Richfield Massage Therapy

How Can Massage Therapy Help Me?

From its inception Massage Therapy has been used to reduce muscle fatigue, promote growth, and relieve pain. Countless studies have revealed that massage is highly effective for the relief of a variety of physical and psychological conditions including anxiety and depression. Massage improves mobility, strength and endurance.

For Relaxation or Therapeutic Relief

BCHA offers a variety of modalities to meet your needs. A session may include Effleurage (stroking), Petrissage (kneading), Compression, Vibration, Stretching, Myofascial Release, Acupressure, Trigger Point Therapy, CranioSacral Therapy, Cupping, Energy work such as Reiki, Chakra Balancing, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), The Eden Method, Applied Kinesiology, Emotional Freedom Technique, The Emotion Code, the application Heat or Cold or Topical preparations.

Located in Brecksville serving Richfield and surrounding areas.

CALL US AT (216) 233-3670

Get in touch with us

Discover a method for restoring balance and health to both body and mind. Explore the many benefits offered to the people of Richfield by licensed Brecksville Center For The Healing Arts massage therapists. Contact us to discuss your needs with one of our licensed massage therapists. Our in-depth intake process will aid in determining the best course of treatment for your specific goals.

What the People of Richfield should know when looking for a Massage Therapist

When considering massage therapy for treatment of any condition, make sure to ask the practitioner about their training, experience and credentials.

The State of Ohio requires all Massage Therapists to be licensed by the Ohio State Medical. The Medical Board website will display whether or not your therapist has an active and current license as well as any disciplinary actions. Professional associations such as The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals offer a variety of resources for people seeking Therapy.

Massage is not a substitute for Regular Medical Treatment. A Physicians authorization and release may be required under some circumstances. Please be sure to contact your therapist prior to scheduling if you have any questions or concerns, have had a recent surgery or are currently undergoing treatment for any condition.