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!
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.
Heidi Summers has been practicing massage therapy since 2014 with a focus in integrative bodywork, pain management, and balancing energy work. Her experience covers acute and chronic pain related issues, post-operative therapy, pre-and postnatal care, stress and anxiety treatment, and palliative care.
Ben Christensen is a graduate of Avenue Five Institute here in Austin. He has a keen interest in the art of massage, the art of music, and the art of helping people. Having learned to manage his own muscular pain through massage and wellness education, Ben is eager to offer therapeutic experiences and work with your needs.
Tammi Shepard views massage as important to the ongoing maintenance of life and your self care is an investment. With skilled compassionate touch, she 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.
Elday discovered massage therapy as a tool to manage anxiety and chronic pain. Her alignment-focused approach works in tandem with her warmth and intelligence to create a space conducive to release and growth. She has a knack for making somatic concepts accessible and enjoyable to learn, challenging her clients to facilitate their own healing.
Leila Seraphin has been in practice since 2015 with a focus on Deep Tissue and Orthopedic work. She is a graduate of Connecting Point Massage Therapy located in Telluride, Colorado. Leila cares deeply about her clients well-being and works to target areas that are the root of chronic or acute issues and discomfort.