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The certified therapists behind Escape Massage knead away curmudgeonly knots seven days a week inside 10 private and two couples massage rooms. Three-inch high-density foam massage tables cushion bodies while warm waves of heat fend off goose bumps as they disperse through fitted cotton-flannel sheets and quiet heaters. After therapists dim the wall sconces, they manipulate sinews with Swedish massage techniques, and optional deep-tissue, aromatherapeutic, and hot-stone techniques, concluding each session with hot towels upon request. Escape Massage also provides prenatal massage tables, which come with specially designed padding and pillows that allow moms-to-be to lay face-down and solicit parenting advice from Mother Earth. Escape Massage is open 7 days a week.
3430 Pump Rd
Richmond,
VA
US
RVA Massage and Wellness’s staff of certified massage therapists is led by owner Stephanie Quinby, who also serves on the state of Virginia’s Advisory Board on Massage Therapy. Quinby and her staff use a variety of techniques to knead away aches and pains, including therapeutic massage, which can help treat an injury; deep-tissue massage, which can alleviate muscle tightness with intense, localized pressure; and sports massage, which can improve range of motion. The massage therapists believe in the importance of a consultation with every client, as it helps them determine the optimal type of massage.
6519 Dickens Pl.
Richmond,
VA
US
James River's certified massage therapists specialize in a variety of mind-melting modalities. A Swedish massage employs Switzerland's noteworthy tension-easing techniques to manage stress-induced muscle maladies. Athletes who demand dramatic, tear-jerking performances from their bodies can opt for a deep-tissue massage, which increases circulation and expedites recovery from general physical wear and tear. The orthopedic massage is an injury-specific session that targets trauma in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments, while its neuromuscular cousin focuses on overall healing and wellness. See detailed descriptions of massage services on James River Massage Therapy's website.
3001 Hungary Spring Rd
Henrico,
VA
US
Deep-tissue, trigger-point, and Swedish massage are just a few of the modalities that therapists perform at VA Health Massage. They also offer medical massage, a technique designed to treat conditions diagnosed by a medical doctor, which focuses only on injured areas. To further relaxation, any massage can be enhanced with aromatherapy and hot towels or by politely asking all ghosts to leave the room.
1805 Monument Avenue
Richmond,
VA
US
Marcus Harris spent more than a decade spotting ailments as an emergency medical technician and radiologic technologist. During this time, he also noticed something else: how the health-care industry's conventional wisdom often failed patients with stress and pain. To address this shortcoming, he studied massage and natural therapies and opened Hands On Healing Massage Therapy, where he mends injured muscles with techniques such as medical massage, myofascial release, and neuromuscular therapy. Rounding out the services, the staff provide waxing, facials, and body wraps and scrubs, in addition to massages.
6241 River Rd.
Richmond,
Virginia
US
More than a decade of professional massage experience flows from Monica Newton's fingers, which have mastered the therapeutic strokes of deep-tissue and trigger-point techniques. At Massage Therapy On Iron Bridge Road, she marshals this magic to ease the pain that stems from chronic health conditions such as arthritis, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome. During deep-tissue massages, focused pressure melts knots buried deep in the muscle tissue, helping sinews recover. Swedish massages melt everyday stress by combining gentle taps, circular friction, and strokes as long and flowing as Rapunzel's dreadlocks.
6520 Iron Bridge Road
Richmond,
VA
US
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