Javona Burton

The therapeutic touch your muscles need.

Javona M. Burton completed training at Memorial Hermann Massage and Spa Therapy School in 2009. She is currently attending Alvin Community College to obtain her Associates of General Studies, then transferring to Texas State University for her Bachelors of Business Management. When she is not massaging she enjoys reading, running, and participating in pilates.

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Where I Work
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

TX # MT115592


Memorial Hermann Massage & Spa Therapy School

Massage Therapy


Alvin Community College

Business Administration

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Shahid on Jul 16
Good value for money
by Alicia on Jul 12
Very sweet and calming voice. Asked questions about pressure and comfortableness. Will definitely be back.
by Anonymous on Jul 11
Very Professional and Excellent with her Profession. Repeat-Absolutely!
by Anonymous on Jul 07
Very Professional and Excellent with her Profession. Repeat-Absolutely!
by Anonymous on Jul 07
Very personalable and professional. Thanks for addressing my issues.
by Anonymous on Jun 27
Very happy and the massage has helped my back problems.
by Rahul on Jun 25
Javona is excellent with her hands. She is extremely receptive to your needs and requests apart from being very professional and polite. Highly recommend!
by Courteney on Jun 15
Javona is an amazing massage therapist! She was thorough in asking what I needed and wanted to focus on and would check throughout the massage that everything was okay without being intrusive. I am looking forward to my next appointment!
by Brittanie on Jun 15
I enjoyed every bit of my massage!!
by Sylvia on Jun 15
Liked the use of pressure point manipulation on head

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Swedish Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Mobile Swedish Massage
  • Deep Tissue

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