Acumassage

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  • Beth G.

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    Dennis gave me excellent accupressure and massage. He explained the process and made me feel totally relaxed. What a great hour! I recommend him to everyone!

    Sep 28, 2014Verified
  • Jennie M.

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    I just moved to TX & my 1st massage with Dennis was 9/17. He asked the appropriate health questions to give me the best massage for my body. I found his office to be clean, quite, peaceful & I felt comfortable with his knowledge of the body. I think you'll be satisfied, if you give him a try!

    Sep 19, 2014Verified

About this pro

I typically incorporate three different modalities in my treatments: Acupressure, myofascial release and massage. By integrating all three, I can treat even pesky muscle ailments without deep pressure pain often associated with massage. I like solving pesky muscular problems and finding new ways to treat clients.

Years in business

6

Number of employees

1

Background check

Completed
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Q & A

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
    Yes, I take Continuing Education courses. Last summer, I took a 20-hour class on myofascial release and plan to take a course on kinesio taping.
  • How did you get started doing this type of work?
    My wife was having frequent headaches and asked me to help relieve them. So I started pressing points on her head and they worked. Then, she and others encouraged me to learn more, so I attended the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, CA.
  • What types of customers have you worked with?
    Typically, clients complain of neck and shoulder pain so that is what I work on the most.
Coverage Area for Acumassage is about 50+ miles of Fort Worth, TX.