Rebekah Boscher, LMT
It’s free with no obligation to hire
About this pro
Practicing since 1999 with a variety of techniques including: Swedish, deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, craniosacral, aromatherapy, hot stones and reflexology, I have had the privilege to work on a variety of clients from pediatrics to geriatrics. I enjoy working on a variety of clients and conditions, and have extensive training in injuries relating to automobile accidents, work injuries, sporting injuries, cancer and pregnancy side effects and more. I can vary my techniques and pressure from light relaxation work to deeper work depending on my client's needs and requests. Many clients are pleased to find that their receipts can be turned into their insurance company for reimbursement as well as being filed with health savings accounts. In fact, I am a preferred provider with American Specialty Health Network (ASHN) and all of its affiliated insurance plans when you are treated out of reliance family care in McDonough, GA. For my client's convenience, I also travel to their homes or businesses. My table and chair are both portable and require only a small amount of room. Many businesses find providing on-site massage therapy for 15 minutes per employee is a great incentive and morale booster. Prices vary based upon the requested massage type and length and are highly competitive. Contact Rebekah Boscher, LMT to schedule your next massage!
Relaxation / stress reliefIncreased flexibilityPain relief
Swedish massage (standard)Deep tissue massageThai massage
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Your Massage Therapist is a highly personal choice. Whomever you choose should be able meet with your style and expectations. Don't be afraid to ask questions, and make sure you discuss your history with you therapist. For someone who may be suffering from whiplash injuries, be prepared that your initial visit will require a variety of muscle testing and documentation. Everyone should feel comfortable with the service they are receiving. Your therapist should perform proper draping techniques to maximize privacy for table massages. Chair massages on the other hand do not require the removal of clothing or the use of oils or lotions.