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Massage Therapy

Locations and Services

Massage Therapy at Studio U

Massage Therapy at Motion Physical Therapy

  • Motion St. Paul, massage openings 2-3 days per month. View openings on MindBody/TC Fit or contact MichelleH@TCFit.com for scheduling.
  • 550 Vandalia Street, #105, Saint Paul, MN 55114.
  • **Motion St. Paul will be moving to a new location in late June 2021 (new address: 1939 W. Minnehaha Ave. St Paul, MN 55104). We're excited about the larger space and perhaps a bit quieter massage room. Until the move date is confirmed no additional appointments will be scheduled at Motion St. Paul.  If you would like to be contacted when appointments become available, please email michelleh@tcfit.com to be added to the massage dist-list. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to working with you at the new location.

Massage Therapy in the General Mills Corporate Fitness Centers (Temporarily Closed due to building access restrictions)

  • Private worksite facility for employees only.
  • Eligible clients may schedule at Mind Body / TC Fit.

 

Worksite Seated & Table Massage: Keep Your Employees Healthy and Happy

Due to the growing acceptance and availability of massage therapy in the workplace, more employees than ever are reaping the benefits associated with it.  Companies, in turn, experience the benefits of happier, healthier employees.  When using TC Fit massage therapy services you can expect:

  • Experienced, professional, certified therapists
  • Chair or table massage options available for scheduling
  • Individual or event services
  • A customized event to meet the needs of your corporate culture
  • Upfront explanations of event protocol and fees

Contact info@tcfit.com to learn more about bringing massage therapy to your workplace.

More about massage therapy:

  • Massage therapy is the manipulation of a body's soft tissue. Professional therapists should work within your comfort zone and personal preference, applying pressure directly to the skin or over light clothing.
  • According to the American Massage Therapy Association 2016 consumer survey, 71% of consumers agree massage therapy should be considered a form of health care; up from 61% in 2012.
  • More than 20% of Americans adults receive at least one massage each year. The primary reason people receive massage is for medical or health reasons, including pain management, injury rehabilitation, migraine control or overall wellness.