Relax. Renew. Revive.

Why Muscles in Knead?

As you lie on cozy flannel sheets listening to relaxing music, the massage begins and the daily stressors and aching muscles fade into an oblivious 60 minutes of relief, and all you can comprehend at the moment, is wanting it not to end.

What if that hour of massage does more for you than just being pampered, more than just being a luxury you treat yourself to? What if it helps chronic pain, helps combat cancer, improves your sleep and mood?

Massage is a medically beneficial way to deal with chronic pain, increases circulation, improves injury recovery and helps with the everyday aches, pains and stresses of our multi-tasking society. Stress is a major contributing factor decreasing the effectiveness of our immune system which leaves us susceptible to disease.

Muscles in Knead has specialized in customized massage therapy, including aromatherapy, for more than eight years. Certified in a variety of massage techniques, we are able to provide the ultimate in relaxation and pain relief by tailoring your massage to your needs  and offering a spa-like atmosphere — without the spa prices.

I have been seeing Blanche with Muscles in Knead for a year now for severe nerve pain and muscle spasms due to a car accident.

She has helped me tremendously with her services of hot stone therapy and lymphatic drainage massage. This enables me to move freely with minimal pain.

The great thing about Blanche is that she really listens to what you need. I have had others in the past that continue to do what they want, even when you tell them what you need and that was frustrating!!

Blanche is willing to try whatever it takes to relieve your pain or discomfort. She is a warm and caring person and awsome with her hands!!! I am blessed to have found such a great massage therapist…

D. Matthews

Located in Mechanicsville, Virginia, we are convenient to clients in Hanover and the greater Richmond Metropolitan area, including Ashland and Henrico. Our office has an easy 1st floor entrance and is fully handicap accessible.

What is Massage?
Massage is the application of soft-tissue manipulation techniques to the body and is thought to be the oldest healing arts. Dating as far back as 2,700 B.C., ancient Eastern Chinese records document its use; the ancient Hindus, Persians and Egyptians applied forms of massage for many ailments; and Hippocrates wrote papers recommending the use of rubbing and friction for joint and circulatory problems.

Today, the benefits of massage are varied and far-reaching. An accepted part of many physical rehabilitation and alternative medicine programs, massage therapy also has been recognized as playing an important role in treating many chronic conditions, including low back pain, arthritis, bursitis, fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, immunity suppression, infertility, smoking cessation, depression, and more. In addition, massage also helps relieve the stress and tension of everyday living aiding in overall health and general wellness.