Becca Paulsen

  • NE License #: 3086
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Be well with Becca

Helping others gives me such joy!

The most rewarding thing about massage is having a client come back and be ecstatic about how great they are feeling!

Thanks for checking out The Well Haus. I'm Becca Paulsen, your massage therapist, and my goal is to teach you and the surrounding communities about massage therapy benefits and have people start thinking of massage as a health necessity instead of a fancy luxury.

My path to becoming a massage therapist was a bit longer than most as I...

Helping others gives me such joy!

The most rewarding thing about massage is having a client come back and be ecstatic about how great they are feeling!

Thanks for checking out The Well Haus. I'm Becca Paulsen, your massage therapist, and my goal is to teach you and the surrounding communities about massage therapy benefits and have people start thinking of massage as a health necessity instead of a fancy luxury.

My path to becoming a massage therapist was a bit longer than most as I kind of stumbled into the massage field. After trying 4 different majors my first two years of college I ended up settling on dance as my major. I knew living in Nebraska that dance wouldn't get me where I wanted to be and felt like I was still missing the fulfillment of being in the medical field. After looking around and finding that there was a massage school in Omaha and that it was only a year long I thought what the heck it's worth a shot. It was the best decision I could have made because I fell in love with the massage world.

The most exciting thing about starting my own massage therapy career is the fact that I can run my business however I like. If I feel a client needs 10 more minutes I can give that to them. It's also extremely exciting when clients reschedule. It tells me as a therapist that the client is enjoying my massage and that I am truly making a difference in their personal health.

I'm constantly looking to improve my skillset and techniques. I continue to take classes that will not only benefit the community, but will also add to the services I provide. For example pre/post natal, lymphatic drainage/facilitation, and trigger point therapy are 3 types of therapy I'll be learning throughout the year.


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Where I Work
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Sara Weber LMT

Licenses
Massage

NE # 3086

REVIEWS for my Reflexology, Aromatherapy, or Bodywork services

by Tara on Aug 18
She listened about my problem areas and did a great job of working on them.
by Anonymous on Jul 14
Always friendly and focused on my concerns. I look forward to my appointments at the Well Haus!
by Jennie on Jul 07
Kind and professional!
by Anonymous on Jul 04
Becca did a super thorough job massaging every area I have had issues with. I highly recommend her!!
by Theresa on Jul 02
Simply put, Becca is AMAZING!!!!! ❤️
by John on Jun 24
Totally professional and very calming.
by Anonymous on Apr 23
She makes you feel comfortable and is very easy to work with! Becca allows you to relax and truly enjoy your massage.
by Brenna on Apr 13
Becca was very professional and I enjoyed her transition techniques and pressure. It was the most relaxing massage I've had in a long time.
by Anonymous on Mar 09
Becca is always thoughtful of what her client needs and adjusts the amount of pressure during the massage to what the client wants. I highly recommend her services. Since my last massage I am feeling so much better and sleeping more soundly.
by Anonymous on Feb 28

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Reflexology

  • Reflexology + Reiki
  • Other

Aromatherapy

  • Aroma Touch

Bodywork & Massage

  • Cupping Methods
  • Deep Tissue
  • Meridian Massage
  • Therapeutic Touch
  • Reiki + Massage
  • Mobile Chair Massage

Spa

  • Sauna
  • Ion Foot Detox

Yoga

  • Other

Wellness

  • Gift Certificate

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