Magdalena Rieder

Massage is not just a luxury. It's a way to a healthier, happier life.

I wanted to become a Massage Therapist because of how intimate of an experience it can be for both the therapist and the client. In this age of technology we are starved for pure human connection and crave authentic and present experiences. Although vital, massage is more than muscular palpation; it is an unplugging from our society which gently guides us to plug back into ourselves, our primal nature, and most effortless way of being.  

In 2018 I graduated from Eastern Michigan University wit...

I wanted to become a Massage Therapist because of how intimate of an experience it can be for both the therapist and the client. In this age of technology we are starved for pure human connection and crave authentic and present experiences. Although vital, massage is more than muscular palpation; it is an unplugging from our society which gently guides us to plug back into ourselves, our primal nature, and most effortless way of being.  

In 2018 I graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science concentrating in Political Philosophy, and in 2020 I went on to graduate from the Ann Arbor School of Massage, Herbal, and Natural Medicine. I have always felt drawn to collective healing and trauma processing and decided my most genuine expression of that interest was to become a bodyworker. I am so grateful to be on this journey with you, thank you for making your wellness a priority. 


Licenses
Education
2020

Ann Arbor School of Massage, Herbal, & Natural Medicine

Massage Therapy

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Energy Work

Reflexology

  • Accupressure