Rebecca May

Massage and Natural Therapies

Florissant, Mo

314-368-5743

         Massage Therapy

Thank You for visiting my Massage Therapy page. I appreciate the opportunity to share with you what I love to do most. My main goal as a Massage Therapist is to help people be free from pain, to help people move more freely and comfortably in their day to day activities, to help bring peace of mind and harmony to everyone, and to share the information I have been fortunate to gain over the years on how to gain and maintain a healthy life style.  With these goals in mind your experience on my table may be a bit different than you have experienced with Massage therapy. Neuromuscular therapy (See description below) can be described as being very clinical, specific and methodically applied and is very effective for pain, injury both old and new, and with rehabilitation. I am told by clients that the massage I give feels well balanced between a relaxing rhythmic massage with the clinically applied Neuromuscular therapy known for its effectiveness.  For more information on some of the massage techniques I offer please scroll below. Pricing can be found in my Menu of Services.



















Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)

Neuromuscular therapy is very specifically applied form of massage therapy. The Neuromuscular therapist pays attention to the body’s movement, discusses the clients description of pain patterns, history, and types of activities along with, and most importantly the assessment of the body during the massage and then begins treatment with a plan of application that follows, “…protocols that are taught in a step-by-step process. These time-tested, hands-on techniques are built upon a science-based foundation and guided by clinical evidence.” (nmtcenter.com) there is a consideration of all aspects that might be contributing to the presenting issue....

Swedish Massage Therapy

 Swedish Massage Therapy is the most commonly utilized type of massage therapy in the USA. It is the type of massage therapy taught in the majority of Massage Schools in the United States. Your Massage Therapist will usually use hands, forearms or elbows to manipulate layers of muscles to improve mental and physical health. Active or passive movement of the joints may also be part of the massage. You will experience gliding rhythmic strokes to help with relaxation, along with kneading like strokes to help lift and loosen the tissue, the combination works well for calming the nervous system, gaining the relaxation that Swedish Massage is known for...