Massage Therapy in Des Moines
Full and partial body massages are available from our professionally trained massage therapists. A massage focuses on the kneading of your muscles and joints to relieve tension and/or pain. Specific massage techniques are available as follows.
Prenatal Massages are sensitive to the many anatomical changes a woman undergoes during pregnancy and will in no way cause harm to the mother or the baby.
Deep tissue Massages are perfect for sport injuries and muscle strains. Sustained pressure is applied using slow, deep strokes targeted toward the inner layers of muscles and connective tissue.
Cupping Massages involve special cups being placed on the body to create suction. This therapy helps with pain, inflammation, increases blood flow as well as relaxes the body, similar to a deep tissue massage.
Kinetic Stretching uses the momentum of a moving limb in an attempt to push it beyond its normal range of motion. This bouncing technique increases flexibility and agility.
Massages are priced at $1.15/minute. Massage appointments must be made over the phone or email. Call us to schedule an appointment.
Meet our Massage Therapists
Meet Jennifer Phipps, a graduate of Body Wisdom School of Massage located in Urbandale, Iowa.
Jennifer has spent the last thirteen years of her career honing her massage skills in pain relief and
management through the use of targeted manual therapy and other modalities and tools. Clients have sought Jennifer out for her unique approach to Deep Tissue and for the relief they feel after each individualized session.
She has helped clients shorten their healing times and increase range of motion after injury and surgery.
Jennifer has worked with double mastectomy patients to prevent Iron Bra Syndrome, Olympic Athletes for recovery and injury prevention, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and many other ailments that involve tight, sore and otherwise traumatized muscle tissue.
Brittney Manning is from from Alexander, IA and went to CAL Community School.
Brittney graduated from Iowa State with a marketing major and then moved to Kansas City. While in Kansas City Brittney decided to go to massage school at Pinnacle Career Institute, and graduated in 2012.
In 2018 Brittney moved back to Iowa and continued massage therapy. She began giving massages at Revive Chiropractic in 2020. Brittney’s husband, Joe, is a farmer and runs a trucking company. They have a daughter Caroline.
Brittney specializes in cupping, deep tissue, therapeutic, and prenatal massage.