Grace Eubanks, LMT
Grace Eubanks, LMT

Grace Eubanks, LMT

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Introduction: We provide pain relief using John F. Barnes approach Myofascial Release with other therapeutic massage techniques. The majority of clients we see have chronic pain and soft tissue tightness, usually from past injuries or surgery scars or accumulation of stress and posture changes. Services are offered at 2 locations--Flower Mound and North Dallas. My colleague, Cenobio Xavier Hernandez and I met in massage school and both have extensive experience in therapeutic massage in addition to Myofascial Release and Reiki Level I. We help restore balance and function in the soft tissues. "Soft tissue at rest should be SOFT." If there are knots and hardened areas when you are not flexing your muscles, there will generally be pain in that area until it is addressed.
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Hired 38 times

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3 employees

32 years in business

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Apple Pay, Cash, Credit card, Square cash app, Stripe, Venmo

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Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, responsiveness, and work quality.

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Jennifer W.

Massage Therapy

Grace communicated within a half an hour of my post and clarified with me about what I was looking for. I was impressed with her willingness to drive quite a ways to my house as well as her extensive experience. We quickly found a time and day that worked. She text me when she was coming and was on time. Her knowledge and kindness were exceptional. I definitely recommend her!
May 21, 2018
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Robin P.

Massage Therapy

Grace listened and was wonderful at educating me about what was going on with my body. She did a great assessment about what areas I wanted her to focus on, and talked me through what she was doing. I've had two facet injections and one round of trigger point injections, and her work led to a big improvement in my pain.
Mar 26, 2018
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ANDREW S.

Massage Therapy

She provides a friendly and enjoyable environment, making for a comfortable experience. Very skilled in her style of massage. Just a bit high in price for me to go as often as I would like, I would recommend her anyways
Jun 4, 2017
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DO B.

Massage Therapy

I've never had MFR before, but will again. I've gained significant pain relief in my right shoulder and some in my lower back. Grace did a great job with the technique and explained her process completely.
Aug 24, 2016
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Jennifer W.

Massage Therapy

I hired Grace for chair massage in our trade show booth for 2 full days at a high end venue. I could not have been more pleased, Grace certainly lives up to her name and was certainly an asset to our booth. She was professional and engaging with our clients, not to mention extremely skilled in the art of massage. I would highly recommend Grace and cannot wait to be back in the Dallas area and work with her again.
Jul 31, 2015
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FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Pricing is $100 per hour. This is a very good value for authentic Myofascial Release. Many practitioners currently charge $120 or more per hour.

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    All kinds of people. Really anybody who needs stress relief or pain relief can benefit. Myofascial Release is highly effective for any condition that causes discomfort, such as fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, back pain, neck pain, disc problems, rotator cuff, frozen shoulder, knee pain, foot problems, carpal tunnel syndrome and other nerve compression problems such as cubital tunnel syndrome and thoracic outlet syndrome.

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    If a customer is looking for authentic Myofascial Release, they need to check the practitioner's source of education. Some practitioners take a 6 hour continuing education class and truly think they know how to do Myofascial Release, when they are really just doing deep tissue massage. John F. Barnes is the teacher of authentic Myofascial Release. You can verify therapists by clicking "find a therapist" on myofascialrelease.com.

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