Navigating pregnancy’s life-changing terrain, prenatal massage can deliver incredible relief from the common discomforts of pregnancy.
Age comfortably and gracefully! Massage therapy is a pleasant and useful way to decrease joint and muscle pain, improve restful sleep and reduce stress.
Use massage therapy in your healthy self-care routine to provide pain and stress relief and improve relaxation and well-being.
I'm glad you found your way here! Please have a look around to find out more about me and the services I offer. If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment, please call or text me at the number listed below or fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page. I look forward to meeting you!
Every massage session is individualized depending on your needs that day. Selected modalities may include Swedish massage, prenatal massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, hydrotherapy, Trager, foot reflexology, muscle energy technique, passive range of motion and/or stretching.
Only certified organic massage oil and all organic linens are used in my practice for your comfort and well-being.
Serving Tacoma, Ruston, Gig Harbor, University Place, Steilacoom, Lakewood, and Puyallup, Washington.
In good health,
Annie Mitchell, LMT
CALL TODAY - 253-761-0874 - to schedule a massage or get more information.
“Your work is profound and beneficial.”
“I consider my regular massage to be the centerpiece of my stress management.”
“You are so accepting and demonstrate such caring.”
“For the last month of pregnancy my weekly massage was what got me through the next week.”
“Maternity massage was a great way of caring for my baby and myself.”
“Your hands are truly a gift.”
“I truly believe regular massage contributed to a healthier pregnancy and made me a happier mom.”
“My body feels more invigorated and relaxed than it has in a very long time.”
“I woke up without any pain and even after a day of work, still great! I attribute it to your treatments.”
“Thank you for helping me and my baby take a few leaps toward birth.”