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  •   I've been to see Matt Navarrette at IMR Massage twice now (for a 60 minute and then a 90 minute session), and both visits were among the best massages I can remember. I'm a long distance runner who works at a computer all day, so both my hips & IT bands and my neck & shoulders are generally a wreck. Matt's technique for deep tissue massage is slow, methodical, and kind of miraculous. He works steadily across the problem areas and manages your time very well. Nothing felt rushed, and I left feeling more loose relaxed than I had in weeks. Cannot recommend him highly enough.

    The facility itself is nice, the front desk staff is friendly and efficient, and overall I'm incredibly happy. I just wish I actually lived in Vegas and could take advantage of their membership program. For now, I'll just have to book an appointment with Matt every time I'm in town!

    thumb Cate B.
    7/29/2019
  •   Best kept secret ! I have been here twice and always dream of coming back. I first came and got a 60 min massage added with cupping. The second time I came was a CBD massage and it honestly changed my life because I have tried cupping before and yes it does help with circulation but I have always wanted to be so relaxed that i fell asleep in a massage. I was so relaxed my arm fell off the bed. Ever since I had this massage I think about it everyday. I am pretty much on my way now to get some CBD and will be back again for more and more !!

    thumb Mary D.
    10/27/2019
  •   Well I did some research to find a local therapy type  massage and come upon this spot. They had a lot of positive reviews so decided to give them  a try.  I went through yelp and was sent to their phone bank so I called.... so as a new  person goiNg to this location be aware they will REQUIRE  YOU to give them a CREDIT CARD number over the phone to make an appointment.  I AM OUT!

    So the business owner reached out and stated the collection of a credit card "is an industry standard" for their cancelation policy. I have been to spa's and masseurs arounD the world and NEVER once have I had to book an appointment with a credit card. Good luck!

    thumb Kristen N.
    1/22/2020
  •   Let me start out by saying I have been practicing as a massage therapist for 11 years, and I have a very temperamental body that requires a thoughtful and skilled therapist.  Many times I hesitate to get worked on because while I can take deep work, my joints shift out of place easily, and I cant have certain techniques performed around specific areas. Its hard for many therapists to find a balance.  However imr has such glowing reviews and my body has been needing to get unlocked badly.  I wanted to finally try cupping because I know it can be a great way to release fascia, and this is what they specialize in.

    The space is modern and inviting. The prices are also competitive considering they have seasoned massage therapists who are trained in more advanced deep work.  Denise was my massage therapist, and her background in dance also gives her another layer of understanding in the human body. She does a very thorough intake, and listened to all my quirks.  When I let her know I could take pressure she had no problem adjusting, and I was given one of the best massages I have had in a long time. She is methodical and thoughtful in her approach and the cupping really helped release my upper carriage of my body.  I am so glad this location is down the road, and I will start getting back into receiving regular body work again.

    thumb Sasha N.
    2/12/2020
  •   I was recently in a car accident and experiencing some pain due to whiplash. I knew massage would help, so I took to Yelp to find a local therapist. IMR Massage was a top result, and I decided to book with them (despite their premium prices) based on their glowing reviews specifically for post-accident "medical" massage therapy.

    My first visit was an unmitigated disaster - easily the worst massage I have ever received! The "therapist" had a skills commensurate with what I'd expect from a random person off the street. To his credit, he interviewed me about my condition and checked in about pressure preferences, which he accommodated. However, my issue was not the pressure, but his technique. He had only a few moves in his quiver - bluntly rolling a knot in my shoulder back and forth over and over, roughly "plucking" the muscles along my spine against the grain, and rubbing open palms up and down my back. The first two moves became so painful I had to ask him to stop. He then simply rubbed up and down my back for at least 30 minutes - no kneading, no targeted pressure, nothing. I was so shocked and uncomfortable throughout the whole process, I contemplated getting up and leaving. Unfortunately I chose to stay, and ended up in more pain than when I arrived (not "good pain" from grinding things out). When the receptionist asked how my massage was, I took a deep breath and shared that it was a surprisingly painful, disappointing experience. She was very apologetic and offered me a comped session if I would come back for another try, which I accepted.

    My second visit was a few days later - and it was great! Michael was my therapist this time around, and he was careful to ask lots of questions, start off slow and gentle, and check in with me throughout the massage. The massage itself was a night-and-day improvement over the first. Michael used several effective techniques that demonstrated his skill as a trained, professional massage therapist. In the end, I felt quite a bit of relief!

    I am very grateful for the excellent customer service. IMR took me seriously, and made sure I got what I was looking for. Crap happens - not every service encounter is going to be excellent - but IMR showed their integrity in their desire to make things right.

    Would I go back? Yes! Would I recommend IMR? Yes, with one caveat - know your therapist.

    thumb Sarah P.
    2/13/2020