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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 accepted, including HSA, ( ask your CPA about tax credit.)
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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!


*By law massage therapists cannot prescribe, diagnose, or treat.

Becoming familiar with massage..


Swedish Massage


Lymph Massage

Myofascia Massage


Swedish Massage: The manual manipulation of soft tissues of the body through specific Swedish Massage strokes with the intention of relaxation, improved muscle tone, improved circulation, improved skin tone, and overall feelings of well-being.

Along with working closely with your physician, Massage Therapy can be used to help with many conditions. Depression, eating disorders, grief, fibromyalgia, some types of arthritis, anxiety disorders, Parkinson's (by raising levels of dopamine in the brain), diabetes, muscle and joint stiffness, better lymph flow, overtime with medication and doctors guidelines can regulate blood pressure, relieves tension headaches, calms the mind and spirit, and increases body awareness.


Reflexology: Is a healing art of ancient origin. Reflexology is a therapeutic method of touch relieving discomfort by stimulating predefined reflex points on the hand, feet, and ears via the nervous system. Reflexology may be effective for promoting good health and for relieving symptoms of stress and may detect early warning signs that he body is struggling.

Reflexology is a form of complementary therapy that involves stimulating the body through the feet, hands, and ears based on the premise that there are reflex points in these areas which relate to all the body parts. If the part of the body corresponding to the reflex points are out of balance then a degree of tenderness will be felt when pressure is applied.

Sessions last about 1 hour while the client is sitting in a comfortable or reclined position.

Lymph Massage: Manual Manipulation of the lymph nodes with very light and slow pressure as a vital component of the body’s immune function. The lymphatic system is comprised of several organs and glands with numerous vessels that run throughout the body as a second circulatory system. These areas encompass thymus, tonsils, spleen, and adenoids as an example. Lymph is a clear fluid that absorbs fluid, carries waste products, dead cells, bacteria, viruses, fats and proteins from the tissue.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapy is a gentle and relaxing form of massage that helps the body’s lymphatic system get flowing while reinforcing the immune system. The lymphatic system filters the lymph fluid they pick up along the way, such as bacteria. When the lymph nodes detect these foreign elements in the fluid, they begin producing additional infection-fighting white blood cells and become enlarged in the process, hence a swollen gland.

*This therapy cannot cure or treat any illness. After all bodywork it is important to drink plenty of water to get things flowing.
*All clients with cancer must have written permission on file from their doctor before body work is performed.

Myofascia Massage: Manual manipulation of the muscle fascia with very light pressure to aid in muscle relaxation. Fascia is the thin membrane of tissue that runs throughout the body, between all organs, glands, skin, and even around each muscle fiber. It is the way of cellular communication, tranport of nutrients and lubrication of fluids throughout the body.

Myofascia Massage is a very light massage that involves a gentle pulling of tissue to help unwind the muscle below. The sessions last about 1 hour and are very relaxing.