Relax Mind & Body Massage (Photo provided by Sharon Ingrum)

Relax Mind & Body Massage (Photo provided by Sharon Ingrum)

Knead Relief? Discover Snohomish County’s Top Massage Clinic

The results are in. This spot was voted best massage by 400 Herald readers.

Every year The Daily Herald takes nominations and lets readers vote for the Best of Snohomish County Awards. This year, 80,000 votes were cast. There are dozens of categories, but here are the 2023 top choices for best massage:

First Place: Relax Mind & Body Massage in Arlington

The medical massage clinic at 3710 168th St. NE, Suite B102, has provided therapeutic and injury massage since 2002. The clinic offers a variety of massage techniques, including Swedish relaxation, deep tissue, hot stone, pregnancy, and craniosacral. Services are tailored to individual needs.

Relax Mind & Body Massage also provides personalized treatments for those recovering from automobile accidents or workplace injuries. Preauthorization and a doctor’s referral are required for PIP and L&I claims.

Owner Shannon Ingrum, with over 20 years of experience, specializes in craniosacral massage and Bowenwork. Over the past five years, Relax Mind & Body Massage has expanded from a single therapist to a team of 11 therapists and one acupuncturist, increasing from two treatment rooms to six.

Their mission statement reads, “We believe that caring for your body is not a luxury, but a necessity.”

Second Place: Lake Stevens Massage Therapy in Lake Stevens, Mill Creek

Third Place: Lawrence R. Amburgy, LMT in Mukilteo

Additional Nominations: Cinnamon & Sugar Me in Snohomish, T Spa in Tulalip, Arlington Chiropractic & Wellness in Arlington, Anisoptera Spa in Everett

All of The Herald’s Best Of Snohomish County category winners can be found here.

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