A Special Offer Just For You!
For a limited time only, purchase (3) 60-Minute Massages for just $165 (that’s only $55/massage!). Offer ends July 4th. Massages must be redeemed by September 30th, 2015.These massages cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions. Non-transferrable. Gratuity is not included.
The aspiration of The Boston Bodyworker is to educate the community of the many benefits and types of clinical massage therapy that are available. We want people to understand the practicality of consistent clinical massage therapy treatments. It is our mission to help people understand why a preventative clinical massage therapy wellness program should be in the forefront of every individuals health goals. There are a variety of clinical massage modalities accessible to you. It is our commitment to help you understand what clinical massage therapy is and decide what the best treatment is for your individual needs and to guide you in the direction you choose.
The Boston Bodyworker prides itself in being an Evidence Based Practice (EBP). Our clinical massage therapy practice is based on three essential components. The first component is that we stay current in research and gather accurate evidence which our massage therapists apply to each of their patient’s treatments. Secondly as an EBP, The Boston Bodyworker employs only massage therapists with considerable massage therapy and clinical experience. Our massage therapists, upon hire are immediately enrolled in our nationally recognized in-house training program, Boston Bodyworker University. Therapists learn both hands on and communication skills to allow them the best opportunity to connect with their patients. Most important, our massage therapists always consider the values and needs of the patient. Through evidence-based bodywork, our massage therapists gain results for our patients and through their knowledge, guide patients to the best form of treatment for the patient’s specific injury or need.
It has been our experience over the years from talking with patients and potential patients that as much as they wanted to “try a massage,” they had too many unanswered questions and have been poorly “programmed” by the media and other sources. So they decide to wait…. And wait…. And wait. By providing you with a user friendly web platform that serves to educate and convey many answers to common questions, we are able to eliminate some of the apprehension and provide you with a space that allows you to better determine if a massage is right for your needs.
The Boston Bodyworker wants to make it easy for you to begin your massage therapy treatments. Once educated and your questions answered, you may want to begin regular hour sessions of clinical massage. The Boston Bodyworker provides an environment unlike any other. WE ARE NOT A SPA! Our office environment has a clinical sense with the feeling and warmth of your own living room. No incense, no fluffy slippers, no white robes, just great bodywork to get you back on your feet and into the game. We offer the convenience of our Copley Square location, located in Boston’s historic Back Bay at at 575 Boylston Street, 2nd floor.
All massage therapists at The Boston Bodyworker are Professional members of either the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA),or The Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP). These professional organizations serve more than a combined 130,000 massage therapy members who demonstrate a the highest level of skill and expertise through testing and education.
Announcing our App for iPhones!
We’re excited to announce the release of our updated iPhone App, which we’ll enable you to easily schedule massages and update your account information right from your phone.
And you never know, but you may just get access to special offers only available through our app…
Meet The Boston Bodyworker Massage Therapists!
Melissa, a Central MA native, now living in Brighton received her Bachelors Degree from Clark University where she majored in Sociology and minored in Business. A four year soccer player at Clark, Melissa experienced her fair share of injuries. While none were season-ending, they were enough to make her stop and think about the potential consequences she could have faced… MORE
Solange’s interest in bodywork and massage began when she was a teenager. As an active participant in recreational sports and activities, she had an early sense of the importance of healthy tissues in overall well being and comfort. After receiving her first professional massage at fourteen she was amazed at the therapist’s ability to understand the tissues and her knowledge of the body… MORE
Kevin is a Boston native from Lexington whose interests in bodywork began while attending Lexington High School and volunteering his time in assisting the school’s athletic trainer. He was an active participant in his school’s sports curriculum in cross country, track and field, and swimming and began learning basic muscle groups to help understand what was being exercised… MORE
Jazmine was born and raised in Boston. While she was growing up her mother worked at a physical therapy clinic. Everyday after school Jazmine would go to the clinic and was exposed to many forms of rehabilitation. She watched people as they went through their journeys of recovery and learned what an important role the therapist played. She was inspired by how knowledgeable and caring… MORE
Will received his education at the Sutherland-Chan Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic in Toronto ON. While at school Will’s focus was on evidence-based practice with the use of Orthopedic assessments and maintaining detailed clinical notes as a reference point for both him and his clients. He also had the privilege to participate in several sporting events and attended specialty clinics where he treated… MORE
Sal is a Boston native who thrives on learning as much as he can in bodywork. Sal was always interested in health and the body. During his second year of college and still unsure of the healthcare direction he wanted to take, Sal lost his eye sight to a rare mitochondrial disease called Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy and is now considered legally blind. For a while, Sal… MORE
Sergio, a native of Pamplona (Spain) had clear from the beginning that he wanted to pursue a career in the health field. He’s been always amazed of how marvelous and complex the human body can be. Sergio graduated from University of Navarra (Spain) where he majored in Human Nutrition.
While practicing soccer for 15 years… MORE
Right after high school, Patrick decided to join the U.S. Marines where he became obsessed with physical training. This led to his curiosity of muscles and wanting to learn exactly which muscles did what. Patrick’s belief was that if he gained this knowledge, his performance out on the track/field would improve. After his time with in the Marines was up he got his college degree in liberal arts… MORE
Kelvin, a New Yorker of Dominican heritage, has been preparing for a career in bodywork from an early age. His dad was always committed to personal fitness and sports, and inspired Kelvin to begin playing baseball himself. Kelvin eventually became a multi-sport athlete; participating in basketball , volleyball and swimming while living in the Dominican Republic. It wasn’t until he suffered a knee… MORE