When Emily Boudwin massages her clients, they aren’t the only ones benefitting from her skilled hands. “It relaxes me to give others massage,” her website proclaims. Maybe it’s the flickering of candles and soft music playing during appointments that infuses both Emily and her clients with tranquility. Or possibly, it’s the sense of satisfaction she gets from helping customers feel better with techniques that range from Swedish massage, a relaxing, flowing style designed to ease aches, to neuromuscular therapy, which works specific muscles to help restore their proper function. Her prenatal-massage class, meanwhile, bestows pregnant women and their partners with techniques that can relieve stress during labor.