Thai Massage in Killeen


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  • Touch Matters
    Holly Cook believes so strongly in the healing power of touch that she named her massage and wellness studio Touch Matters. Guests are invited to the tranquil ivory space for hands-on treatments including hot-stone, therapeutic, and Thai massages and raindrop-therapy sessions. The licensed massage therapist also offers detoxifying body wraps, foot reflexology, and exfoliating back scrubs.
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    3901 E Stan Schlueter Loop
    Killeen, TX US
  • Capital Chiropractic & Acupuncture
    As a child visiting his grandfather's small clinic in Garland, Dr. Eric Wu witnessed the rejuvenating benefits of traditional acupuncture therapy firsthand. Then later in life, when an automobile accident had left him with chronic pain, Dr. Wu found relief in the form of chiropractic care. Because of these past experiences, Dr. Wu embraces both approaches at his practice, knowing that a combination of chiropractic sessions and acupuncture treatments tends to have a synergistic effect upon a person's health. Chiropractic care and acupuncture share the common goal of jump-starting the body's natural healing capabilities, albeit by different means. During chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Wu checks for any misaligned vertebrae, which can place pressure on the spinal cord and interfere with the nervous system's function. Correcting these alignment issues facilitates uninterrupted communication between organs and helps alleviate the constant aches and fatigue that can interfere with everyday life. Alternately, acupuncture treatments focus on points of stagnation in the flow of the body's natural energies. These blockages can be removed by inserting needles, applying fingertip pressure, or using electrical stimulation. Dr. Wu specializes in needle-free acupuncture, opting instead to stimulate pressure points with a low electrical current, making the treatment ideal for children and adults afraid of needles. Needle-free treatment is also helpful for treatment of sensitive points on the head and face. Both chiropractic sessions and acupuncture appointments promote a sense of holistic wellbeing, without resorting to unnecessary medications, surgeries, or tongue-depressor prescriptions. Instead, they aim to relieve existing symptoms while also bolstering the body's ability to stave off future complications.
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    13740 Research Blvd
    Austin, TX US
  • Heart & Sole Massage Austin
    If you can’t make it to Heart & Sole’s soothing studio, the therapists will bring their studio (or at least their skilled hands) to you. On-the-go massage services can be scheduled in your home or place of work, and the staff can even bring little extras like aromatherapy and music to enhance the experience.
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    12741 Research Blvd, #506
    Austin, TX US
  • Beauty on the Go
    With haircuts, blowouts, extensions, makeup, waxing and even massages, Russ and Company Salon takes the offerings of a typical parlor and turns them up to the next level. Located on West Avenue near the University of Texas, this bright and cheery space with a retro feel boasts over a dozen beauty professionals ready to make your everyday look spectacular, or prepare you for a special occasion. Knowledgeable staff can serve up beauty packages to fit your particular needs, or suggest take home products to finish the job yourself. The shop even offers a service called "Beauty on the Go," where licensed cosmetologists provide mobile salon and massage services. Perfect for a wedding or special event, this service offers hair, makeup and false eyelash work, among other last-minute beauty needs.
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    1805 West Ave.
    Austin, TX US
  • Blue Water Spa
    Blue Water Spa's licensed massage therapists rely on nine different massage styles to fight tension and ease stress. For instance, they use their full bodyweight to work out tension during barefoot ashiatsu and Ashi-Thai massages. Some staff also use intense pressure to relieve deeply held tension during her structural deep-tissue massages, whereas others specialize in lighter Swedish and aromatherapy massages. Several therapists are adept at performing sports massages, which are great for those injured on the field or typing vigorously in the press box. A menu of add-ons, such as hot stones, Biofreeze cold-therapy pain relief, and foot scrubs, allow clients to concoct a custom treatment that meets their needs.
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    1715 West 35th St Suite 100
    Austin, TX US
  • Therapies Massage
    Getting walked all over has a negative connotation, but the massage therapists at Therapies Massage render it positively therapeutic. During Ashiatsu massage, they walk on clients' backs with their clean, bare feet while holding overheard parallel bars for balance. They also stretch clients into assisted yoga poses during Thai Yoga Massage, a style that incorporates reflexology's focus on the hands and feet. For more traditional kneads, clients can also opt for flowing Swedish strokes, more intense deep tissue massages, or the warmth of strategically-placed hot stones, which are more effective than a microwaved Mancala set.
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    3532 Bee Caves Rd.
    Austin, TX US