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Therapeutic Massage is not a “one massage fits all” type of professional service. Everyone is different - different body type, different pain, different profession, and different methods of handling stress. At Therapeutic Connections, each person has a consultation about their health history and complaints. The type of service is determined from this information alone with the massage therapist’s observation. Your massage is customized for you.

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Your Massage Therapy Solution

We offer various types of massage for relaxation, pain management, stress relief, athletes, and more. Read about our different types of massages here.
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"My interest in massage therapy is more than just a job. It is my life, passion, and love as well as a gift I am blessed with."

NeKeitra Patterson LMT #2612
Asia Bass LMT #2602
LaTrisha Dumas LMT #838
Asia Bass, La'Trisha Dumas, NeKeitra Patterson
Asia Bass, La'Trisha Dumas, NeKeitra Patterson
NeKeitra Patterson, Asia Bass, La'Trisha Dumas

Asia Bass LMT #2602

Licensed Massage Therapist

Asia Bass is 27 years old and has been a LMT for a year now. Asia graduated from JSU with a BS of Science with a concentration in Physical Therapy. She initially wanted to be a PT. Upon completing her clinicals and applying for PT school, she was put on a waiting list to get in. While working full time at CSpire for 3 years, she decided to go to Massage Therapy school to get more hands on training. Asia didn’t realize that so much more came with MT other than massaging the body. She realized she had found her passion and could do the same things as a PT without paying more money for school and quitting her FT job. Asia is well rounded in Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, ear candling and chair massage. She is now in the process of getting certified in reflexology. Her game plan is to be certified in lymphatic drainage, Reiki, myofascial release, and cranio sacral therapy.

La'Trisha Dumas LMT #838

Owner of Therapeutic Connections

Licensed Massage Therapist, Event Coordinator, & Consultant

A native of the Lambert, MS, La'Trisha Dumas, moved to Jackson in 1994, where she received her BBA in Marketing from Jackson State University. In 2003, she enrolled at the Mississippi School of Therapeutic Massage. After graduating, she received her National Massage & Body Work Certification and joined AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association).

La'Trisha worked as a massage therapy instructor for Antonelli College and Healing Touch College for 3 years. She launched Therapeutic Connections in 2009. In addition to practicing licensed massage therapy, she also continues to work as a liaison for massage education programs and their students.

NeKeitra Patterson LMT #2612

Licensed Massage Therapist

I am originally from Canton, Ms, I am a graduate of Callaway High School. I attended the Institute Of Health and Technology pursing my massage therapist education. I have a passion for helping people. I love it. And I love it because it works, because it moves me. When I get a good massage, I am a changed person. I get off the table and float on a cloud for days. It wakes me up at the same time that I sleep better. It’s like someone focused the world and made the colors brighter. Massage therapy helped me to really believe in natural healing methods, relieving anxiety, depression, gave me a sense of calamity and relaxation. To have the gift of giving someone else the same feeling is beyond amazing.

What Are The Benefits of Massage Therapy?

Stimulates the flow of lymph, the body’s natural defense system against toxic invaders.

Relieves migraine pain and decreases the need for medication

Used in chronic illnesses, injuries, and recovery from surgery to control and relieve pain

Increases the cells that fights cancer

Reduces recovery time

Helps athletes prepare for strenuous workouts at any level and eliminates subsequent pain

Increases blood circulation and stimulates the lymph system that improves the condition of the body’s largest organ – the skin

Reduces spasms and cramping

Reduces post-surgery adhesions and edema and can be used to reduce and realign scar tissue after healing has occurred

Reduces blood pressure

Improves range-of-motion, improves posture, and decreases discomfort for patients with low back pain

Releases endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller

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