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Balance Massage Therapy & Wellness PLLC has been providing massage therapy in the Buffalo area for over 10 years. Services include Swedish Massage, Swedish Deep Tissue, and Athlete's Massage, and clients can opt for add-ons such as aromatherapy, magnet therapy, relaxation and meditation, and hot stone therapy as well. Cupping therapy and Reiki are also available, and a list of the body/mind benefits to massage and wellness can be found on the studio's website. Biographies for all therapists can also be reviewed online and include LMTs, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a certified master and practitioner of Reiki and the Avana Method, and a Certified Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist.

David Kimball Massage Therapy offers massage services in Amherst. Clients benefit from the state-of-the-art Vibroacoustic Massage Therapy System, which uses tactile vibration, auditory acoustics, and massage therapy focused on the parasympathetic nervous system. Additional information on this system and technique is available on the studio's website, and individuals can schedule an appointment directly online as well. Corporate services are also available. David Kimball is a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist and graduate of the Finger Lakes School of Massage, a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and the American Medical Massage Association, and credentialed with a number of insurance providers. Mr. Kimball serves as an official team massage therapist for the WNY Flash as well.

Eric Bamberg, Licensed Massage Therapist handles massage therapy in Buffalo. Services are personalized to each client depending on their need, and the therapist can cater to someone with a mechanical issue as well as someone who just wants to relax. The LMT, Eric Bamberg, graduated from the The New York Institute of Massage where he studied the mechanical system of muscles and nerves and uses multiple modalities in every session for optimal results. Services include Swedish, therapeutic, pregnancy, couples, on-site chair, and on-site traditional massage, and insurance information is available on Eric Bamberg's website as well.

Ground and Center Therapeutic Massage serves the West Seneca community with massage therapy. The center focuses on health and well-being and services include Swedish, deep tissue, sports, medical, pregnancy, and Eastern massage as well as trigger point therapy. The therapist is an LMT who has received training for treating myofascial injuries and chronic pain, structural and postural distortions, and biomechanical soft tissue dysfunction and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She holds an AAS degree in Massage Therapy from Trocaire College as well as a BA in Psychology from SUNY and has performed clinical work at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Kenmore Mercy Pulmonary Rehabilitation, and NY Chiropractic College.

Head to Toe & Back Massage Therapy offers massage to Buffalo residents and is backed by over 25 years of experience in the field. The therapist focuses on finding the origins of an individual's pain or discomfort so as to use the most appropriate techniques to alleviate a condition and provide proper rehabilitation. Malinda Knibbs, LMT specializes in various issues including chronic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, scoliosis, sciatica, knee pain, migraines, anxiety, and tennis elbow, and on-site char massage is also available. Descriptions for various techniques can be found on the company's website, and the therapist also works on proper postural alignment to help prevent disease and pain via lifestyle and daily behavioral changes.

House Calls by Hardy has been offering massage therapy services in Tonawanda for 20 years. The Licensed Massage Therapist focuses on the relaxation, rehabilitation, and relief for a client's body and soul via non-invasive massage, deep tissue work, sports massage, and injury rehabilitation. The mobile service comes with massage table, fresh linens, relaxing music, optional candles, and lotions for a 60, 90, or 120-minute therapy session customized to each person's needs. Chair massage for workplaces and events is also available, and the therapist can travel to homes, hotels, and other accommodations within a 15-mile radius from Tonawanda. Additional locations outside this area may be covered for an extra fee.

Purely Connected: Massage Therapy & Wellness is a massage therapy center in Kenmore. The group provides wellness for mind, body, and soul via an integrative approach to therapeutic massage and bodywork with services including Thai massage, hot stone massage, and integrative therapeutic massage sessions, which can incorporate different modalities such as Swedish, deep tissue, reflexology, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, stretching, medical massage, and energy techniques. Descriptions of each modality can be reviewed on Purely Connected's site along with biographies for the center's two LMTs and one aesthetician. Insurance cards for Independent Health (Health Extras) and Blue Cross Blue Shield are accepted for services.

Quinn Caya, LMT brings almost 15 years of massage therapy experience to the Buffalo area. Clients can receive a number of different modalities during a session including Tui Na massage, shiatsu, Swedish massage, neuromuscular re-patterning, and structural integration techniques, and only natural organic oils are used that have not been tested on animals. Music is also incorporated for added benefits. The Licensed Massage Therapist, Quinn Caya, graduated from the Medical Massage Therapy Program at Trocaire College, is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500) through Yoga Alliance, and is insured by the American Massage Therapy Association. Mr. Caya has worked at various schools and universities including helping to set up the Universal Yoga Program at the University at Buffalo as well.

Rays of Hope Massage is a massage therapy studio serving the Blasdell community. Services include Swedish or therapeutic massage, hot stone massage, and chair massage, and the center also offers therapy for pregnant mothers and infants. Rays of Hope lists several benefits to massage such as reduced stress and anxiety, toxin removal, improved flexibility and circulation, increased muscle tone, tension release, healthier skin, and improved digestion and immune system. Therapist Jodie J. Bettcher is an LMT who graduated from the New York Institute of Massage and also has received training in myofascial release, trigger point therapy, prenatal massage, and hot stone therapy.

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