Massage Therapy in Tyler Texas
Rest, Healing & Wellness—Through the Gift of Touch
Our Approach to Massage.
The massage therapists at Living Well have the gift of touch. Areas of training and specialty include deep tissue, craniosacral therapy, reflexology, medical massage, lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, trigger point, cupping, prenatal, and postpartum massage. We invite you to explore our staff bios and call our office to get connected to one of our therapists.
60-minute massage – $90
90-minute massage – $135
2-hour massage – $180
Craniosacral Therapy (90 minutes) – $180
Find the Right Massage for You
Deep Tissue Massage
If you have a specific area of the body that is stiff or hurting, let us help you with a deep tissue massage. Firm pressure and slow strokes allow the therapist to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia for a more therapeutic experience.
Medical massage, also known as clinical massage or treatment massage addressing a specific area of pain on the body. It does not include full body massage as it is intended to focus on the area of treatment.
Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is like a massage for your nervous system. This gentle method uses soft touch to release restrictions in the craniosacral system. This can improve functioning in many of the body’s systems including nervous, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, and more. This is a fully clothed service.
Myofascial Decompression (MFD), also known as cupping, works by lifting fascial structures rather than compressing them. Combined with neuromuscular re-education and learning to move more efficiently, it can be a powerful tool for healing.
Natural Labor Stimulation
Meet Our Massage Therapists
What kinds of “add ons” are included?
Since each massage is tailored to your needs, we encourage you to talk with your massage therapist about the modalities they use. Add ons, such as raindrop therapy, hot stones, hot towels, are integrated into the massage price already.
How do I know what kind of massage I need?
We are happy to help. Our massage therapists and guest services team are ready to work with you on meeting your therapeutic goals.
When should I NOT get a massage?
Please check with your doctor or midwife if you have surface blood clots or history of clotting issues, cardiac disorders or disease, previous major surgery on organs or organ transplant, are carrying triplets or more, illegal drug exposure, or are HIV Positive.
Please cancel your appointment if you have any of the following conditions:
- You have an active infectious or contagious disease
- You have a fever, nausea or diarrhea
- Threat of miscarriage or premature labor (we can work with women on bed rest)
- Severe, unexplained abdominal pain
- If you are pregnant and have a throbbing/migraine headache
- Kidney and/or bladder disease or infection
- You have undiagnosed lumps
- Any active inflammatory disease affecting blood vessels
- Diabetes – with active complications
“I highly recommend Kristen. She is knowledgeable, attentive, and gives the best massage I’ve had in Tyler. Even being 1 year postpartum, she helps address the physical needs of breastfeeding and raising little kids!”
“Trisha is an incredibly gifted massage therapist. She truly listens to what her clients tell her as well as what their bodies communicate to her. She treats everyone she sees as a unique individual and she genuinely cares about their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. As both a massage therapist and yoga teacher, she is keenly aware that “our issues are in our tissues” and she walks alongside her clients to help them reveal what their bodies are holding onto.”
“I had an amazing massage experience. From the moment I walked into Evelyn’s room, I felt instantly at peace, supported, and I could sense she had a really healing energy about her. We got to talking and she was so insightful about my body and emotional connection and was helping me recognize that I was definitely holding some baggage in my back. She is amazing!”