Wellness in Motion Boston is honored to have some of the best massage therapists in Boston:
Paige Mitterhoff, LMT
Todd Franek, LMT
Eric Beard, LMT
Amy Blood, LMT
Simon Jones, LMT
Margot Sigur, LMT
Amy Duverger, LMT, of Restore Total Body
Their style of massage is the perfect compliment to the ART/Graston focused chiropractic treatment one receives from WIMB. We often co-treat patients and communicate regularly to ensure our patients are getting the best possible care.
Types of Massage Offered
Our therapists specialize in Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy and Relaxation.
30 Minute = $50
60 Minute = $95
90 Minute = $135
Scheduling An Appointment
To schedule an appointment with Paige, Tim, Todd, Amy B., or Eric please call either of our offices, Downtown 857 305 3392, Brookline 617 505 6742, Back Bay 617 505 6742 or schedule on-line. To schedule an appointment with Amy Duverger, please see below.
Cancelation Policy Reminder:
WIMB has a strict 12 hour Cancellation Policy for all massages booked with Paige, Tim or Todd. Failure to cancel 12 hours before your scheduled appointment will result in a $50 fee. Clients will be unable to schedule future appointments until the fee is paid in full. Thank you for your understanding. This fee will also apply to Frequent Massage Club discounted rates.
As WIMB is a medical facility, tipping for a massage is not required. However, if you feel that you had a great massage, gratuity is always greatly appreciated by our massage therapists.
Learn More about our Massage Therapists:
Paige Mitterhoff began her work as a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) after graduating from Body in Mind Massage Institute and Elizabeth Grady of Esthetics and Massage Therapy. In Paige's three short years, she has worked with collegiate, professional, and Olympian level athletes.
As an avid runner, Paige has great understanding of why sports therapy such as massage can benefit athletes of any level and keep them progressing toward their goals. Instead of pushing through the pain, Paige believes that through deep tissue and sport massage finding the root of an injury can ensure that the problem does not come crawling back. Her in depth knowledge of therapeutic massage leads her to relieve muscle tension and acute injuries.
Paige holds a membership with the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals and currently receiving her certification in IASTM ‘Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.’ Through certifications and memberships like these, Paige believes learning more allows her to give her clients the best up to date treatment!
She currently serves as the team massage therapist for Northeastern University's Men Ice Hockey and Men’s Rowing and the Harvard University's Men’s and Women's Squash. She has served as a massage therapist for the Boston Marathon 2014 & 2015.
Todd Franek grew up in Connecticut before making a move to Boston in early 2011. In 2006, he earned his license to practice Massage Therapy through Branford Hall Career Institute in Southington, Connecticut. He became Nationally Certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and completed specialized training in Myofascial Release techniques under Howard Rontal. Todd specializes in Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Therapy.
Todd became aware that bodywork was his calling at a very early age. With a deep-rooted interest in mind/body connection and Eastern studies, he was naturally guided to the field of Massage Therapy. His love and passion for his work is manifested in the many success stories of his clients. Todd adapts his unique style into a well-balanced blend of intuition and structural functionality. His holistic approach is focused on the release of pain, tension and stress while aiding in body alignment and overall well-being. Apart from massage, his interests include Yoga, backpacking, and creating music.
Eric Beard comes to WIMB with an impressive background in health and fitness. As a Corrective Exercise Specialist, Integrated Manual Therapist (LMT) and Athletic Performance Enhancement Specialist Eric works with people 1:1 as well as with teams and groups of athletes. He begins with a thorough evaluation of the entire kinetic chain (human body). He often identifies hidden performance inhibitors that are either causing pain elsewhere in the body or hampering performance. Through manual therapy and teaching perfect exercise technique he helps to restore optimal human movement. Group and team athletic development begins with specific programs designed to enhance movement patterns and reduce risk of injury. From there, speed, power and performance can be maximized.
He has presented at events such as IDEA World, the Perform Better Summit and NEHRSA Conferences, and has worked for the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Degrees / Certifications:
Master’s Degree in Exercise Science from CalU
Bachelors in Rehabilitation Services from Springfield College
Boulder College of Massage Therapy, Honors Graduate
Certified Personal Trainer-National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM CPT)
Corrective Exercise Specialist- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM CES)
Performance Enhancement Specialist- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM PES)
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist-National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA CSCS)
Functional Movement Screen Certified-Functional Movement Systems (FMS)
Licensed Massage Therapist-State of Massachusetts
National Certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)
USA Hockey CEP Level 4
Functional Movement Training Basic and Performance Certified
Amy Blood comes to WIMB with a passion to help others. This passion started early in her life and has helped shape her career as a massage therapist. Whether she is helping an athlete perform at his/her best, assisting another recover from an injury, or just helping someone get through the day pain-free, Amy always loves seeing people make progress.
Amy continually strives to be sensitive to her client's particular needs. She believes that the key to being an effective massage therapist is to find the root of the problem in the body as well as the root of the problem in one's daily routine. She has massaged people from all walks of life, from athletes such as rowers, runners, weight lifters, to desk job workers and musicians.
Amy studied massage at the Salter School and graduated in 2015. While she always knew massage was the right fit for her, she fell in love with her career choice after a school sponsored trip to treat runners prior to the Boston Marathon. After this experience, Amy knew she wanted to continue working with runners and specialize in deep tissue manipulation and sports focus massage.
Simon Jones has been a competitive fencer for twelve years, competing all over the US, and is no stranger to working with athletes of all types. His massage style is slow, thorough, and effective, taking inspiration from several different massage modalities. Each client brings their own puzzle, some complex, some straightforward, and he looks forward to meeting them and helping them unravel it.
Simon is originally from Colorado, and moved to the east coast seven years ago. He graduated from Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in Worcester. He has been mentored by several massage therapists to help refine his perception and technique. One of those therapists was his father, who has been giving him massages since he was little, and partially inspired him to join the profession. If he could make it so, we would all grow up getting massages when our bodies hurt.
Margot Sigur graduated from the Cortiva Institute in 2013 with the desire to help people overcome pain and achieve balance in their bodies. She works with clients to tailor treatments to their specific needs and discover the underlying causes of their discomfort. She specializes in focused deep tissue and neuromuscular massage, and while she enjoys working with all clients, she has a particular affinity for neck, jaw, and rotator cuff treatment, as well as prenatal work.
Margot has additional certification in Thai neuromuscular therapy, and is currently pursuing further training in prenatal massage. She is also a Certified Educator of Infant Massage (CEIM), teaching parents how to massage their babies to promote healthy digestion, improve sleep, assist in development of motor skills, and strengthen the bond between parents and their babies.
When she's not massaging, Margot spends her time kayaking on the Charles, working as a glassblowing assistant, and consulting on curriculum and workshop development for the Moms as Mentors Project.
Amy Duverger started Restore Total Body with the goal to help clients reach their full potential. As a runner and athlete, Amy was always captivated by the mentality that inspired people to perform at their very best. This has motivated her to seek out the latest in treatments and therapy techniques, always ensuring that her clients are receiving the gold standard in massage therapy.
Amy grew up in Pembroke and went to the University of Massachusetts, Boston. After college, Amy moved to Arizona to work for the YMCA as a Youth and Sports Director. During her time there she studied to become a Certified Personal Trainer and soon after followed that with a certificate from the Arizona School of Massage Therapy in 2004. She returned to Boston in 2006.
After spending a few years at Boston Bodyworker, specializing in injury prevention, Myoskeletal Alignment Technique ® and pre/post sports massage, she ventured out to start Restore Total Body. As part of a network of therapists and other treatment providers, Amy continues to provide her clients with exceptional experiences and results.
Please consult Amy's website to learn more about her practice and schedule an appointment.,