Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Our massage therapists are fully licensed! We can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and stress, while also assisting in increasing flexibility, muscle tone, range of motion, etc. All massages are customized for each unique clients’ needs. If you’re looking for an amazing healing journey focusing on Massage Therapy near you contact Altruistic Today! We are near Fenton, Davison, Waterford and White Lake Mi. Massage therapy is a proven and effective way to lower stress, help your body heal and create a little relaxation in your life.

Our massage therapy services are specially tailored to individuals with the following concerns:

Catastrophic Injuries • Spinal Cord Injuries • Motor Vehicle Accidents • Worker’s Compensation • Traumatic Brain Injury • Scar Tissue Management • Pain Management • PTSD Management • Post-Op Recovery • Lymphatic Drainage

Single Massage Therapy Sessions

Please note: a $4 service charge is added to each massage upon checkout. There is a $50 fee for no-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours before your appointment.

Massage Therapy Memberships

Please note: a $4 service charge is added to each massage upon checkout. There is a $50 fee for no-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours before your appointment.

Available Session Enhancers

Session enhancers for massage therapy encompass a range of techniques, such as deep tissue, reflexology, and craniosacral, which can be employed to enhance the therapeutic benefits and cater to specific client needs during a massage session.

Deep Tissue Add-On

Deep Tissue


Reflexology Add-On


Craniosacral Add-On


Massage Therapy

Special Discount

For the Hardest Working Professionals in Our Community!

Are you a First Responder, Teacher, Attorney, or Doctor, in need of a little massage TLC? Get in touch with us and we’ll give you a coupon for $15 off a massage!

Why Our  Massage Therapists Are Different

Our massages are outcome-based. In addition to stress relief and relaxation massages, our therapeutic medical massage focuses on a medical issue if needed. Our techniques are specialized when compared to general massage (commonly offered throughout the community). Spa massage and medical massage may feel similar, but their techniques differ greatly and our therapists are trained to give both. Our therapists will use a broader set of therapies for muscle health and recovery that include specific follow-up recommendations. Our therapist will provide a targeted plan for treatment while also focusing on mental and psychological wellness.

Our Massage Therapists are specially trained and customize your massage to aide in the following:

  • Releasing sore and tight muscles that can cause a lack of blood supply to soft tissues and hypersensitivity to touch; known as Ischemia
  • Pain management
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Relieving nerve entrapment and compression
  • Deactivating Myofascial trigger points
  • Decreasing pain and inflammation
  • Improving circulation and alleviating stress
  • Aiding digestion
  • Improving flexibility and range of motion
  • Calming the nervous system
  • Improving coordination and posture
  • Helping prevent future chronic pain conditions
  • Treat other health concerns
  • Scar tissue management
  • PTSD management
  • Post Op recovery
  • Lymphatic Drainage
Medical massage has been shown to be highly effective at reducing cases of future chronic pain conditions by dealing with the root of the problem. Studies have shown that over 80% of pain in chronic conditions is a result of soft tissue injuries; of which 74% is directly related to trigger points. Massage can help an individual with their pain management resulting in less time away from work and reducing the need for taking dangerous pain relievers which can have long term side effects and be costly. Altruistics is conveniently located near you! Call us today at 810-886-1028 or visit us in person at 124 S State Rd, Davison, MI 48423. Located in Davison, MI, we service clients all over, from Fenton to Waterford and beyond.
Massage Therapy Gift Certificates

How can Massage Therapy help you?

Each massage can be done by itself or combined into one session. Massage will make you feel relaxed as it releases endorphins. There are many benefits from massage such as pain relief, headache relief, anxiety reduction, and increased blood circulation. It can also help you have better sleep, flexibility, muscle tone, and more.

Whether you or a loved one suffer from vertigo, brain injury, balance issues, adrenal issues, or spinal cord injury, massage may help more than you think. Massage helps with pain, circulation, wound healing, depression, and anxiety.

Massage also helps with dizziness and vertigo by releasing stress, tension, and compression in the muscle. It can help to relieve neck pain, stiffness, ear pain, tinnitus, and headache, all of which add to vertigo.

Types of Massages


Relaxes the muscles with the gentle gliding strokes that have the ability to flush out all of the metabolic waste from the muscles. This will help you to heal faster. This is a relaxing massage ideal for anyone or the first timer. The touch of the skin also helps to relax the person and to clear their mind of anything that might be bothering them. Therapists suggest a relaxation massage to anyone who is feeling run down and on the brink of depression, and can help you sleep.

Cranial Massage

Massage of the head and neck. Very relaxing and rejuvenating at the same time. This massage may lift your mood and your sense of well-being. There are many muscles in your neck and head that can help relax several muscles throughout the body and spine.


Cranial sacral therapy (also known as craniosacral therapy) is a gentle, noninvasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression in those areas which alleviates stress and pain. Craniosacral therapy can help to improve the functioning of the nervous system, relieving pain and improving mobility. CST has been used to treat a variety of conditions, both physical and psychological.


This massage is very relaxing and allows the therapist the ability to access every part of the body through pressure points in the hands and feet.

Myofascial Release

Fascia is a very densely woven, covering and interpenetrating every muscle, bone, nerve, artery and vein, as well as, all of our internal organs including the heart, lungs, brain and spinal cord. It is actually one continuous structure that exists from head to toe without interruption. In this way you can begin to see that each part of the entire body is connected to every other part by the fascia, like the yarn in a sweater. When the Fascia is tight the range of motion is affected, as well as impinging on one’s overall comfort level.

Neuromuscular Stripping (Medical Massage)*

A slow controlled movement along the muscle that is tight and causing pain or restrictions, and trigger point. This massage techniques helps with pain management, flexibility, and range of motion.
* May require a prescription

Deep Tissue

Massage getting to the deeper layers muscle helping heal from chronic pain, or trauma. Also good for getting rid of scar tissue.

Have you had a car or work accident?

You may qualify for coverage of massage therapy services under your auto or workman’s comp policy.

I went to my first massage in February and I absolutely loved it! When I walked into Altruistic Therapy I got such a homey feeling, which helped me relax. As this was only the second massage I have been to in my life I didn’t really know what to expect. Jen was so nice and walked me through the entire process making sure that I was comfortable the whole time! She asked me a variety of questions to make sure that she customized the massage to fit my needs. The room was nice and warm, and had such a calming feeling to it with the fire, aromatherapy, and music. I will be returning for more massages in the future! – Abbey