MY Bodywork

MY Bodywork

5.0 (1)
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

I perform immaculate bodywork whether it is deep tissue, swedish, or cupping. My deep tissue work is very detailed with the intent to help acute and chronic injuries. As for swedish, my intent is to make you feel so relaxed you forgot what it is like to be stressed along with minimal specific work on aches and pains. Lastly, if you choose to do so, cupping helps bring blood to the surface area and nourishes damaged and inflamed tissue. After my sessions, I also include some recommended recovery stretches or exercises to help decrease your chances of reinjury.

The most rewarding part about the work I do is receiving a message a few days later saying how amazing they feel after the massage. 

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Minneapolis, MN 55406
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1 Review


  • Joey F.

    She takes care and listens to every need I had. Also when it came to my recovery, I noticed huge improvements in my back and sore muscle! She is great!


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

I like to get straight to work. I would like to have a short health history intake either through messages/emails or verbal when we meet in person. Typically, I ask what you would like to have done and if there are numerous things I like to narrow down by what hurts the most. Since I focus on detailed bodywork, I recommend picking two body part areas to work on for each session that you come in for. 

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

Currently, I have over 500 credits of bodywork under my belt from CenterPoint Massage & Shiatsu Therapy School & Clinic. I graduate this winter in an A.A.S. in East West Therapeutic Bodywork. 

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

60 Minutes - $95

90 Minutes - $115

120 Minutes - $135


4 - 60 Mins - $360

8 - 60 Mins - $720

4 - 90 Mins - $440

8 - 90 Mins - $880

How did you get started in this business?

I was introduced to massage therapy as a teenager to help my own recovery through trauma. Massage therapy has made all the difference in my personal life, which lead me to pursuing it as a career. I am also an athlete and know how important recovery is for the body.

What types of customers have you worked with?

I find a majority of my clients are currently sport and weightlifting related, but I do take in clients of all natures and backgrounds. So don't be afraid to book me for relaxation, stress relief, joint health or just a little pampering. I am always open to hearing my clients' needs and concerns!

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Having a first time client who was into crossfit. He saw me for a particular knot in the groin area. We worked on it at many different angles and was finally able to access it accurately, he kept his pants on due to where it was. He had it for about a year and had seen numerous massage therapists and other forms of bodyworkers for it and never had luck prior to seeing me. The next day he messaged me and said it was completely gone and he was so thankful and appreciative. I was very happy for him that he could finally be walking around and enjoy the sport of crossfit pain free again.

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

My advice is to ask the massage therapist what type of massage you should receive for your main complaint and describe how they would perform that treatment on you.

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

When did your main complaint start? Are you doing anything to treat the main complaint? Have you seen other massage therapists or bodyworkers for your main complaint? What is your occupation? Have you had any recent major surgeries? If so, are you approved by a doctor to receive massages? Do you have any health concerns or taking any medications that we need to be aware?