Personalized MassageDon't settle for an ordinary massage. Treat yourself to an extraordinary massage — customized to your specific needs. Before the start of your care, you’ll go through a brief but comprehensive Discovery Session (the first step in the Modoma Integrated Framework) to pinpoint your areas of concern. The Discovery Session is overseen by a licensed medical professional. The information gathered during discovery is then communicated to your licensed massage therapist, allowing them to administer precision care.
Licensed Massage Therapists
Your care is important to us.
Getting a massage is a personal experience, so we want you to feel as comfortable as possible. Not only do we perform background checks on all of our therapists, but we only hire massage therapists licensed with the state of Texas.
With a wide variety of skill sets, each therapist has their own unique ability to treat your pain and discomfort. Experience the healing touch of Modoma.
Types of MassageThe type of massage technique performed depends on the type of discomfort or pain you're experiencing. Here are the different massage techniques our talented therapists are trained to administer:
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage targets chronic tension in the muscles that lie far below the surface of your body.
Soothing, tapping and kneading strokes to work the entire body, relieving muscle tension and loosening sore joints.
Sports massage helps to prevent and recover from injuries, prepares the body for athletic activity and keeps the body in optimal condition.
Trigger Point Massage
Trigger point massage is the application of pressure to tender muscle tissue in order to relieve pain and dysfunction in other parts of the body.
Myofascial release is a manipulative treatment that attempts to release tension in the fascia due to trauma, bad posture or inflammation.
Sciatic Nerve Massage
Sciatica is the term used to refer to pain along the sciatic nerve, which extends from your lower back, through your hips and buttocks and down each leg. Massage for Sciatica helps to release pinched nerves and soothe tense muscles related to the condition.
Cross-fiber massage creates a stretching and broadening effect in the muscles and connective tissues. Deep transverse friction is applied to reduce adhesions.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Lymphatic drainage massage is a flowing manual method for the elimination of excessive edema, toxins and swelling.
Compression massage consists of rhythmic compression used to create a deep hyperaemia and softening effect in the muscle tissues.
Craniosacral therapy affects the pressure and circulation of cerebrospinal fluid to help release restrictions to relieve pain and discomfort.
TMJ massage is the gentle massaging of the muscles in the jaw and neck to relieve soreness, clicking, popping, pain and discomfort of the temporomandibular joint.
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Experience the Benefits of a Modoma Massage
Relieve Stress & Anxiety
Calm your mind and relax your body with a therapeutic massage to help lower your cortisol and vasopressin levels. Decrease your heart rate, lower your blood pressure and dramatically decrease your chances of aggressive behavior. You'll also experience the release of knots and tight muscles in the neck and shoulder area.
Enhance Immune System
Decrease your risk of colds and flus. Massage therapy increases the activity level of lymphocytes, which are white blood cells that play a large role in defending the body from disease and viruses.
Inflammation is the cause of a wide variety of health issues such as asthma, cardiovascular disease and depression. Massage helps lower your body's level of cytokines, which are molecules that play a role in inflammation.
Improve digestive performance with gentle abdominal massage. Besides stimulating blood flow, massaging the affected area helps encourage the spontaneous movement of the digestive tract (a process called peristalsis), which helps alleviate cramping, bloating, gas and constipation.
Reduce Fibromyalgia Symptoms
Due to enhanced sleep, stress relief, improved circulation and the release of endorphins, massage helps reduce pain and stiffness in the muscles and joints often associated with fibromyalgia. Massage also improves flexibility and overall sense of well-being.
Massage therapy relieves headaches by easing muscle tension, relieving muscle spasms and releasing shortened muscles, which relieves pressure on the nerves and blood vessels in the affected area. This relief increases the flow of oxygen and nutrient-rich blood to the affected area, which promotes healing.
Massage improves circulation due to the stimulation of nerve receptors, causing blood vessels to dilate, which facilitates blood flow. This stimulation improves both lymphatic and blood circulation, which helps maintain muscle mass, increase energy and aids in the removal of waste products and toxins.
Relieve TMJ Pain
Temporomandibular joint massage is the preferred method to relieve TMJ dysfunction and pain. Focusing on trigger points, this type of massage reduces tension in the masticatory muscles and the fascia around the jaw. TMJ massage can relieve tenderness in the face, clicking and popping sounds when speaking or chewing, and locking of the jaw.
One of the main benefits of massage is improved posture. Massage loosens and relaxes muscles, relieves pressure points and frees up stiff joints. The relaxing and relieving nature of massage allows the body to realign and facilitates healthy, natural movements.
Put Your Anxieties to Rest
Schedule a $49 Introductory Massage Package today. Experience our knowledgeable, friendly staff and the relaxing, stress-free environment. Feel relief after only one session ... guaranteed!
“My neck and shoulders feel so much better. I just wish I would have come here before I had shoulder surgery because I think my pain could have taken care of without surgery.”
– Michelle C.
“I got the sports massage and the therapist was very informative as she demonstrated the at-home stretches to do between massage appointments. I have noticed a huge difference in my range of motion!”
– Mike D.
“After more than a decade with hip pain and IT band pain, I can finally say I’ve found something that actually works!”
– Andrea B.
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