Tranquil Moments Therapeutic Massage And Bodywork

Tranquil Moments Therapeutic Massage And Bodywork

5.0 (6)
1 employee
18 years in business

About this pro

My massages are specific to the needs of the client. Whether the need is stress relief, or targeted issues are present, I am certified in Swedish and Advanced Deep Tissue therapies.  It is my goal to have my clients leave feeling better and return because they've learned that massage therapy is part of good health practices. I love what I do, there is no better reward than to make a profound, positive difference in the life of another. I don have a professional FaceBook page, Anne Rhoden, Licensed Massage Therapist.

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6 Reviews


  • Jan C.

    Peaceful, healing experience!

  • Janie M.

    Easy scheduling professional and very in tune with my needs.

  • Sharon M.

    Everything...atmosphere, great massage and simply a wonderfully kind woman!!

  • C.

    Full and complete. Relaxing message. Several neck and back surgeries and I was complete relaxed and comfortable. I recommend, wholeheartedly.

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I usuallly interview my client to find out what issues they may be having.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I graduated Healthbuilders School of Therapeutic Massage in 2001

Along with a fellow graduate, I opened Massage Associates of St. Augustine in 2003

In 2014 I opened Tranquil Moments

I have certifications in Swedish, Neuro Muscular, and Advanced Deep Tissue Massage

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

I try to keep my pricing affordable because I want people to incorporate massage into their health related routines. Therefore, my price for a 60 minute massage is $50.

How did you get started in this business?

In the late 90's I found myself in a lot of pain. I went to various professionals and had a myraid of tests to find the source, however, I was chasing an elusive solution.  One day I was pulling through my bank parking lot and noticed a sign for The Pain Relief Center.  Dr. Vail was the propritor in those days.  Although the practice was primarily chiropractic, Dr. Vail was one of the few who took x-rays and had a visiting general practioner.  Like all the others, neither found anything remarkable, so Dr. Vail ordered massage, a tens unit for muscle stimulation, and passive stretching.  I had my very first clinical massage at that office, and I left feeling better than my old self, I was thrilled to say the least.  It was then and there I decided to pursue a career in massage, shout it's benefits to the masses, and be blessed to be able to do this for the past 18 years.

What types of customers have you worked with?

I have worked with all types of clients: athletes, dancers, weekend joggers, 5Kers, children, housewives, moms to be, etc..

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A cause that is near and dear to my heart is The John J. Rhoden Foudation, named for my son who died as the result of domestic violence.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Word of mouth is the best reccommendation especially when it come to massage because you are lying all of your trust in someone you don't personally know, that's why an environment of safety and security is so important.

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

I think past experience is important, and any other questions they may feel they need to as in order to make themselves comfortable with their therapist.