Massage Therapy reviews in Arlington


I took advantage of the Big Deal to try this massage studio.
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is the masseuse and he was very conscientious and in my opinion has excellent massage technique. He conducted a pretreatment interview and developed a strategy as to what areas to focus on etc. He executed well, gave me a full hour, and was pleasant to deal with. I saw one reviewer didn't like the set up, because of the lack of a receptionist etc. The massage studio does share space with yoga and dance studios, but my appointment was midday and they were empty. I understand the concern but felt personally comfortable. It may be that women might be more concerned about not having a lot of people around.
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also gave me some good health tips in conjunction with the massage.
- Jeffrey S.

It went really well. I went in to take advantage of one of the "Big Deals", because my budget is currently limited, but I do a lot of physical work and bike riding, and a massage was a good way to work out some accumulated stress. I was able to set up an appointment for a few days after that. I arrived a little early, it was a short walk (and shorter bike ride, though there wasn't any bike parking in the lot) from the
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Metro. Fairly convenient, even though I live in DC. Even though I was early,
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was able to see me. The office and the room were pleasant and comfortable, I felt very at ease.
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was friendly, helpful, professional, and gave me a very thorough massage, one that lasted an hour on top of the pre-treatment interview. When the full-price massage is in my budget, I'll be back.
- Christopher D.

I wanted to try different styles, so I had a number of different therapists while there. Each therapist was communicative and effective. Each one has a specialty and a tremendous amount of experience. They don't offer a
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spa massage, but a healing experience.
- Melinda C.
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All Massage Therapists in Arlington, VA

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7 Waves Massage

1481 Chain Brg Rd
Mc Lean, VA

A Touch Of Health

12196 Sunset Hill Rd
Reston, VA

Abby Dobbs

1212 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC

ACE Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Institute

2841 Hartland Rd.
Falls Church, VA

ACN Wellness

20925 Professional Plaza, Suite 320
Ashburn, VA

Advanced Health Center

46 S Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA


2221 N Buchanan St
Arlington, VA

Alexandre de Paris Inc

12751 Federal Systems Park Dr
Fairfax, VA

Alexandria Massage Therapy

1217 Prince St
Alexandria, VA


Alexandria, VA

Allied Chiropractic

3347 Duke St
Alexandria, VA

Allure Salon & Spa

5007-G Westone Plaza Dr
Chantilly, VA

Alternative Health Associates

215 N Washington St
Alexandria, VA

Alternative Therapies

8901 Connecticut Ave
Chevy Chase, MD

Always Sunny Spa

210 N Lee St
Alexandria, VA

Amazing Touch Massage

9281 Allen Street
Manassas, VA

Amenity Day Spa

44365 Premier Plaza
Ashburn, VA

Ancient Rivers Healing Arts Inc

1661 High St
Eugene, OR

Andre's Technology Empire

1200 Delaware Avenue SW Suite 303
Washington, DC
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