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So the next time you are shopping around for a massage, think about what your needs are as a client and what you expect to get out of the massage. Contact local therapists that offer free consultations, read other client reviews, explore their websites, and educate yourself on what specific therapies are offered. Searching for a good therapist can be much like searching for a good doctor or dentist. Don’t let rates dictate where you schedule a massage, instead seek out a professional that offers a great quality of service. The end results will be worth it every time!
I hope you’ve found this post to be helpful in your search for a good massage to meet your specific needs. Until we meet again, Happy Healing!
~Sonya Simpson LMT MA86918
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Sonya has a yoga and fitness background, with extensive study in Aromatherapy. She is a dually licensed massage therapist in Mississippi and Florida. She is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and the International Aliance of Holistic Therapists (IAHT). Her studies include: Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue Manipulation, Sports Massage Techniques, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Cupping Therapy, Reflexology, Yoga Therapy and Swedish Relaxation Massage.