Massage Therapy Concord NH

Local resource for massage therapy in Concord, NH. Find helpful information as well as local listings for massage therapists who may offer certain types of massages like deep tissue massages, Shiatsu massages, Swedish massages, or acupressure massages.

Quality of Life Counseling
(603) 228-1978
30 S Main St
Concord, NH
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Jacqueline Lawton, LMT
(603) 496-1117
314 S Main St
Concord, NH
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Massage Practitioner, Psychologist

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Krenn Tamara
(603) 223-9991
28 Commercial St
Concord, NH
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Massage Practitioner, Physical Therapist

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Johnson Russell
(603) 622-9220
315 S Main St
Concord, NH
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Massage Practitioner

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From the Top
(603) 224-5496
211 Loudon Rd
Concord, NH
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Capitol Therapeutic Massage
(603) 228-6700
19 S State St
Concord, NH
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Art of Touch the
(603) 225-9769
135 Hall St
Concord, NH
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Massage Practitioner

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Akasha Massage and Bodywork
(603) 225-0250
112 S State St
Concord, NH
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Massage Practitioner, Psychologist

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Lowe Rachelle Lmt
(603) 225-9225
35 S Main St
Concord, NH
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Massage Practitioner

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Weeden Health Clinic
(603) 228-2339
13 Rumford St
Concord, NH
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The Value of Massage Therapy

Health care is on the minds of most people, whether they have it, need it, or don't have the right policy due to financial infeasibility, to acquire or maintain it. Unfortunately when it comes to health, if you don't invest in it now, you pay for it later, as the investment of our bodies seem to yield higher rates of health issue returns to our lives as we age. So much of our health is within the content of what we utilize it, in the continuum of the human condition of life, environment (acquired as outside environment or internal from stress, poor body mechanics, and just wear and tear) as well as genetics. We all, at some point in time in our lives, experience the decline of the body system; be it, an injury, thereby requiring surgery and rehabilitation, or age, in the form of compensation, compression, genetics, habits and accumulation of repetitive motion, dysfunction, actions ,traumas and toxins.I have not seen a model demonstrate the value of direct hands on attention to an individual with the time of equal or great power, than massage therapy. . I would like to challenge any person to dispute this fact, and yet no health care professional would consider taking 1 hour to be with their patient and really connect with them, where they see them not just a disease or diagnosis but as an individual. I have heard that it is not cost effective to spent that length of time on each patient. Therein lies part of the problem.. Policies are in place to reach the maximum amount of patients in the most cost effective means, especially when the population and aging health concerns are on the rise. Who reaps these benefits and who pays for these policies? Think about this the next time you cost compare time, experience, cost of doing business and your health.

Attribution: Professional medical massage therapist, Andrew Wolfe, LMP of Harmony Licensed Massage Therapy, based in Arlington Washington is an expert in his field with 23 years of local,full time private practice; since 1987.Advanced level of clinical experience and training. Highly recommended. Medical insurance claims accepted.Myofascial release and deep tissue work. Harmony Massage Therapy