Find a Massage in Minnesota

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You can find massage therapists listed in these Minnesota cities:

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The work of massage therapists in Minnesota can provide health benefits for the 5.5 million people who live in the state. Massage therapy is an age-old medical practice, however the therapeutic use of massage techniques is well-supported by current medical research. Today, a professional massage therapist in Minnesota may be trained to assist state residents with anxiety, stress, headaches, insomnia, muscular tension, digestive issues, sports injures, and many other concerns. A massage therapist may use specific types of massage—such as trigger point massage, deep massage, Swedish massage, or sports massage—to address specific health concerns.
At present, Minnesota does not have a supervising body for massage therapy at the state level. However, several cities in Minnesota—including Hopkins, Burnsville, and St. Paul—have established their own professional standards and rules for licensing. Practitioners who do not reside in these cities may seek voluntary national certification. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics claims 2,530 people were employed as massage therapists in Minnesota in 2015.

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  7. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). Quickfacts: Minnesota. Retrieved from