a wellness center
Due to COVID 19 and CDC guidelines
We remain temporarily closed to the public until further notice.
Appointments for therapeutic massage and specialty therapy sessions
are on paused.
our yoga and qi gong classes are now online.
Complimentary Online Qi gong
and Thriving During Uncertainty classes
available through April!
Please feel free to call or email us with any questions.
Gift Certificates are still available!
Buy one for yourself. Invest in your wellness future!
We look forward to seeing you sooner rather than later.
Be safe and stay well!!
Thanks for stopping by! Massage Associates of Atlanta has served the Atlanta community in the art of wellness, including relaxation, pain relief, injury rehab and stress reduction for the last 20+ years. We want you to feel your best all the times as you are dealing with life's stresses.
We don't rest until your good is feeling better, and your better feeling best!
Our licensed massage therapists and wellness professionals would love to meet you and will work with you to identify your unique wellness needs and goals. So please contact us today to design your individualized session plan specific to your wellness needs.
Monday -Friday 10am - 7pm, Saturday 10am - 2pm
Appointment availability is typically within 24 - 48 hours, on a first call, first served basis. Same day appointments may be available, though are more difficult to accommodate.
Call our office (770) 493-8181. If calling after hours or if we are session, please leave a voice mail message with your desired appointment day and time.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your appointment time to fill out a new client intake form.
Late arrivals will receive the time remaining in the reserved appointment. The client will be responsible for the full fee of the reserved appointment.
24 hour notice is required for appointment cancellations to allow other clients in need, the opportunity to receive care. We reserve the right to charge a full session fee for cancellations without 24-hour notice.
"Now I can say 'it is well'
with my soul and my body."
— Luther E. Smith, Professor & Clergy Emory University