Welcome to The Boston Bodyworker

The Boston Bodyworker

You should never feel anxious about having to choose the "right type" of massage.

In fact, you should never have to choose between a swedish, deep tissue, or sports massage. That is what a skilled massage therapist at The Boston Bodyworker is trained to do, for you. Depending upon your needs and preferences, a massage at The Boston Bodyworker may include many different techniques during the same massage. Your therapist may use kneading, compression, gliding, tapping, vibration, rocking, friction, and even some movement during your massage. And sometimes, all of the above!

Whether you're looking for a massage to help with pain, stress, an injury, or even as a regular treat to yourself, a massage at The Boston Bodyworker will address your specific needs and will be designed to help you Feel Better.

Ready to Feel Better?

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Become a Member with The Boston Bodyworker!

Getting a massage can do you a world of good, and getting massages frequently can do even more! Unlocking the extraordinary benefits of a consistent treatment program will make you feel years younger, allow you to recover faster from activities, increase your quality of sleep and energy. At The Boston Bodyworker, we want to become your partners in your mission for greater wellness and a sustainable active lifestyle. This is why we created membership plans to help you accomplish all of your goals. At The Boston Bodyworker, we are a team of dedicated professionals who can help you achieve what you have your health and wellness goals with a regular treatment plan. Treat yourself to regular massages at great rates with our membership today!

The Boston Bodyworker Difference


Professionally Trained Therapists

The Boston Bodyworker offers you the newest breed of massage therapists. Practitioners at The Boston Bodyworker are licensed and governed by the laws of the state of Massachusetts. Therapists also receive advanced continuing education as a part of their ongoing career training.

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Celebrating over 20 Years of Service!

The Boston Bodyworker is a family owned & operated small business, serving the Boston community since 1999. Winners of multiple best of awards from some of the areas most highly regarded sources such as Boston Magazine, The Improper Bostonian, and The A-List, The Boston Bodyworker prides itself on its commitment to patient care and the highest quality of services.

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Month-to-Month Memberships

Getting a massage can do you a world of good. Recent studies have proven that getting massages frequently can reduce stress, improve sleep, accelerate recovery, increase energy and impact our overall health. Unlocking the extraordinary benefits of a consistent treatment program has been proven to be an important part of a sensible wellness plan.

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What's The Buzz?

In our 20 plus years treating the Boston community, we have established a reputation of delivering a first class, professional, and enjoyable experience for our patents. We take pride in our 5-star rating on Groupon, 4.5 ratings on Google and Facebook, and 4-star rating on Yelp. We hope to deliver you that same quality of service.

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Why Should I Drink Water After a Massage?

Q: Why am I told to drink water after a massage? A: This is a very common suggestion following a massage treatment. Unfortunately, the reason for doing this is not what you have likely heard. It is NOT to flush out toxins in your body. In an editorial written by Tracy Walton, LMT, MS, in…

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What Color is Your Pee?

Have you ever taken a look at your pee? C’mon! Admit it. You’ve looked, but unless you know what you’re looking at, it’s difficult to decipher what your pee color is telling you. The Mayo Clinic determines pee color as follows; Normal urine color ranges from pale yellow to deep amber — the result of…

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7 Stretches in 7 Minutes to Reduce the Risk of Back Pain

Did you know that 80% of us will suffer an episode of debilitating back pain AT LEAST once in our lifetime? A common misconception that is often cited is that 90% of these occurrences will go away on its own without any treatment. A study in the European Spine Journal showed that 62% of patients…

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Life Hack: Walk on Ice!

This months life hack is one that may seem like common sense to many, but considering the amount of slip and fall incidents we see and hear about, I thought I would share with you a little ‘penguin wisdom’ to save you from seeing us for reasons beyond your normal needs. These past few weeks…

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What causes the Pins and Needles sensation?

Q: What is the cause of the ‘pins and needles’ feeling I get sometimes when I wake up in the morning? A: This is a very commonly occurring symptom that many of us have experienced. It’s clinically known as Paresthesia (from the Greek ‘abnormal-sensation’). When this occurs on a transient basis, it’s typically nothing to…

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Stop Using Cell Phones

Women, Stop Using Cell Phones IMMEDIATELY! Over the past year, I have seen countless numbers of articles about RSI’s (a.k.a. repetitive stress injuries) come across my screen. Having been in the field of physical medicine for over 20 years, I can tell you that conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome & pronator…

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Massage Doesn’t Work

If you are like so many others around you, you likely made your annual resolution to start working out; again. As I’m sure you can imagine, it’s one of the most popular resolutions every year. If you are still fulfilling your resolution (most fail within the first 3 weeks), you are likely experiencing some physical…

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When Life Hands You Lemons; Add Water

Water has long been known for its ability to help our body’s repair and recover. It’s also known to keep our skin young, firm and radiant. Among many other amazing benefits of water – its ability to eliminate toxins, to regenerate and improve overall health is paramount. Adding lemon to water not only quenches thirst…

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‘Tis The Season for Resolutions. We Got Your Back!

With the New Year just around the corner, many of us set out to achieve some resolutions that often include personal wellness. I thought this would be a good opportunity to provide a little guidance to help you reduce the risk of injuries from any new programs you may be starting or perhaps heeding some…

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What is the difference between a ‘strain’ and a ‘sprain’?

In last month’s newsletter, we announced a new section of our newsletter where you, the patient, could ask Drew a health related question that you have been curious about. We had several responses and have chosen the following question in our first installment of ‘Ask Drew’. Q: What is the difference between a ‘strain’ and…

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