Massage in Helena

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Ocean Spirit Massage owner Shandell Marea Warren and her team of therapists have more than six years of experience, but their real training began much earlier. When she was 3 she gave foot massages to her mother, and in high school, she helped the sports therapist massage athletes. Having honed her gifts with formal training, she ameliorates clients' pain and tension with more than 10 modalities, which include hot stones, Thai massage, and classic deep-tissue massage.

418 S. Fee
Helena,
MT
US

Deb Cravens, the licensed massage therapist at Kneading the Falls, specializes in treating chronic pain and headaches. A graduate of massage school and a current student in health promotion, Deb is especially intrigued by the way massage can help facilitate the body’s natural healing processes. To that end, she offers Swedish and hot-stone bodywork as well as pregnancy massages, which are designed to ease the stress and pressure that result from enduring paper cuts from baby-naming books.

600 Central Plaza Suite 18B
Great Falls,
MT
US

Headwaters Skincare's licensed aesthetician, Johanna Dundas, knows how to control an array of skin conditions, from acne to dryness, with a diverse selection of facial services. Her acupressure facial massages boost circulation, whereas her chemical peels strip away dead skin, and her microdermabrasion treatments gently buff faces, minimizing fine lines and acne scars. She complements her facials with additional beauty treatments, such as waxing and eyelash extensions. To keep complexions glowing after Johanna's treatments, Headwaters Skincare offers gloProfessional products, as well as its own refreshing organic toner.

124 Main Street
Three Forks,
MT
US

Although Tami Dern helps her clients reduce their stress levels and strengthen their immune systems, she's not a counselor or a doctor. She's a certified massage therapist. At The Body Shop Massages, clients lie on Tami's heated massage table while she intuitively seeks out muscle knots. To enhance the health benefits of bodywork sessions, she includes organic essential oils and aromatherapy and may add ultramoisturizing paraffin hand dips or deep-heat treatments at clients' request. After massages, Tami discusses the experience with clients and advises them to drink lots of water to hydrate muscles and camel humps.

202 E Callender
Livingston,
MT
US

Vi Huffman was drawn to the field of massage therapy after it helped her recover from a spinal injury. She was so pleased with its health benefits that she wanted to share them with others. So, she trained in the traditional art of massage and opened Touch of Sense Massage. Since then, she's added to her repertoire with specialized modalities, such as myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and lymphatic drainage. Her favorite part of her job, however, remains sharing her skills with others, including donating her time to local charities.

7 W. Main St. Ste 207
Bozeman,
MT
US

The stylists at Salon Rituals stay up-to-date on the latest industry trends. No 'do is too difficult, whether it be a face-flattering fade, classic layers, or modern pixie cut with vibrant Paul Mitchell color. But hair is just one tooth in the salon's ample comb. The salon specializes in color and color correction. Clients may solicit a cosmetologist for voluminous eyelash extensions, as well.

1942 W Main St.
Bozeman,
MT
US