We provide a variety of massage techniques to help promote injury recovery, health maintenance, and stress management in a professional, soothing atmosphere.

Swedish Massage

A Swedish massage is a full body massage designed to promote general relaxation. Using long gliding strokes, the therapist will soothe your muscles and nerves, easing tension and stress. This form of massage is wonderful for increasing oxygen and reducing body toxins, while improving circulation and flexibility.

Deep Tissue Massage Therapy

This massage technique goes deeper into the muscle tissue to reduce spasms and scar tissue that often result from chronic injury or overuse. The therapist will use a combination of Swedish and deep tissue techniques to enhance circulation and bring relief to the affected areas.

Sports Massage Therapy

A therapeutic massage focusing on a specific muscle group. Depending on the needs of the athlete, a variety of techniques are used including classic Swedish strokes, cross-fiber friction, pressure-point work, and joint mobilization; stretches and heat therapy may also be used. This special form of massage is typically used before, during, and after athletic events to prepare the athlete for peak performance, or to drain away fatigue, relieve swelling, reduce muscle tension, promote flexibility and to prevent injuries.

Myofascial Release Massage

Myofascial release is an effective therapeutic approach in the relief of cervical pain, back pain, fibromyalgia, scoliosis, neurological dysfunction, decreased range of motion, chronic pain, and headaches. This massage modality stretches the fascia with gentle pressure, releasing the bonds and allowing the muscles to move more efficiently.

Injury Recovery Massage

A massage beneficial in treating sprains, tendonitis, and other soft tissue injuries. This modality can decrease excess neurological activity, thereby lessening spasms and restoring muscle tone and length to the injured area. The reduction of muscle spasms will also increase blood flow and nutrients to the area, further promoting healing. Adhesions and excess scarring after injury can limit movement and functioning. This can create muscle tightness that may cause further pain and dysfunction. Massage therapy is very effective in managing the development of scar tissue, maximizing mobility and flexibility in the injured area.

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

A comprehensive program of soft-tissue manipulation used to balance the body’s central nervous system with the musculoskeletal system. Based on neurological laws that explain how the central nervous system initiates and maintains pain, the goal is to help relieve the pain and dysfunction by understanding and alleviating the underlying cause.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage therapy can be an important part of a care program for expectant mothers with back pain, shoulder or neck pain, or fluid retention. The therapist uses special cushions to allow the client to lie on her side during the massage. A lighter Swedish massage is the perfect treatment for an expectant mother.

Lomi Lomi

Lomi Lomi is a traditional Hawaiian massage. This modality emphasizes the spirit/body connection and is characterized by its very large, broad strokes, as well as two-handed strokes that enlist the forearms and elbows. Lomi Lomi is often referred to as a Loving Hands massage.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping Therapy is often used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a highly effective healing tool. Through suction and negative pressure, massage cupping releases rigid soft tissue, drains excess fluids and toxins, loosens adhesions, and brings blood flow to stagnant skin and muscles. Our certified cupping therapists can add this treatment to any massage.

Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

A specific technique that massages the lymph nodes and lymph system using light rhythmic strokes designed to remove bacteria and toxins from the body. When lymph circulation stagnates, fluid can build up and cause physical problems, such as inflammation and edema. A characteristic of lymph system massage is that the strokes are always with the muscle fiber, rather than cross-fiber, because the lymph system runs in the direction of the muscle fiber.

Chair Massage

Provides a fully-clothed seated neck and shoulder massage. Great for those who cannot fully recline or for shorter treatment sessions.

Hot Stones Massage

Enjoy a full body massage with the addition of hot stone therapy. The smooth stones are heated and placed on specific areas of the body to enhance circulation and melt away muscle tightness and pain. The warmth allows for deeper access to the muscle without the need for additional pressure. Perfect for those prone to chills!


Reflexology is a touch modality based on the principle that there are reflex points throughout the feet, hands and outer ears which correspond to every system, organ and gland in the body. When specific thumb, finger and hand techniques are applied, nerve pathways are stimulated and cleared of congestion. The benefits of Reflexology may include stress reduction, deep relaxation, pain reduction or elimination, increased circulation, natural detoxification, accelerated self-healing, balancing of the body's systems, and an increased sense of well-being.

Aromatherapy Massage

Aromatherapy massages incorporate the use of essential oils for the purpose of improving one’s mood, cognitive function, or health. Aromatherapy may be added to any of the massage modalities.

Essential Oils: Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Lavender Highland

Essential Oil Blends: Revitalize, Headache Relief, Relaxation.

Rewards Program

Let Us Thank You!

The Massage Center of Bellevue is pleased to announce our Rewards program. We truly appreciate our clients’ confidence in us, and have designed this points program as a way to thank you for your loyalty.

You will accumulate points for:

  • referring friends and family
  • services
  • seasonal promotions
  • retail products
  • posting online reviews

How do the points work?

As this is a complimentary program, MCOB patients are automatically enrolled. Redeem your points for additional services and products. Points are tracked electronically in our database. Every 1,000 points equals $ 1.00 of MCOB value. For example, 5000 points = $5.00. If you refer a friend or post on online review, just let our client care coordinators know - they will be happy to add the 5,000 points to your account.

How to redeem:

You can redeem points beginning with the following visit for payment towards services or products. Our client care coordinators are happy to check your balance and assist you with redeeming your points.

If you have any questions about our Rewards program or points, please call our client care coordinators at (425)451-1171, or email us at

Rewards Program Terms & Conditions:

Valid for products/services only. All program rules, redemption criteria, and redemption values are subject to change at MCOB discretion. Points have no cash value, and cannot be redeemed for the visit in which they were received. Points cannot be used toward any portion of an insurance treatment. Points expire 1 year after generation.



  • 30 minutes $55.00
  • 45 minutes $75.00
  • 60 minutes $90.00
  • 90 minutes $130.00
  • 120 minutes $155.00

Additional Services

  • Hot Stones with Massage - $25.00
  • Aromatherapy with Massage - $10.00
  • On-Site Chair Massage - $120.00/hr per therapist
  • Cupping Therapy with Massage $25.00


  • Monday-Friday: 8:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Sat/Sun: 9:00AM - 4:30PM

Cancellation policy

As your appointment time is reserved especially for you, we require 24 hour advance notice for cancellations. As a courtesy, we make an effort to confirm with you the day before your appointment. To avoid cancellation fees, we kindly ask you to call in advance to reschedule or cancel appointments.

Insured Cases

We bill directly for on the job injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and some major medical health insurance carriers.


No tips are accepted.
Your referral is greatly appreciated.