Nathalie Ho

  • TX License #: 125939
  • 69

Certified Medical Massage Practitioner

      Nathalie is a Certified Medical Massage Practitioner native to Houston. She attended Texas Woman's University (2002-2006) where she studied Biology and Chemistry minoring in English and Spanish. Nathalie won an automatic acceptance into medical school as part of the Joint Admission Medical Student scholarship where she interned at UT Health Science Medical Center while attending seminars at Rice University, followed by an internship with Texas A&M Medical School and UT Southwestern Medi...

      Nathalie is a Certified Medical Massage Practitioner native to Houston. She attended Texas Woman's University (2002-2006) where she studied Biology and Chemistry minoring in English and Spanish. Nathalie won an automatic acceptance into medical school as part of the Joint Admission Medical Student scholarship where she interned at UT Health Science Medical Center while attending seminars at Rice University, followed by an internship with Texas A&M Medical School and UT Southwestern Medical School.



Nathalie's desire to integrate better living through science with holistic health practices of massage led her to Parker University where she's since had opportunities to work on NHL and MLB athletes. 


She passionately believes that life isn't just about living longer but about extending healthspan to live well and utilizes effective massage techniques to help clients achieve their physical and health goals. Each sessions are tailored with consistency in care in mind. 

Specialties include:
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Medical Massage
  • Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Eastern Modalities
  • Sports /Fitness Massage
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Reflexology
  • Massage cupping
  • Aromatherapy Massage
  • Hydrotherapy in Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Prenatal Massage

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

TX # 125939

Education
2006

Texas Woman's University

Biology/Chemistry

2016

Parker School of Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy Certification

2016

Parker University

Associate's Degree

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Anonymous on Apr 11
by Tracy on Mar 10
Everything.
by Anonymous on Mar 08
Nathalie was very detailed in explaining everything she was doing and why, and was very helpful in listening to my past medical issues and suggesting courses of action to correct them. She is incredibly knowledgeable and professional. Highly recommend!
by Rehab on Mar 08
Nathalie know what she is doing, it’s not a normal massage it’s an outstanding focusing on the knots and even giving advises on how to maintain your body.
by Anonymous on Feb 05
Very knowledgeable and skilled clinical massage therapist
by Amy on Jan 27
Nathalie is amazing at her profession! She is highly knowledgeable and knows exactly how to treat my areas of stress and tension in my back and neck. So happy I found her!
by Diana on Jan 22
Very comforting and notice I was I in pain by the way I was walking.
by Ana on Dec 03
She is willing to provide some suggestions for us to try at home.
by Lee on Nov 17
She was able to assess my stress ooints by just looking at me.
by Tony on Nov 02
Nathalie is a talented massage therapist and is very effective, but the excessive amount of unsolicited advice she gave was off-putting and bizarre. She clearly has strong opinions on alternative therapies, and she shares these as if they are obvious and proven. Examples follow: 1) I shouldn't wear sunglasses because it keeps me from getting positive effects from the sun 2) I should use infrared technology on my testicles??? 3) My rib muscles and biceps are undeveloped (I'm 200 pounds and work out 5-6 times per week) 4) I don't run with my feet in a way that allows me to get positive results for maximum dopamine (?) and physical strength 5) I should have been told to use vitamin C and collagen by the surgeon who did my shoulder surgery (would any surgeon ever suggest that???) 6) I should use acupuncture even though I don't believe in it because it is scientifically proven. 7) I am lifting the wrong way and so it's not giving me any benefit Overall it was an uncomfortable and bizarre experience, so I won't be going back and would struggle to recommend her to others. It's sad because it was an effective massage, but the conversation was just really bizarre.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Swedish Massage
  • Medical Massage
  • Deep Tissue
  • Neuromuscular Massage
  • Other