Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated Richmond Massage Therapists

There are 0 top-rated massage therapists in your area and 16 to avoid.

After 20 years, it's now free to join.

  • More than 10 Million Verified Reviews
  • Nationwide Coverage
  • Trusted Ratings

Explore Our Solution Center for Helpful Massage Therapist Articles

Go to the article: 

What to Expect from a Lomi Lomi Massage

.
Lomi lomi massage
Go to the article: 

What Is the Difference Between Reflexology and Massage?

.
Foot massage
Go to the article: 

What to Expect From a Watsu Massage and Other Aquatic Bodywork

.
hot stone massage

Massage reviews in Richmond

  • A
    Tougas, Dr. Francine T.
    Dr. Tougas was very effective at communicating with us, and she did some massage and chiropractic stuff, which helped.
    - Nancy M.
  • A
    The Edge Physical Therapy
    The appointments worked me over pretty good. I begrudgingly allowed her full control of my back recovery. I was not disappointed. When I started the pool therapy, I was not able to do the work for very long. After a month of daily improvement, I was able to do all the exercises and felt great for days afterward. I look forward to working my body in the warmed pool water. Now it is something I look forward to every week. I have recommended Esther to all my friends and neighbors.
    - Al M.
  • A
    The Edge Physical Therapy
    Her treatment worked. When I went, I had some problems with shoulder mobility and when I left, she restored full function, range of motion and that kind of thing. The treatment was extremely effective.
    - Carey H.
  • A
    Massage Envy
    I love it, love it, love it, and I just look to it, as a drug of choice, my weekly massage. I go to the same girl every week, and she rocks. You have to try a lot of different massage therapists until you find the one that hits out all your thoughts and then, that is really like the perfect pressure. I do not know if it is the personality thing but with some massage therapists you just do not really mesh and others, they are just perfect for you; and that is Aron. she is just perfect. The atmosphere is really nice, calming, soothing and relaxing. Once you go a couple of times it is addictive. Massage envy makes it affordable and it is all about priorities. I am fifty four, so I have done my times and I take care of my kids, I take care of my grandchild now a couple of days a week, and life is easier with age. I never thought I would love being in my 50s, and I do. It just keeps getting better. As long as you take care of yourself that is the biggy, if you let your body fall apart, then maybe life will not be as enjoyable, but if you are healthy and take care of yourself when you are young, and you are going to love it when you get older.
    - Sabine S.
  • A
    Massage Envy
    Staff is always friendly, greets you with a smile, offers you a warm neck wrap, and the massage is just what I need. You can see the same therapist or see someone new at each visit if you want to try something different. I bring my own music (Ipod w/ speakers) because after a couple of visits the house tunes got a little monotonous for me. They are open 7 days a week with several late days making it easy to get into your schedule. Billing can get a bit confusing, especially when you go for the first time. They will offer you the member's only introductory price for the first massage and then expect you to decide (just after you've had a massage) if the membership makes sense for you. You can't decide later or it's more expensive. Oh, and don't forget the tip to the therapist, because you don't pay them directly here, it's a corporate place. The therapists are paid, not enough, by the hour so also expect the patrons to show gratitude based on how well the therapist did. With membership, you get a free 1 hour massage a month, but it only comes with the monthly credit card fee for membership, which is the same cost as the non-member price for a 1 hour massage. One benefit of membership is the monthly massages can "roll-over" as long as you are a member; so if you miss a month, you can go twice the next month. I recommend before you go, calling to get the non-member prices (not on the web-site), decide how often you might go there and how long your massage will be. If you will only get a 1 hour (50 min) massage once a month or less, the membership may not make sense for you financially. I also recommend getting there early enough to pay, decide on membership if you're new, schedule the next visit, tip, if you know your therapist, and relax BEFORE your massage.
    - Alicia G.
  • A
    Deeptouch Massage & Tanning
    I have been there many times.  I like the friendliness of the staff, the actual knowledge of the masseuse and the atmosphere.
    - Michael G.
  • B
    Massage Envy
    Each massage is 10 minutes less than you may think (50 min or 80 min) because you are given 5 min to undress at the start and 5 min to dress at the end. When you arrive you can get a warm neck wrap if you like and sit in a quiet room to await your therapist. S/he will take you to the room s/he is working in that day and ask for any specific information about your body or massage s/he may need to know. After your massage, the therapist will bring you a small cup of water and a warm face cloth as s/he waits for you to come out. S/he usually walks you out as you chat, depending on the schedule and how long it took you to get dressed, etc. I highly recommend arriving early enough to pay, leave your tip (if you don't give it directly to the therapist), and schedule your next visit (if you're planning one) ahead of your massage so you don't need to hassle with this when you're done. Doing all of this, as well as a little time to sit and breathe, before the massage allows for better relaxation in my mind. Since becoming a member at Massage Envy, I moved further away, making it no longer cost effective. I went back to Massage Envy after a long time away to use up my "membership benefits" that had been accruing. I'm still not quite convinced the member benefits are entirely cost effective no matter where you live in Vermont, but when you get your first massage at the discounted price, you must make a decision immediately about joining. I was able to discuss canceling my membership with the manager before this massage (no other employee was able to have this conversation with me) and will work with Krista until the end of my "benefits" and at that time will find a massage therapist closer to home. If you do go to Massage Envy, please realize the therapists are not paid the same amount you pay for the massage and do rely on tips above and beyond any membership fee paid to the salon (another reason for cost inefficiency). Each of the three therapists I have worked with have been great so would not hesitate to recommend them for this reason. For anyone with disabilities it is not an accessible environment. It may be ADA compliant, but the restroom doors are very heavy and the trashcans require the ability to push a foot pedal. Only one of the outside doors is able to open due to the neon "Open" sign hanging from the hinge of the left door. There are no push buttons to access the facility or the restrooms. The waiting room would accommodate a wheelchair, but you would be sitting in the middle of the room. Some of the massage rooms I have been in would not accommodate a standard wheelchair, let alone an electric one. All of the tables are electric and could be lowered or raised to the height of a chair for an easier transfer.
    - Alicia G.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

Massage Therapists in Richmond

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.

To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!