We have several options when it comes to massage. For more information and pricing, choose the therapeutic massage type that fits your needs below. To make an appointment, call 817-257-7529 or visit the Campus Recreation front office. Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
One of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is accomplished by rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood return to the heart. Swedish massage is beneficial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood, decreasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility while easing tension.
60 minutes: $60
90 minutes: $90
120 minutes: $120
A Swedish massage for two.
60 minutes: $110
90 minutes: $160
Massage with a Twist
Choose one of three essential oils to enhance your full body massage:
- Calming Lavender
- Invigorating Sweet Orange
- Refreshing Peppermint
90 minutes: $100
Chair Massage “To-Go”
This to-go massage service is a perfect, convenient solution for on-campus offices and organizations. Use it as a way to reward your staff or members and take a break from a long day of work or school.
120 minutes (minimum): $120
This type of massage is geared towards athletes and focuses on specific areas that are overused or stressed. This massage uses stretching and other techniques to promote flexibility, reduce fatigue, improve endurance, help prevent injuries and prepare the body and mind for optimal performance.
30 minutes: $35
60 minutes: $60
The prenatal massage relieves many of the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema. Additionally, massage for pregnant women reduces sress on weight-bearing joints, encourages blood and lymph circulation, helps to relax nervous tension, and can help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes.
60 minutes: $75
“On The Spot” Recovery
Choose one of four areas for a focused massage:
- Head, Neck, and Chest
- Back and Shoulders
- Arms and Hands
- Foot Reflexology
30 minutes: $35
What are the benefits of massage?
Many people love the idea of indulging in a massage. Massage is a great way to get in touch with your body and prevent illness and injury. Beyond making one feel relaxed, massage therapy offers many different benefits – physical, mental, and emotional. Massage therapy promotes relaxation, improves circulation, enhances mobility, encourages overall well-being, and relieves chronic muscle tension, stiff joints, sprains, and overworked muscles. The benefits of massage are endless!
How do I make my appointment?
Appointments can be made by calling (817)257-PLAY (7529). All appointments are made through the Campus Recreation office. All appointments must be paid for at the time of scheduling. You may pay by Cash, Check, Credit Card, or Send Home.
Can I cancel or reschedule my appointment?
*Cancellations for a refund must be done by 6:30pm the day before for Tuesday – Saturday scheduled appointments. If your appointment falls on a Sunday or a Monday you must cancel by Noon on Saturday. You may cancel your appointment by calling the Campus Recreation office at (817) 257-7529.
*Reschedules we will be accepted until 2 hours before a scheduled appointment. You must reschedule your appointment for and within 7 days.
*If you miss your appointment and do not contact the Campus Recreation office at least 2 hours before your scheduled appointment no refund or reschedule will be permitted.
Where do I go for my appointment?
Massage therapy takes place in the University Recreation Center. Our private massage therapy studio is located in room 47 (downstairs) of the URC.
What should I wear to my appointment?
Come as you are. Table massage is more effective if clothing is removed; however, proper draping (covering with a sheet) is required. A massage typically requires the use of a lubricant. A quick-absorbing crème or lotion suited to your skin type will be chosen to allow you to go about your day without a need for a shower. Your therapist can answer any questions you may have and instructions for undressing to your comfort level.