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Pittsburgh Massage Therapy

Relax, rejuvenate, and restore with the healing touch of massage therapy

Massages are a wonderful form of relaxation and have been shown to have numerous health benefits. Not only do they help relieve stress and ease tension in the muscles, but they can also improve circulation and boost the immune system. A massage can be a wonderful gift to give yourself or someone else as it feels great and provides a healthy treatment for the body. From Swedish massages to deep tissue treatments, there are a variety of options to suit your individual needs and preferences.

Massage therapy can be helpful in treating acute pain, managing chronic pain, reducing stress, and decreasing anxiety. Our therapists are skilled and truly take the time to work with their clients. We purposefully leave time for an intake with each session to make sure that your needs are understood.

Please note that we do not take insurance, but do take HSA/FSA.

Why Massage?

Massage therapy is a time-honored practice that transcends cultures and has been celebrated for its profound healing effects on the body and mind. Through skillful touch and manipulation of soft tissues, our experienced therapist works to release tension, reduce muscle stiffness, and improve circulation, promoting a sense of deep relaxation and rejuvenation.


Beyond its immediate physical benefits, massage therapy plays a crucial role in stress reduction and mental well-being, helping to alleviate anxiety and promote a positive outlook on life. We believe in the importance of nurturing the body's inherent capacity to heal and maintain balance, and massage therapy is a powerful tool in achieving that. Our commitment to offering massage therapy is a testament to our belief in the transformative potential of this ancient healing art, supporting you in your journey toward optimal health and vitality.

Meet Our Massage Therapists

Annie Snead

Annie Snead

LMT (MSG006254)

Annie is a licensed and insured massage therapist in practice since 2010. She is a graduate of The Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy, certified by The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, and a member of The American Massage Therapy Association.


Many factors contribute to a person’s muscles becoming painful and then dysfunctional, and therefore require a multi-faceted approach to treatment. During massage sessions, Annie incorporates several modalities and techniques, developing a personalized treatment plan.


Her predominant therapeutic focus is Neuromuscular, or Trigger Point Therapy, blended with several other modalities, which creates positive long-lasting results.


Annie is an enthusiastic advocate for massage therapy and believes that every person can benefit greatly from both its physical and psychological effects. Please note that Annie does her own scheduling, and booking with her online is not available. You can contact her to schedule an appointment by emailing

Annie's Specialties

Myofascial Pain

Craniosacral Therapy

Neuromuscular Disorders

Swedish Massage


Dahlia Klauck

LMT (MSG015378)

With a background in Sports Medicine, Dahlia completed her formal education in Massage Therapy at Pittsburgh Technical College. There, she studied nursing-level anatomy, kinesiology, and pathology. Alongside her academic classes and clinical experience, Dahlia learned specialized massage techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, and Oncology Massage. She also incorporates hot stones, trigger point therapy, and thermotherapy in her sessions. Because of her background in Sports Medicine, she also utilizes Kinesiology taping, scraping, and cupping.

Dahlia's approach to each session is completely dependent on the client and their personal massage goals. Her mixing of styles and techniques allows her to fully customize sessions. She is proud to offer many different modalities in her treatment plans so that she can perfectly adapt to her clients' therapeutic needs.

Dahlia's Specialties

Sports Massage & Kinesiology Taping

Deep Tissue


Hot Stone

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