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Laurel has been a Massage Therapist since 2013 when she graduated from KeKino Massage Academy. She has worked in a Chiropractic office for 6 years. She loves working on specific problem zones, and believes everyone deserves a massage. She has donated her time for cycling and running events. Laurel believes in education and has taken classes in specific problem areas, like shoulder and hip, as well as training in RockTape and other specialized techniques.  In her down time, she chases around a toddler and likes coffee.

Laurel, Massage Therapist


Rosie has been a massage therapist since 2018. She appreciates the opportunity to have a hands on contribution in the wellness journey of others. She connects with clients by listening to what their objectives are; this helps her stay motivated and focused. Rosie enjoys working on athletes, moms-to-be, and has experience working with chiropractic clients suffering from acute and chronic pain. She likes staying active and participating in outdoor activities.

Rosie, Massage Therapist

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Erin began her massage career in 2007 and has been a full-time massage therapist for 13 years. She has worked with chiropractors, in spas, and with professional sports teams. In 2011 she went out on her own as Massage By Erin in Plano, TX. Seven years later, she expanded, moved to Frisco and changed her business name to The Massage Connection. 

Erin, Owner 

At The Massage Connection, all of our therapists are trained in the basics: Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point, sports massage and prenatal massage. This is how we're able to tailor each session to fit each client (and why we don't bother with a confusing menu). Some therapists have taken special certification courses in these techniques - such as prenatal massage or sports massage - in order to learn more in depth practices. Others have certifications in modalities that aren't always offered in school - such as lymphatic drainage. We try to make it as simple as possible for you to choose the right massage therapist for your session.

Our therapists are professional, talented, experienced, and just fun to be around! They have all met and exceeded the minimum standards for massage therapy licenses and continuing education. In the state of Texas, a massage therapy student is required to pass a criminal history background check, including fingerprinting, in addition to completing a (minimum) 500 hour massage therapy program and state licensing test. Massage therapists in Texas must also complete 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years. The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) is our governing body. If you have any questions or concerns, click here to learn more!

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