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Massage in Dallas

Need a good massage in Dallas? Maybe you deal with the stress that comes with living in downtown DFW. Maybe you spend (too much) time commuting in DFW’s infamous snarled traffic. Maybe you’re the parent of small children living in the suburbs. Whatever your situation, we can help you find a great place to get a massage in and around the city. The best part? We can help you save money, too.

MassageLuXe | Dallas-Fort Worth Area

MassageLuXe, which made our Most Beloved Salons and Best Spas in America list, is beloved by a lot of customers. Here’s what some of them have to say about its massages:


  • “Amazing and relaxing massage. Had a headache for three days straight and Kimmy my massage therapist really relieved that and tension around my neck and shoulder. The only complaint is that it wasn’t 1 hour.” – Rossmary C.
  • “Great place, great people and amazing massage!.” – Kelly M
  • “Great experience!! My massage was with Michael and he was amazing. Definitely am considering joining. Loved that I could try it first.” – Kelly J.

Massage Envy | Dallas-Fort Worth Area

Massage Envy has more than 1,000 locations in United States, including multiple locations in the DFW area. It also has more than 1.5 million members. Why is it so popular? It offers discounted rates on monthly massages when you buy a membership.

Pro Tip: You don’t have to get naked for a massage. Instead, undress to your comfort level. Just know that you’ll be completely covered with a sheet the entire time, so if you don’t want to get naked, you won’t ever be exposed.


The Most Beloved Salons and Best Spas in America

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Revivify Massage Therapy | Lake Highlands

If anyone understands a body in motion, it’s Keith Clark. Keith is not only a massage therapist, but also a dancer, dance instructor, and choreographer. He especially understands how athletic activities can strain the body, and he often works with athletes in need of sports massages. His particular sports massages combine a variety of techniques, including trigger-point therapy and deep-tissue work to really loosen up knots. Keith’s primary goal is to help clients stop reaching for pain meds.

Should You Talk During a Massage?

We asked licensed massage therapist Shannon Merten this question and she said, "If [clients are] asking questions or bring[ing] up a topic, I will answer or join in. If they're quiet, I remain quiet. I think some people get nervous, so they may be a bit chatty."

According to Shannon, most clients make small talk for the first 20–30 minutes, then zone out for the remainder of the massage.


Prenatal Massage and Other Ways Real Moms Deal with Pregnancy Pain

Colleen Loggins

Here's how prenatal massage can ease pregnancy pains. Plus, moms talk about the other methods they used to relieve discomfort while pregnant.

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TMT Spa | Hurst

Melody Miller and her TMT (Tranquility Massage Therapy) team relieve chronic pain through therapeutic massages, reduce stress through Swedish massages, and loosen knots through hot-stone massages. And clients can’t get enough, saying things like:   


  • “Amazing service and very professional! My boyfriend and I loved our couples massage.. I will definitely go back.” – Danielle P.
  • “My fiancé and I came for a couple's massage. The staff is so nicely and friendly. The massages were heavenly! I also loved that the decorations were crossed and biblical verses all around. Definitely coming back!” – Janelle B.
  • “Bought this for my best friend and I to do a couples massage. They did a wonderful job. The room had relaxing and thoughtful touches. We upgraded to include the aromatherapy and I highly recommend that service addition.”  – Joshua B.

Prenatal Massage and the Baby

According to a study in the Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, prenatal massage can be beneficial for the baby. In the study, 26 pregnant women were assigned to a massage-therapy or a relaxation-therapy group for five weeks. Each group had 20 minutes of massage therapy or relaxation therapy twice a week.


In the massage therapy group, the women had fewer complications during labor. Their infants were also less likely to be premature. Although it was a small study, it and other research indicates that massage can be beneficial for baby. But you should always discuss any concerns about prenatal massage with your OB/GYN.


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If you're stressed out about how much to tip or what to wear, your massage won't be relaxing. Follow our massage etiquette guide for total peace of mind.

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