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By: Cindy K.
Massage Envy - Tyler
I gave a gift package as a birthday gift and it was totally disappointing. Not even close to the hour massage I paid for and they badgered my 84 year old mother for additional gratuities even though they assured me it was included in the package. Wouldn't go back if it were free . Not a single star from me!
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By: Yasmine H.
Stone School of Massage
I disagree with the negative comments that have been posted on various sites about Stone School of Massage. I would highly recommend this school to anybody who wants to study massage therapy. I would also recommend this business if you want to receive an incredible massage. I was a student there, and I wanted to wait until I completed the whole process so that I could write a complete and informed review. I went to school for a year and was taught by Ms. Abby, and completed the internship working with Mr. Stone. I have personally witnessed the way they try to accommodate all of their customers and the lengths they will go to so that every customer is taken care of. If there was an instance where a customer was asked not to return, I have to believe that every effort was made to accommodate them first. Additionally, name calling over the internet by an adult makes me question the validity of the negative review. As a business owner, you have to draw the line somewhere. From my experience, Mr. Stone was nothing but professional and made it his business to be as clear as possible when relaying any information. As for Ms. Abby, she is one of the best teachers I have ever had. She does have strict rules, but for every rule there is a reason it was made. For this type of education, she has to keep strict rules to ensure the safety of all her students and give them the education they deserve and paid for. This is also an adult education class which means students are expected to conduct themselves as responsible adults. If you want to get into this field and plan on doing the bare minimum while having everything handed to you, don’t waste your time or money. This is one of the best classes I have ever taken, but this class is not easy. It requires hard work, and you have to be dedicated to doing the work if you want to succeed. She is not going to show you how to just rub lotion on someone and have you memorize some definitions. She is going to teach you how the body works so that you can give a massage that can make a difference in someone’s life, as well as prepare you for the business side of this career. Ms. Abby will go above and beyond to help any student, and she genuinely cares about everyone’s success. However, the bottom line is you will get out of this class whatever you put into it.
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By: Shelia W.
Stone School of Massage
I am a student and I am very glad I chose Stone School of Massage . I have found the Stones up be very fair . This is not a goof off school , they hold your education as their top priority . She expects you to do what you are supposed to do ( as she should ) . If she sees you trying she will go well past her line of duty up help you . She is a awesome instructor .
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By: Tammy W.
Larry D. Skylar MMP
I received an awesome massage by Larry Skylar. It was by far the best massage I'd ever gotten. He worked on all the areas that had severe knots and tightness in the muscles. If you're looking for more that a typical back rub, I highly recommend letting Larry help you with all your issues!
By: Pure R.
Pure Relaxation
Swedish, Deep Tissue,Pregnancy, Hot Stone
By: Jessica W.
Sheila Wilcox, Licensed Massage Therapist
I always overdo it when working out, so my muscles get too sore. Sheila really helps me feel better. I usually get a Deep Tissue massage from her, but I've also had Swedish massage . They are both amazing!
By: heatherlspann
Stone School of Massage
I attended school here in 2013 day class and it was by far the best thing I ever did. Abby Stone was and exceptional teacher. The Stone's run a very structured school and the things that I learned while in school go well beyond massage therapy... I would recommend Stone School of Massage to anyone looking at becoming a therapist or looking to take continuing education classes.
By: Madelyn C.
Massage by Madelyn @ Salon Boutique, Suite 51
Phone No. Is (903) 530-3302
By: ellie.greene.31
Massage by Madelyn @ Salon Boutique, Suite 51
have such a wonderful experience definitely left feeling much more relaxed
By: Scott L.
Massage by Madelyn @ Salon Boutique, Suite 51
Wonderful service, from a great person. Your back will say thank you!
Tips & Advices
At the first appointment with a physical therapist, Expect an overall assessment of your condition, which may include exercises to understand your range of motion, balance, and strength. Based on that information, the therapist can then design a regimen.
Physical therapists can work in a variety of environments. While many choose to work in a physical therapy clinic, others will operate out of hospitals and are also able to make house calls to help patients who need in-home assistance and rehabilitation.
Physical therapists can specialize in sports medicine, women's health, geriatric, neurologic, orthopedic​, pediatric, and cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions, among others.
See a physical therapist following a serious muscle or bone injury, especially if pain doesn't go away within a few days, is recurring and dull, or is frequent and sharp. Book an appointment if medication is not helping or if your doctor recommends it.
The majority of health insurance plans do include physical therapy treatment, but the amount covered and the co-pay for patients varies person-to-person. Medicare and workers’ compensation both cover physical therapy.

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