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Brenda J. Mills, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
1149 Precinct Line Road Suite D
Hurst, Texas 76053

(817) 929-8508

Appointments made by phone or in person only.

Hours M-Sat. 11-7

now all major credit cards card accepted, including HSA,( ask CPA about tax credit.)
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FAQ Overview

Who Will Perform the Massage or Bodywork?

Must I Be Completely Undressed?

Will the Practitioner Be Present When I Disrobe?

How Will I Feel After the Massage or Bodywork Session?

What Are the Benefits of Massage and Bodywork?

Are There Any Medical Conditions That Would Make Massage or Bodywork Inadvisable?

Where Will My Massage or Bodywork Session Take Place?

Feeling Great From the Inside Out

Come and indulge yourself with the ultimate in relaxation. Receive a 90 minute session of Massage Therapy AND Reflexology.$85.00

We start with the soothing and relaxing Swedish Style Massage intended to release tension from the skeletal muscles. Then followed by foot Reflexology which manually stimulates the nerve endings that correspond to the organs and glands of the body. Together, it creates a "dumping" of toxins effect to relieve stress from the inside out. This will manifest the blessing of peace and calm from the inside and out.

Reflexology for the inside and massage therapy for the outside. You will leave feeling great from the inside, out so much so, you will be excited to share this with your friends and family!



Frequently Asked Questions About Massage Therapy And Reflexology

Who Will Perform the Massage or Bodywork?
Your session with be conducted by a professional who has received proper training, often in a variety of techniques. Some massage and bodywork practitioners are licensed by the state, while others are locally regulated. Although no two massages are exactly alike, you may request a certain technique or modality. You may also request your preference as to a male or female therapist.

Must I Be Completely Undressed?

Most massage and bodywork techniques are traditionally performed with the client unclothed; however, you may decide what amount of clothing you prefer to wear for your own comfort. You will be properly draped during the session.

Will the Practitioner Be Present When I Disrobe?

The practitioner will leave the room while you undress, relax onto the table, and cover yourself with a clean sheet or towel.

How Will I Feel After the Massage or Bodywork Session?
Most people feel very relaxed. Some experience freedom from long-term aches and discomfort developed from tension or repetitive activity. After an initial period of feeling slowed down, people often experience increased energy, heightened awareness, and greater productivity, which can last for days. Since toxins are released from your soft tissues during a massage, it is recommended you drink plenty of water afterward. In rare cases when a person is carrying a lot of toxins, they may experience mild flue-like symptoms which can be eliminated by drinking extra water to flush out toxins.

What Are the Benefits of Massage and Bodywork?

Massage and Bodywork can help release chronic muscular tension and discomfort, improve circulation, increase joint flexibility, reduce mental and physical fatigue and stress, promote faster healing of injured muscular tissue, improve posture, and over time may reduce blood pressure. Massage and bodywork are also known to promote better sleep, improve concentration, reduce anxiety, and create an overall sense of well-being.

Are There Any Medical Conditions That Would Make Massage or Bodywork Inadvisable?

Yes. That’s why it’s imperative that before you begin your session, the practitioner ask general health questions. It is very important that you inform the practitioner of any health problems or medications you are taking. If you are under a doctor’s care, it is strongly advised that you receive a written recommendation for massage or bodywork prior to any session. Many practitioners may require a recommendation or approval from your doctor.1

What To Expect During A Massage or Bodywork Session

Where Will My Massage or Bodywork Session Take Place?
Your massage or bodywork session with take place in a warm, comfortable, quiet room. Soft music or ocean waves may be played to help you relax. You will lie on a table especially designed for your comfort.

Experience has shown that, apart from these, chronic and progressive or terminal illnesses (such as ankylosing spondylitis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington's disease, and paralysis) will often show a response to sessions of work on the reflex zones of the feet. The disease may not be amenable to alleviation, but the client may often be made more comfortable. The following improvements may accompany sessions. *Must have written permission from Doctor in these cases before sessions.
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