Welcome to Urban Kneads Therapeutic Massage Studio
Urban Kneads is centrally located in the beautiful River Oaks neighborhood, surrounded by The Heights, Downtown, Mid-Town, Montrose, and Upper Kirby neighborhoods in the inner loop of Houston. We merged with Village Massage in January, 2013 to offer more therapists and services to better serve our customers.
Urban Kneads offers a wide range of massage modalities from Sports Massage, Swedish Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Structural Integration (KMI) to light therapies such as CranioSacral (CST) and Lymph Drainage Therapy (LDT).
We also offer Pregnancy and Infant Massage and Mayan Abdominal Massage (MAM), Reflexology, Reiki, Barefoot Shiatsu, Thai Massage and our popular Couples and Aromatherapy Massages.
Book today and let one of our highly trained and talented License Massage Therapists customize a bodywork session especially for you.
Looking for On-Site Chair Massage for your office or special event? Urban Kneads will send skilled and professional massage therapists directly to you. Receiving just 15 or 30 minutes of Chair Massage has found to be effective for relief of aches and pains and reducing stress.
Peruse our Services Menu of therapeutic massage and bodywork.
Re-energize The Body!
Massage helps to relieve stress and sore muscles, allowing the body to make the most of your work-outs to get ready for swimsuit season. Let us help re-energize the body for warmer weather now! Call to schedule your appointment today.
A non-invasive, therapeutic, deep tissue massage. The therapist uses a slow and focused approach to eliminate the trigger points that refer pain to remote areas of the body. This is a very healing and relaxing technique, effective in releasing and calming tense muscles from pain and over use.
General Therapeutic Massage
Not sure what you want, choose a general massage and we'll discuss what kind of massage you might need when you come in...
April 18, 2014
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April 2, 2014
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March 17, 2014
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February 28, 2014
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