903-337-0951

Sessions by Appointment:
Monday-Saturday

Massage Session Rates:

30 min $45
60 min $85
90 min $125
120 min $170
180 min $250


There are four massage therapists that share the BWC suite.
Feel free to check on daily openings yet for the best appointment availability contact a therapist in advance. Clients do have to cancel. Ask to be on a therapists cancellation list!

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Therapeutic Bodywork and Massage

Studies have shown that bodywork and massage are effective treatments to relieve symptoms of a wide range of conditions:

- Anxiety, Depression, Stress and stress related conditions

- Carpal tunnel syndrome (repetitive strain) and Tendonitis

- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Chronic Pain Syndrome

- Digestive disorders

- Fibromyalgia, Paresthesias and nerve pain

- Headaches

- Inflammation due to Arthritis, Bursitis and Ankylosing spondylitis

- Insomnia related to stress

- Lymphedema, Edema and other post-surgical Swelling

- Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease

- Myofascial pain syndrome

- Prenatal support

- Scar reduction (internal)

- Scoliosis and Kyphosis

- Sports Injuries, Spasms and soft tissue Strains

- Stroke

- Temporomandibular joint pain (TMJ)

- Vertigo and Balance problems

- Whiplash

 

Therapeutic Bodywork and Massage offered at BWC:

Acupressure Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Energy Work, Lymphatic Drainage, Medical Massage, Myofascial Release, Oriental Bar Therapy, Pre-Natal Massage, Reflexology, Sports Rehabilitation, Structural Re-balancing, Swedish Massage (Relaxation/Therapeutic) and Trigger Point

 

Just so you know...There are no stupid questions!

You have probably heard this before, but it needs saying again. Especially when it comes to your health. If you don't understand what you are being told, ask for it to be repeated in a way that you can understand. A good professional will take the time to make sure you understand what you are being told.

In the massage profession, a therapist is taught the specific terms used in massage. Once a massage therapist learns these terms, they tend to use them. One reason is so that there can be no confusion as to exactly what they are talking about. That is of course if they are talking to another massage therapist. Sometimes they forget that they are not always talking to someone who understands massage terminology.

Tell your therapist if: You are pregnant, had breast implants within the last year, have skin infections or ulcerations, recently had Lasik or eye surgery, have TB, thrombosis, phlebitis, varicose veins, kidney disorders, hemophilia, severe osteoporosis, had lymph nodes removed, are on any blood thinning medications or medications that inhibit sensation, diabetes, have a recent injury including broken bones or fracture, hematomas, bruises or conditions in acute stages, have swollen or inflamed areas, severe pain, sun burn, open cuts/ bruises / burn
Contraindications for Massage: Skin infections or ulcerations, aneurysm, uncontrolled high blood pressure, complications in pregnancy, fever, skin rash, cold or flu