Danielle Beaudry-Beckstrom

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  • BCTMB, # 575392-09
  • Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, # Level: Certified (ACMT) 1063837


  • Institut Kiné-Concept


Bodywork & Massage

  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Deep Tissue
  • Ayurvedic Massage
  • Kinetic Swedish®
  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Danielle Beaudry-Beckstrom

Helping you feel better


My mission is to provide you with professional massage therapy and bodywork. I use an efficient approach and a structured touch to contribute to your overall health and leave you in a state of well-being.

Most people lead a daily life typically filled with work, obligations and activities that require their attention. At Danielle Beckstrom Massage Therapy's office, I aim to give you that much-needed chance to step back a moment from your busy life. ... more

Where I Work

Danielle Beckstrom Massage Therapy  

Chief Plaza • 1510 Bemidji Avenue North, Bemidji, MN 56601 Map it


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BCTMB, # 575392-09
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, # Level: Certified (ACMT) 1063837



Institut Kiné-Concept
Kinetic Swedish, Lymphatic Drainage


Notable Experiences

Experienced Massage Therapist
My journey in massage therapy started in Canada in 1996 and I graduated in 1998. Since then, I have been taking a great number of continuing education classes in Canada and the United States. I am currently finishing a certification in orthopedic massage under Whitney Lowe's program. I am a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP). I have worked in Minnesota and for the past 9 years, in Alaska. I was elected to the Board of Directors with the American Massage Therapy Association (Alaska chapter) in 2009 and was promoted 3rd Vice-President in October 2010, working as Alaska state licensure advocate. I served on the board until 2013. I am very passionate about my work and my profession and work very hard to give the best care possible. I believe a solid knowledge about the human body is a must in our field but it goes far beyond the science. What makes a good massage therapist is also the ability to listen to the client and what his/her body says, the intention to help and the mastery to follow through. The knowledge goes with the mindfullness and one doesn't go without the other. Yours in health, Danielle