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Massage Therapy Rebecca Wiener

Rebecca W.  is a Medical Massage Practitioner, Massage Therapy Instructor, and Continuing Education Unit Provider. Her focus is on Medical Massage and CranioSacral Therapies.  The majority of her practice consists of stress management and reduction of inflammation on the body system.  Each of her sessions is unique and tailored to your individual needs using a combination of methods.  A priority in her practice is to bring the quality of life back to individuals with Central Nervous Disorder.  Rebecca has years of experience working with individuals with Lou Gehrig's disease,  Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Lupus, Bell's Palsy  Epilepsy, Lymphedema, and  Lipedema. She believes in continuing her education and sharing her knowledge with others. 


1997  Jefferson International, Guayaquil Ecuador Business Administration

2006 Texas Massage Institute       2009 KeKino Massage Academy & Institute of Healing        2010 Sterling Health Center

2013 Certified Medical Massage Practitioner Pura Vida Costa Rica

Upledger Institute -  CranioSacral Therapy I & II, SomatoEmotional Release I & II

Academy of Lymphatic Studies - Complete decongestive manual lymphatic drainage therapy & bandaging,

Eric Dalton - Myoskeletal alignment techniques. 

Dr. Dan Herlihy - Osteopathic assessment, CranioSacral Therapy, Ligament articular strain.  Techniques by Sutherland D.O

Jerome Kennedy - Sports Massage Therapy,   Myofascial Release Techniques, Neuromuscular Techniques by Chaitow  ND, DO

LMT114433 MTI MI2764

Sheri S. MT033088 has been practicing clinical massage therapy in a medical setting for over 10 years.  She has worked extensively with chiropractors, physicians, physical therapists, and surgical centers. 

She has been nominated numerous times to the "Who's Who of Massage Therapist in Dallas Metroplex" and was voted "Best Massage Therapist" in Plano and Frisco by the Style and Living Magazines for several years.  

Sheri specializes in pain management addressing 

  • Low back pain such as sciatica issues

  • Scoliosis

  • Pregnancy lumbar issues

  • Scar tissue recovery

  • Manual lymphatic drainage 

  • Migraines 

Edin Demirov is a Medical Massage Practitioner & Massage Therapy Instructor joining the team with Massage District. He has been a practicing therapist for over 10 years in Dallas, graduating from Parker University. As a Massage Instructor, he has also guided therapists all over the DFW region training them in various modalities.  He has worked in various spa settings as well as with various doctors,  chiropractors, nurse practitioners, and physical therapists throughout his career; winning multiple awards in massage therapy.  He proudly partners with the American Massage Therapy Association and the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals organizations.  He believes in custom sessions tailored towards specific needs of individuals and his education includes the following: 

Therapeutic & Deep Tissue Massage Techniques

  • Transverse Friction Therapy

  • Neuromuscular Therapy & Trigger-Point Therapy

  • Myofascia Release Techniques

  • Muscle Energy Techniques

  • Pre & Post Natal Massage

  • Synergy Stone Therapy

  • Bamboo Fusion Techniques

  • Sports Massage Therapy Techniques

Medical Massage

  • Orthopedic Massage Techniques

  • Postural assessment & Movement analysis  

  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

  • Oncology Massage

  • Post Surgery Scarring & Rehabilitation

  • Dynamic Cupping Therapy

  • Acute Injury Rehab


Basu Sharma, MT046871 is a Medical Massage Provider and Sound Healer.  He received classic Kundalini Sound Healing Training from Kathmandu, Nepal.  He received a regional therapist of the year award in 2018 from Massage Envy.  He strives to achieve a balance of mind and body connection for his clients by applying therapeutic touch and sound waves to address stress in the muscular system.  He uses vibrational instruments (Tibetan singing bowl, tuning forks and gong) to aid in COVID Fatigue, PTSD, and other alignments associated with stress

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