Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Therapeutic massage involves the manipulation of the soft tissue structure of the body to prevent and alleviate pain discomfort, muscle spasm, and stress, while improving overall health and wellness. Whether seeking relief for a medical condition, searching for a method to help deal with the stresses of daily life or simply wanting to maintain good health, Massage Therapy can be an excellent tool.  All Massage Therapists are licensed by the State of Texas.

Massage Schedule Gift Certificates

SRC Member Pricing

1 Hour Massage Session $40
30 Minute Massage Session $25

Non*-SRC Member Pricing

1 Hour Massage Session $50
30 Minute Massage Session $35
* Please note that non-members will have to pay for parking.

Appointments

All massage therapy sessions must be made by appointment in the Fitness/Wellness Center at least two days in advance unless otherwise approved by the massage therapist on duty. Payment must be made at the time of scheduling the appointment. Phone appointments (806) 742.3828 are taken with credit cards.We accept cash, check, Mastercard, Visa, Discover. If you prefer a specific massage therapist or a specific gender of therapist, please inform the receptionist at the time you are making your appointment. If you have any specific needs such as pregnancy, disability, or other health concerns; please let us know in advance so the massage therapist allows plenty of time before and after your massage; and we can make the proper accommodations.

Cancellations

A 48-Hour cancellation/reschedule notice is required. The Therapist has the right to cancel any appointment if a client is 20 or more minutes past the massage start time.

Meet the Therapists

Kay
  1. Kay
    How long have you been a Massage Therapist?

    Since 1995
    What types of massage? 
    Myofascial, Deep Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage, Cellular Energetics, Reiki, Raindrop Therapy, Hot Stones, Pain Management, Stretching, Meditation/Relaxation & Techniques for Pain Management
  2. Why did you become a Massage Therapist?
    I enjoy working with people on issues that will make their quality of life better and create their ability to heal.
Beck
  1. Becky
    How long have you been licensed?
    1. Since 1999
  1. What type of massage do you prefer?
    1. Neuromuscular, Therapeutic, TMJ, Swedish and Deep Tissue
    2. Why did you become a massage therapist?
    1. Healing through touch and prayer is a ministry for me.
  1. Annette
    How long have you been licensed?
    1. Since 1996
  1. What type of massage do you prefer?
    1. Swedish and Deep Tissue
    2. Why did you become a massage therapist?
    1. To help people to maintain a quality of healthy living lifestyle.

Massage Schedule

Coming Soon for Spring 2014!

New Client Information

On your first appointment, there will be a general health form to complete, which will help inform us about your current state of health. An initial consultation between you and your therapist will then take place to discuss your session and any concerns that you might have.

Most massage sessions generally last an hour. We suggest that you allow 1 hour and 15 min. for each appointment. This allows you 10 min. before the massage to check in, fill out any needed health forms, and to meet with your massage therapist. It also provides you 5 minutes, after the massage, to get dressed.

Making you feel extremely comfortable is one of our main goals. You can remove as much or as little clothing as you are comfortable with. With this explained, the therapist will leave the room while you undress to your comfort level. Since many massage techniques involve lubricating the skin with oils and lotions, it is common to be completely undressed. This isn’t a requirement by any means and the therapist will respect your boundaries. Your privacy will always be respected and you will be covered or draped with towels or sheets so that only the body part being worked on is exposed at any given time. To begin, you will lie face down underneath the top sheet. There is a buzzer on the small table that you can push to let the therapist know you are ready for your massage.

Massage should be a safe, non-invasive and personal experience where the client is in control. Respect for the client’s boundaries is our first priority. Each individual’s musculature, tolerance to pressure, and joint flexibility are different. It is important for you to give feedback to the massage therapist so that each session can be tailored to your individual needs. Conversation with your massage therapist, during a session, depends on your need to talk. Some clients desire silence. We will try to accommodate what the client wishes. Relaxing music will be provided. Please feel comfortable giving feedback to your therapist.

You can workout before a massage but please allow 30 minutes for your body to relax and get back to normal blood pressure and pulse. Please SHOWER before your massage if you do workout. Not only for sanitary reasons, but also our lotion will not allow a smooth glide with certain techniques. Depending on the type of massage you received and how long it was, you may or may not want to workout after a massage. The deeper the work and the longer your session, the more time your body needs for recovery. If you had a long, relaxing session, your body will not feel like doing anything but relaxing. Massage oils or lotions will be used whenever there is skin contact. If you have concerns of an allergic reaction please let us know.

Techniques

Techniques to be used may include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Reflexology, Joint Range of Motion techniques and stretches. Body parts to be massaged include the face, neck, shoulders, back, arms, buttocks, hip flexors, legs (front and back), pectorals, abdominals, ribs, and feet. The massage therapist WILL NOT engage in breast massage. Genitals are always EXCLUDED. After you leave you may be feeling more relaxed, free from chronic aches and have new energy. However, occasionally you might feel lethargic, sore, or even sad. If this happens, affirm your feelings. Inform the therapist of them so that adjustments to your therapy can be made if necessary. We recommend that you drink plenty of water after your massage. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Chair Massage

1 Hour Chair Massage Session $50 per Chair

Therapists will to come to "your" area of the TTU/TTU HSC Community for on-site chair (or seated) massage services. Individual chair massages usually last 5-10 minutes to allow the greatest number of individuals to get a quick dose of rejuvenating therapy during your event. Please call at least two weeks in advance for chair massages to be brought to your office or building. 

Massage Specials

FIrst Monday Massage!

The first Monday of every month we offer our SRC Members a special massage rate of $35 for a 1-hour massage! To take advantage of this deal, you only need to schedule your appointment on the first Monday [no need to have the actual massage on that particular day]. Relieve that Monday stress with a massage at this special price!

Gift Certificates

Any excuse is a good excuse when it comes to getting a massage! Massage Therapy makes a great gift! Surprise your friends, coworkers and family for their birthday, graduation, special occasions, achievements, and incentive prizes or just reward yourself! Massage gift certificates will specify an expiration date. Member/Non-member prices in effect.

  • Mail delivery available.
  • Gift certificates can be ordered over the phone with a credit card.

More Information

For more information, please call (806) 742-3828