Randall Richard

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  • Massage, AZ #MT 12826


  • Arizona School of Massage Therapy: Tempe


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Randall Richard

Massaging the mind, body & soul


 A little bit about Randall, he was born in Hartford Connecticut 1968 and later moved to Arizona in 1981 with his sister Shelly. They lived on the Westside of town were he attended Maryvale High School from May 1984 to May 1987. After graduating high school Randall joined the (Navy) for 4 years and later joined the Naval Reserves August 1992.  After his service, he had a handful of jobs and people his long journey to finding his true purpose.  

Life is forever changing!  

Randall decided...


Where I Work

Randall's Massage ~ Body Holistic Wellness  

5150 N. 16th st. suite B 250, Phoenix, AZ 85016 Map it


Massage, AZ # MT 12826



Arizona School of Massage Therapy: Tempe
massage therapy


Notable Experiences

Craniosacral Therapy
is a gentle, hands-on manipulation of a physiological body system called the cranio-sacral system. This system is comprised of the soft tissue and bones of the cranium (or head), the spine and the pelvis. Massage therapists that perform cranio-sacral therapy also target the membranes and cerebrospinal fluids that surround and cushion the brain and spinal cord from injury during a therapy session. During your cranio-sacral therapy session, you will lie facing upwards on a massage table. You can opt to be fully-clothed or you can wear a gown. The massage therapist will lightly manipulate various areas of your body including your bones, skull, spine, pelvis and soft tissues to clear any blockages of cerebrospinal fluid to allow the fluid to flow more smoothly and naturally.
Deep Tissue
A slow and deep pressure massage which helps with chronic aches and pains. This style massage is often helpful to people who are in a need of relief from a hard work week or months of tension and muscle soreness.
Myofascial Release
This by far the best treatment for unwinding muscles, light to moderate traction and twisting strokes to apply the appropriate tension on the soft tissue, and to achieve a full reflex range of the muscle. This slow and subtle technique can be used to unblock fascia and muscle throughout the body restoring total physical harmony.
Russian Massage
This type of massage has 3 phases. The first is a slow gentle stage-the massage therapist provides a gentle approach to the body.Before preparing it for the deeper manipulation that is part of the next phase. Also, this phase is important for the muscles to rest and the body be placed in a great state of relaxation. The second phase involves faster, deeper, and harder movements to the body by the massage therapist. This is the part of the massage that has the most therapeutic effects. It is also the most active phase as it involves intense manipulation of the body muscles to relieve tension and pain. Finally, there is the third stage during which the therapist switches back to the gentler, slower techniques. The slow movements are used to complete the session and to promote relaxation once again. All three stages are very important for the effectiveness of the massage. If the body is not warmed-up and relaxed before the deep manipulation of the muscle tissue, it will not produce healing results as well. Just the same, if the body is not relaxed after the massage has been performed, then it won’t accept the therapy as well and may become tense or sore. The actual massage techniques used throughout the three stages include stretching, gliding, kneading, vibration, and friction. The amount of pressure applied during these techniques depends on the patient’s body state and comfort level. The application of techniques will differ from person to person and the depth of the pressure ranges from light, to medium, to deep