Mellisa Rupp

Intervention + innovation = Change

Mellisa started her career in massage in 1997. She studied at MTTI and Midwest Institute of Body Somatic Therapy. In 2001 she grandfathered into the Missouri Massage Therapy Laws, receiving her liscense. In 2012 she passed the MBLEx. A set of boards that were designed for new and current practioners in the massage therapy field.
 Throughout her career, she has practiced in many settings, private offices, chiropractors, and spas. She traveled with K-State's track team for several year...

Mellisa started her career in massage in 1997. She studied at MTTI and Midwest Institute of Body Somatic Therapy. In 2001 she grandfathered into the Missouri Massage Therapy Laws, receiving her liscense. In 2012 she passed the MBLEx. A set of boards that were designed for new and current practioners in the massage therapy field.
 Throughout her career, she has practiced in many settings, private offices, chiropractors, and spas. She traveled with K-State's track team for several years and was on the Missouri Sports massage team. She was the past president and vice-president of NATB, a group of like minded practioners that gathered to exchange ideas. She does not have one method of training, but an eclectic education that is constantly evolving.
 She believes that getting caught up in one technique may not fit all. Listening to what her clients needs are is an important part of the healing and growing journey. It is important that manipulating the facsia is the only way that a sturctural difference can take place. Teaching clients self care techniques is an important part of what she stands for.
"I don't want to see clients with the same issue over and over again.
I want to have a constructive session with them and then for them to take their health and wellbeing into their own hands; take ownership. For them to do the work and make the changes."
 There are times when a full body is necessary to allow the client to understand where they are in their body and then there are sessions where you need to focus on an area. Massage should be a part of the health and wellness journey. When you have addressed what issues that one has in their tissues, you then can beging a regimen of massage for wellness vs getting out of pain. An active massage is far more effective than a passive massage.

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Where I Work
Available Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Massage

MO # 2001015061

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Larry on Mar 18
Extremely relaxing. Mellisa does a great job.
by Anonymous on Mar 15
The experience was tailored to my needs and very restorative and helpful!
by Tonya on Mar 11
Felt so much better just getting up from the table! Thank you so much!
by Meghan on Jan 23
Mellisa was so wonderful to work with! I look forward to going back soon. My shoulders have been given new life! Thank you, Mellisa!!
by Connie on Dec 20
Was wonderful, relaxing - feeling great today????
by Jenna on Dec 20
Very relaxing and she always makes sure you are comfortable 100% of the time. Would definitely get another massage with Mellisa!
by Sarah on Nov 07
Amazing experience. I can't wait to schedule my next session.
by Jeanie on Nov 04
Highly recommend this blend of therapeutic/relaxing treatment.
by Kelly on Nov 03
Mellisa is very skilled, personable, and employs some great techniques I had never experienced before. Will definitely return!
by Anonymous on Oct 16
Never had cupping done before and I really liked it.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Chair Massage
  • Other
  • Deep Tissue
  • Myofascial Release
  • Swedish Massage
  • Mobile Chair Massage

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