Massage Ninjas. Experts. Specialists.
Our average massage therapist has over 13 years experience, and you can feel the difference. With experience comes depth of knowledge, refined touch skills, and the ability to troubleshoot complex problems. We know a lot about how the body works, and we’re always learning more.
What does it take to be a Myo Austin Massage Therapist?
We take hiring seriously. We look for exceptional quality of touch, extensive education and experience, a passion for the work and a drive for continued learning. Our therapists each have unique styles and areas of expertise, but they are all among the best massage therapists in Austin. Let us help find the best match for you!
Tara White has been in practice since 1994 and a yoga and massage teacher since 1997. The focus of her practice is chronic pain management, injury rehab and exploring the structural and energetic possibilities of a balanced posture.
Aimee started her massage training in 2008. She is passionate therapist committed to curating each massage session to the individual needs of each client. Her practice is integrative: combining clinical bodywork techniques as well as an intuitive flow.
Wendy has been a therapist since 2006 and specializes in lymphatic drainage, Thai massage, deep tissue, and pain management. Her work is intentional, intuitive and specific.
Katie’s long-term interest in anatomy and biology makes her work precise and informed, and she enjoys the problem-solving aspects of helping people with chronic pain from postural issues or injuries.
Deborah’s own experience with chronic pain has left her with an empathy and understanding for those in acute and chronic pain. She combines Swedish, Deep tissue, CranioSacral, Myofascial, Hot stone and Trigger point therapies.
Jesse Crandell has been in practice since 2003 and has a wide range of focuses including Ashiatsu, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Precision Neuromuscular Therapy (PNMT), and Trigger Point Therapy.
Thomas Matzke has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2011 after attending A New Beginning massage school and enjoys having a meaningful and positive impact on people’s health.
Elizabeth Wakehouse Werzner
Elizabeth has been in practice for 24 years, as well as a Pilates instructor for 7, and is passionate about improving the lives of others through healing touch and movement.
Stephen Shortnacy has been in practice since 2007 and he understands the pain and needs of those who suffer from symptoms found in such conditions as ankylosing spondylitis, fibromyalgia, or spondyloarthropathy, which makes him a very effective therapist in treating and managing pain.
Ginger incorporates myofascial release, restorative deep tissue work, patient and exploratory stretching and craniosacral therapy, encouraging a settling in the client’s nervous system so that the body’s innate ability to rebalance can take over.
Erin’s style is firm, flowing and intuitive, with specific deep tissue work combined with parasympathetic engagement to relieve acute pain or improve chronic concerns.
With skilled compassionate touch, Tammi seeks to facilitate comfort in both body and mind with the focus on stress relief, relaxation and alleviating discomfort using Swedish and deep tissue massage and Myofascial release techniques.
Heidi has been licensed since 1992. She works with the client’s breath and incorporates techniques ranging from light lymphatic or energy work to firm circulatory strokes to deep tissue release with structural balance in mind.
Kate has been therapist since 2008, practicing full time since 2019. Her work focuses on relaxation and tension relief. She is committed to continued growth as a therapist. Her work is holistic, intentional, and caring.
Savannah is a Seattle trained clinician and is happy to return to her roots in Central Texas! She is enthusiastic about aiding people through an intuitive and informed touch. Her goal is to provide a positive impact for those in chronic pain or with an allostatic overload.
Hunter has been practicing massage since 2015. She tries to keep her work centered around the evidence based techniques proven to relieve chronic pain but also keeps an open mind to other alternative modalities.
Katherine Sobolewski’s focus is on resolving injuries and pain patterns to provide relief that outlasts the session. She uses a combination of myofascial release, deep, corrective friction, and stretching to break up adhesions and restore pain-free mobility.
Maryam is a native Austinite that became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2018 at A New Beginning School of Massage. She aims to provide a space for her clients to reach the place of restful, inner peace.
Kevin has been in practice since 2012 pursuing a focus on Structural bodywork and myofascial release. His work is often perceived as strong, precise, and coordinated towards a specific goal to achieve longer lasting results.
Ramona’s typical massage appropriates a number of evidence-based techniques from training in myofascial therapy, deep tissue massage, relaxing Swedish, and anatomy studies to coax your muscles and fascia into relaxing.
Kelly Marshall has worked in varying capacities as a massage therapist since 2007. They are also a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT), therefore, they utilize a diverse array of techniques and tailors each session to the individual’s needs and wants.
Stacia graduated from T.S.T.C. and received her Lymphatic training from the Chikly institute. Stacia has a mixed style of bodywork, and focuses on relieving both stress as well as pain management.
Rachael Wilder has been a Massage Therapist in Austin since 2008. She effectively combines deeply relaxing with focused therapeutic work.
Calli incorporates a range of techniques from Swedish, deep tissue, stretches, myofascial release and trigger point to achieve greater range of motion and painless movement for her clients. Her session can be described as intuitive, exploratory and effective.
Catherine Collett has been in practice since 2003 with a focus on pain management, structural bodywork, myofascial release, and lymphatic drainage.