLC Write review for this local business
    28 N 8th St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 815-7217  
    Serenity Therapeutic Message Write review for this local business
    908 E Walnut St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 442-8511  
    Riversong Spa - Columbia Write review for this local business
    2100 Forum Blvd Ste C, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 447-1772  
    Wellspring Therapeutics Write review for this local business
    315 Bernadette Dr Ste 4, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 881-4174  
    Del Sol Healing Arts Write review for this local business
    1505 Chapel Hill Rd Ste 101, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 441-0557  
    Relexation Write review for this local business
    2300 Bernadette Dr Spc 810, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 445-2660  

    Massage therapy can be a wonderful occupation to perform, especially if you enjoy helping people relax and improve their overall health. In order to become a therapist, you must take classes to be trained properly and take the time that's necessary to become fully certified, though this can vary from state to state.

    Out of the 50 states, 37 have massage licensing laws that require minimum physical contact hours before you can work at a parlor or spa. These minimums can range from 330 to 1,000 hours and can take up to two years to complete. You can go above and beyond the regular school requirements to learn specialized muscle techniques such as Thai, other Asian techniques, Swedish and pregnancy services by either taking classes from a master or going to a school that teaches these techniques. Most schools teach standard methods like foot, back, and full body massage while you may have to search for a school that teaches deep tissue therapeutic techniques.

    Once properly licensed, you can decide to either open your own parlor, join an already working spa, or try to get into sports therapy. If you decide to open your own place, you must learn the basics of business management and buy your own equipment such as tables, oil, and stones. Running your own business can be a pain, but you'll be able to choose your own hours and clients to help with stress relief. Advertising should be aimed towards strengthening well being and physical techniques in order to get the right foot traffic.



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