60 Parnell St
Merritt Island, FL 32953

Touching Brevard... One Person at a Time.

Massage Therapy in Merritt Island

Located in Merritt Island, Massage Therapy Associates Of Brevard provides holistic massage therapy.

We are committed to providing effective massage therapy

About Us

Thank you for choosing Massage Therapy Associates of Brevard, where our mission statement “"Bringing compassion, health, and healing to Brevard County one person at a time” has been our goal since 1994.

At Massage Therapy Associates of Brevard we help our visitors. clients, and patients heal joint and muscle pain and stiffness. Massage therapy is an extremely versatile and powerful form of complimentary medicine.

Massage therapy can assist in relieving stress, headaches, aches and pains, and improve circulation, but did you also know that medical massage therapy can assist in:

  • Boosting and improving the immune system
  • Correcting postural and structural issues
  • Improving range of motion for those suffering from arthritis and other joint dysfunctions
  • As well as treat and help heal scar tissue after surgery?

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Wide range of massage therapy services

Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage: encompasses several techniques and is the foundation for most massage modalities.

Compression: Direct pressure downward into the tissues compressing and squeezing the tissue against the bone.

Effleurage: Gliding over the superficial portion of the skin without attempt to affect the deeper structures.

Pettrissage: Kneading or rolling the tissue for the purpose of lifting tissue up and away from the bone attachments.

Tapotement/Percussion: Tapping, slapping or pounding with soft hands or fists in a rhythmic motion to stimulate the nervous and vascular systems.

Vibration: Jostling or shaking movement of the tissue to relax (light pressure) or stimulate (heavier pressure). Affects may also be adjusted by speed and type of movement.

Friction: Rubbing of one tissue surface over another as in moving a muscle over its underlying bone.

Swedish Deep Tissue Massage

Similar to Swedish Massage, but focusing primarily on the tendon attachments to the bone and with specific intent of affecting the deeper tissues such as when attempting to affect deeper muscles in heavily layered areas of the body.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Any technique designed to work with or retrain proprioception or neural communication to and from a muscle used primarily for working with people suffering with muscle weakness or atrophy, due to neural interference, Apraxia or other neuromuscular issues.

When employed by a skilled technician this technique can have a great affect in helping to treat and restore muscles and neural pathways that have been effected by stroke, MS, or other neural related ailments or diseases.

Trigger Point Therapy

A form of neuromuscular work utilizing specific pressure or trigger points located in various areas around the body to affect changes in muscular tonicity and neural communication.

Many trigger points follow along similar points and pathways as the meridians and tsubo utilized in acupuncture and acupressure in Eastern medicine.

Myofascial Release

A form of therapy by which even (usually broad) sustained pressure is applied to a muscles or muscle groups in order to separate muscle fibers, muscles and muscle groups by stretching and restoring movement of the fascial membranes (connective tisues) surrounding the primary structures of the body.

This technique is highly effective in restoring flexibility to scar tissue from surgery or injuries as well as for treating ailments and diseases characterized by severe muscular restriction, seizure, and apraxia such as plantar fasciitis, cerebral palsy, MS, and muscular dystrophy.

Range of Motion (ROM) and Stretching

Techniques designed to prepare joints, tendons and ligaments for other therapy techniques or to improve and restore motion to restricted joints. This technique is highly effective in treating ailments such as frozen shoulder, severe muscle cramping, as well as treatment for joint replacement surgery in restoring full use of the affected joints.

Postural and Structural Analysis

A technique wherein a practiced therapist will assess posture and structural positioning of the body as well as ROM of various joints in order to formulate a plan of therapy based on the particular dysfunctions found in the process of the analysis.

Lymphatic Drainage

All massage therapy tends to stimulate the Lymph system in some way but this specific technique is designed to generally utilize light pressure strokes, in very specific patterns in order to open, stimulate and improve flow of lymphatic fluid through the lymph vessels. The Lymph System is an integral part of the human immune system making this a very powerful technique for helping to stimulate healthy immune response.

It is also highly effective in treating patients who are suffering with Lymphedema (swelling and fluid retention) or have recently undergone surgeries such as liposuction, breast enhancement/reduction, Brazilian butt lifts, and other restorative and reconstructive surgical procedures.

Cranial Sacral Therapy

A technique that works primarily, as its name indicates, with the areas of the axial skeleton from the cranium to the sacrum. This subtle, but powerful technique can stimulate and improve flow of Cerebral Spinal Fluid through the Central Nervous System and make subtle adjustments to the ligament like sutures found between the cranial and pelvic bones.


An ancient Eastern technique designed to apply healing through reflexive junctions found in the feet and hands that are linked through energetic pathways in the body known as meridians to other structures. This technique is effective in treatment where the area requiring work cannot or should not be touched directly.


A form of energy work; to find out more see the Mystic River Reiki page of our website.

Pre-Natal Massage

A technique providing improved vascular circulation and aiding the woman’s body to better undergo the physical changes happening to her body during pregnancy. Moisturizing the skin, soothing and relieving stress and providing relaxation to the client can help with issues ranging from mood swings, back, leg and pelvic discomfort and skin stretching, and swelling around legs, ankles, and other areas of the body.

Post-Natal Massage

A technique which can be helpful in aiding the woman’s body in returning to her pre-pregnancy condition. Research has shown that massage can aid in stimulating the re-contraction of the uterine wall as well as stimulating vascular and lymphatic flow to aid in helping the body move additional fat stores built up for energy storage and to help stimulate and restore muscular tonicity to areas that have been stretched during pregnancy.

Infant Massage

Although there is no substitute for mommy or daddy’s touch for your baby a qualified massage therapist can help to stimulate baby’s muscular coordination, tonicity, and neuromuscular response. Baby will also experience improved vascular and lymphatic flow through properly administered touch.

Colon Hydrotherapy

A highly specialized technique of tissue cleansing and detoxification utilizing water to irrigate and cleanse the colon (large intestine). Similar to an enema, but much deeper and more gentle in the sense that it penetrates throughout the entire length of the colon instead of just the sigmoid colon and the therapist is in constant contact with the client massaging the abdominal region during the session.

Why Choose Us?

Extensive Experience

We have been providing reliable service for over 25 years.

Comprehensive Service

We have a wide range of services from medical massages to full spa treatments.

Medically Certified

We are professional massage therapists that are medically certified.

Customer Oriented

We provide unique services tailored to meet the patient’s specific needs.

Massage Therapy Associates Of Brevard provides effective massage therapy.

Our team of experienced massage therapists will make you feel your best. Get in touch!

Massage Therapy Associates of Brevard 

60 Parnell Street 
Merritt Island , FL , 32953 
Phone (321) 459-0333 
Fax (321) 459-3389 
Licensed Massage Establishment
FL License #MM005295


9:00AM - 7:00PM
9:00AM - 5:00PM