Welcome To Massage Las Vegas Service

Massage Las Vegas Service Service offers the best outcall massage in Las Vegas.  All massage therapists are professional. Available 24 hours.  Same day booking online or call us @ 702-935-2624 


Massage is the manipulation of the body’s soft tissues. Massage techniques are commonly applied with hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearms, feet, or a device. The purpose of massage is generally for the treatment of body stress or pain. A person professionally trained to give massages is traditionally known as a masseur (male) or a masseuse (female) in European countries. In the United States, these individuals are often referred to as massage therapists.

In professional settings, clients are treated while lying on a massage table, sitting in a massage chair, or lying on a mat on the floor. There are many different modalities in the massage industry including but not limited to: Swedish, deep tissue, structural integration, trigger point, manual lymphatic drainage, sports massage, Thai massage, and medical-massage.

Asian Massage

What does Asian massage include?


The word means “finger pressure” in Japanese, but the massage actually uses a wide variety of techniques such as soothing, pressing, kneading, tapping, and even stretching in order to induce relaxation of the mind and body.


What is a Chinese full body massage?

Tui Na, also known as Chinese massage, is an ancient practice that aims to release the flow of energy around the body. Lots of skilfull techniques are used to bounce you back to good health, including kneading, rolling and deep pressure that’s applied to precise points on your body.


What is a Korean massage called?

A Korean spa, also known as a jjimjilbang, is a go-at-your own pace spa where guests can enjoy several types of dry and wet saunas, relaxing pools, Korean food and the usual amenities, like massages and skin treatments.


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A happy ending is an ending of the plot of a work of fiction in which almost everything turns out for the best for the protagonists, their sidekicks, and almost everyone except the villains. … Satisfactory happy endings are happy for the reader as well, in that the characters he or she sympathizes with are rewarded.


Massage Las Vegas Service, massage therapists are highly rated professional and experienced massage therapists located near you in Las Vegas

We provide the best massage in the industry, customized to your needs, at a great price. 

Our therapists listen to your needs and employ the proper techniques to deliver a truly therapeutic experience. At Massage Las Vegas Service we only do massage, tailored to your individual needs, every time.

We invite you to experience the rejuvenating benefits of massage therapy today and discover the positive effect it can have on your body and your well-being.

Massage is a medically proven method for supporting your health and wellness. You’ll enjoy benefits of…

  • Relief from back and neck pain
  • Reduced stress
  • Increased circulation
  • Improved range of motion

At Massage Las Vegas Service we offer a variety of modalities and techniques handcrafted especially for you.

If you need to unwind and the app you purchased to help you relax isn’t cutting it, the next action you may consider is to book a massage. Massages can be an absolutely heavenly experience where you fall asleep and wake up 59 minutes later with a little drool on your face—they can also feel like a low intensity partner workout. No matter what kind of massage you prefer, there are many options when it comes to an hour (more or less) of muscle relaxation and pampering.

Massages are typically purchased in 30, 60, 90 and 120 minute sessions. If improved self care is on your list of things to do this year, massage packages and monthly memberships are also available at a discounted or reduced rate at many places. Depending on your neighborhood, rent, and wages, prices for a single massage in the Seattle area range from:

  • 30 minutes $40-50
  • 60 minutes $79-105
  • 90 minutes $135-$155
  • 120 minutes $180-$205

Here are your most pressing questions answered when booking a massage.

Which type of massage is right for me?

Most massage studios will offer a menu of massage modalities and add-on services such as aromatherapy, hand/foot treatments, face masks, scalp massages, and more. Here we have included the most popular types of massages offered.

Swedish massage: one of the most popular massage types that includes kneading, rubbing, and stroking your muscles. You’ll find Swedish massages relaxing and available worldwide on most spa menus.

Shiatsu massage: another popular massage, Shiatsu massage focuses on circular finger pressure on a specific location. If you’re at a spa, your therapist will likely use a combination of Swedish and Shiatsu massage techniques.

Couple’s massage: not just for couples—this side-by-side massage features you and your +1 in the same room with two massage therapists.

Deep tissue: this massage modality works the top layers of muscle, fascia, and connective tissue to release tension and relax the body.

Sports massage: similar to a deep tissue massage, a sports massage focuses on muscle recovery, mobility, and circulation.

Pregnancy massage: performed on your side or with bolsters and pillows, pre & post natal massages focus on a gentler touch to warm and stretch muscles. Confirm the massage therapist you are seeing is trained in pregnancy massage prior to booking.

Hot stone massage: polished stones are warmed to about 120 degrees Fahrenheit and placed directly on the body. Muscles receive a direct transfer of heat, which soothes muscles to relax during the massage.

Thai massage: while wearing loose fitting clothing and laying on a floor mat, your massage therapist assists you through a series of full body stretches.

Cupping: special cups are placed on or moved on your skin to create a suction. Cupping can increase blood flow and relive pain—it may also leave circular marks on your skin, which can last few days.

What should I do to prepare before a massage?
  • Take a shower.
  • Eat a snack and stay hydrated throughout the day.
  • Go to the bathroom.
  • Arrive a few minutes early to complete any necessary paperwork, chat with your massage therapist, and depending on your place—enjoy a cup of tea.
  • Turn off your phone.
What should I expect for my first massage?

Unless you’re in a physical therapy office, which may have brighter lights and a more medical appearance, most massage rooms are dimly lit and tranquil places. Quiet background music and aromatherapy are usually part of the experience. At the very least you’ll find a massage table with a sheet and blanket and a place to hang your belongings. Before you begin, your massage therapist will go over any areas you would like to focus on or avoid, and any current or past injuries. They will also ask you what kind of pressure you prefer—firm, medium, or soft. Once you’ve established a game plan, the therapist will leave the room, you’ll undress to your comfort level, and lie down on the table (usually face down) under the sheet. Massage therapists use either massage oil or lotion during the massage. After your massage starts, the massage therapist will check in if the pressure is ok and if you’re comfortable. If you want them to change something (e.g. pressure, music, temperature, volume), speak up.

What should I wear during a massage?

If it is your first massage, or the first time meeting with a particular massage therapist, they will tell you to dress to your comfort level. That may mean going down to your underwear, or fully nude. Whatever you decide, you’ll be fully covered underneath a sheet that gets tucked and draped over your body to keep you covered. Note: If you’re receiving a Thai massage, you will wear loose fitting clothing.

Do not worry or apologize for your body, scars, or unshaved legs. Massage therapists are focused on your muscles and fascia—not your skin and hair.

What’s the proper etiquette when getting a massage? (e.g. talking, and tipping)

Talking and small talk are certainly fine during your massage, especially if it is to let the massage therapist know if you’re uncomfortable or the pressure isn’t right. If there is an area of your body that you don’t like being touched or is particularly ticklish, let them know before the massage. Keep conversation professional and focused. In many cases, your massage therapist is a stranger and while they may listen, they do not need to know the intimate details of your life.

Tipping is appreciated in most spas and massage therapy studios. The amounts may vary, but 15-20% is standard.

Will my health insurance pay for massage therapy?

It depends. Take a close look at your health insurance policy. If it does cover massage therapy, contact your doctor for a prescription for massage therapy and a referral.





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