These are the massage therapists working at Relax Blacksburg. We are all Licensed by the Virginia Board of Nursing.
If it's experience you are looking for, you've come to the right place. All of our therapists have years of experience helping clients meet their health goals. We are also very proud to invest heavily in advancing our skills through continuing education.
You deserve the best. Come experience truly high-quality massage.
But don't take our word for it. Check out some reviews from our clients.
And please don't feel obligated to stick with just one therapist. Feel free to book with all of our therapists so you can figure out who you prefer. Some of our clients even rotate between therapists, as we are all very different in our styles.
No matter who you choose, we will all create a customized massage session focusing on your individual needs. If you are in pain, we will create a specific treatment plan just for you. If you just want to relax, we will focus on getting you into a deep state of relaxation so your stress will melt away.
Click on a name or scroll down to learn more about each of them.
Brian graduated from the Pennsylvania Institute of Massage Therapy in 2000. Soon after graduation his skills landed him a job as a massage therapist for high-end clients at the Westin Resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
He has done extensive continuing education at the Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga giving him over 1,300 hours in massage training. He was working at Eucalyptus Massage Therapy before opening his own business, Relax Blacksburg.
His specialties include medical massage, Strain Counterstrain therapy, Neural Reset Therapy, pain management, injury rehabilitation, deep tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy, sports massage, trigger point therapy, Swedish massage, hot bamboo massage, hot stone massage, pregnancy massage, geriatric massage, and improving range of motion (ROM).
Clients say they choose him as their therapist because they see results.
In his spare time, Brian enjoys cooking, traveling, cycling, hiking, speaking German, and learning to box.
Learn more about Brian on our About Us page.
Brian is available Tuesday-Saturday.*
*He is generally fully booked a few months in advance, so feel free to fill out our waiting list form on our booking page if you would like to try to see him sooner.
Rebecca knew at a very young age that she wanted to work in the health sciences. She was drawn to massage therapy because it allows her to help people feel better and live a healthier lifestyle.
She studied at the World School of Massage in 2007-2008 and the School of Health Sciences at Miami-Dade College in 2012-2013.
Previously, Rebecca ran a mobile massage business and also has worked at Massage Envy and Eucalyptus Massage Therapy.
She has over 1,000 hours of massage training and many years of experience helping clients.
Rebecca specializes in Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, Neural Reset Therapy, pain management, hot stone massage, hot bamboo massage, trigger point therapy, pregnancy and post-natal massage, sports massage, medical massage, body stretching, improving range of motion (ROM), and chair massage.
Rebecca is a very talented therapist who will adjust every massage to the specific needs of each client.
In her spare time she enjoys learning new languages and baking sweet treats with her son.
Rebecca is available Monday-Friday.
Erin has always felt drawn to natural ways of providing relief and comfort, and health and whole body wellness as a whole.
Erin's interest in massage began when she received one from a friend who was studying to become a massage therapist.
What fascinates her the most about massage is how it can relieve not only muscular pain and stress, but many ailments that effect the human body, all without drugs or invasive surgical procedures.
She studied at the Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga and graduated in 2012. She has 600 hours of massage training.
After graduation, she spent years doing massage part-time before finally deciding to choose massage as her full-time career.
She says, "I see a lifetime of satisfying work where I can thrive doing something I enjoy. There's also the endless opportunities of a never ending spectrum of learning, because there are so many modalities you can incorporate into your work. It's a beautiful way of life where I can use my hands to help heal, and that is very attractive to me."
Erin specializes in Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, medical massage, Neural Reset Therapy, sports massage, trigger point therapy, pain management, strain counterstrain, myofascial release, hot stone massage, improving range of motion (ROM), and chair massage.
In her spare time she loves to
read and create art, whether it be painting, sculpting clay, carving
stone, even creating mosaics for her garden. She also enjoys kayaking, jet
skiing, hiking, gardening, pretty much anything that will put her outside
surrounded by nature.
Erin is available Tuesday-Saturday.
Rebekah grew up in Narrows, VA. She was originally drawn to massage because she enjoys helping people feel better.
She studied at the Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga and graduated in 2012. She is Board Certified, has over 750 hours of massage training and six years experience helping clients.
Before joining Relax Blacksburg, she worked at Life in Balance, Pure Spa, and Eucalyptus Massage Therapy.
Rebekah specializes in medical massage, Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage, hot stone massage, Thai massage, myofascial release therapy (MFR), trigger point therapy, strain counterstrain, pregnancy and post-natal massage, and chair massage.
Rebekah is a confident, committed therapist that excels in her profession. She deeply enjoys her work and will always customize each session to treat the specific needs of her clients.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, writing, sewing, painting and just being outdoors in nature.
Rebekah is available Tuesday-Saturday.
Anne moved to Blacksburg with her family in 1977. She now lives in Giles County with her husband of 24 years and their two dogs.
She studied at the Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga and graduated in 2012. She has over 850 hours of massage training and six years experience helping clients.
Before joining Relax Blacksburg, Anne worked as a massage therapist at Eucalyptus Massage Therapy and Mountain Lake Hotel.
Anne has always had an interest in massage and becoming certified (now licensed) in medical massage was a joyous accomplishment for her.
She truly loves her career and strives to improve the lives of her clients to the
best of her ability. She says it is an honor to give her clients the gift of
relaxation, movement and mobility.
Anne specializes in manual lymphatic therapy, Swedish massage, myofascial release, sports massage, deep tissue massage, pregnancy and post-natal massage, pain management, strain counterstain (SCS), hot stone massage, trigger point therapy, geriatric massage, kinesiology taping, improving range of motion (ROM), and chair massage.
Anne is a highly-skilled therapist who will adjust every massage to the specific needs of each client.
In her spare time she
enjoys cooking (and eating), travel, reading, trivia, exercise, dog walking and spending time with her family. She has also spent over a year in Denmark and speaks conversational Danish.
Anne is available Tuesday-Saturday.
Polly grew up in Damascus, MD and graduated from JMU with a degree in English. She moved to Blacksburg in 1991 and fell in love with everything about it.
She was inspired to go into massage therapy after a transformative experience with her daughter.
Polly says, "At age 7, my daughter went through a rough period of terrible nightmares. It escalated to the point where she was afraid to get in bed at all and was up all night crying. In desperation and without much hope that she would let a stranger touch her, we took her to a bodyworker my husband was seeing at the time. He worked on her for half an hour, and she never squirmed once.
It moved me to tears just to witness this
quiet interaction, this caring being offered and received. That night my daughter slept straight through
until morning. I was floored. The impact of that touch had shifted
something deep within her, and I knew right then that I wanted to learn how to
offer my own intentional touch to other people. I have found that being a
massage therapist is just as rewarding as I had hoped in that moment."
Polly graduated from the Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga in 2014. She has 650 hours of massage training.
Polly specializes in Swedish massage, medical massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, pain management, pregnancy & post-natal massage, shiatsu, craniosacral therapy, geriatric massage, and chair massage.
Prior to joining Relax Blacksburg, she had her own business Be Well Bodywork.
In her spare time, Polly enjoys hiking and paddle boarding with her family as well as catering to the whims of their three cats and two guinea pigs.
Polly is available Monday-Friday starting Tuesday, April 3rd.