Massage Therapy


Self-care is health care. 

Therapeutic massage therapy is a medically proven method to support your health and wellness.

Massage Therapy can help you

  • Reduce stress and increase relaxation
  • Find relief from back and neck pain
  • Reduce pain, muscle soreness and tension 
  • Increase circulation, energy and alertness
  • Relieve tension headaches and decrease migraine frequency
  • Enhance exercise and sports performance
  • Improve immune function

We will provide a personalized massage therapy experience.

Experience the difference at INVIVO Wellness.

  • Highly skilled and Licensed Massage Therapists
  • Private treatment rooms
  • 60- or 90- minute appointments
  • Tailored to your unique needs



Relax. Renew. Recharge.

In our Spa Massage Studio, we invite you to relax, unwind and restore health and well-being. INVIVO Wellness delivers a variety of massage therapy treatments designed to deeply rejuvenate, regenerate, and optimize the health and function of your body.

Our massages are delivered by some of Milwaukee’s best massage therapists.  Both healing and peaceful, harmonious for body and mind, our Licensed Massage Therapists will have you feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and balanced.


Types of Massage

    • Relaxation (Swedish Massage)
    • Deep Tissue / Sports Massage
    • Prenatal Massage
    • Thai Bodywork / Thai Yoga Massage


    Massage Therapy: What You Need to Know
    Learn how massage can help pain.

    Schedule an Appointment

    A credit card or debit card is required to reserve a Massage Therapy appointment. You should receive a confirmation email or text message after successfully booking an appointment.

    Please mention any discounts, packages or gift cards before your appointment begins. Please be aware of our Clinic Policies.


    Call us at 414-265-5606

    Mondays 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
    Tuesdays 9:00 – 8:00 pm
    Wednesdays: Noon – 7:00 pm
    Thursdays 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Fridays 9:00 – 5:00 pm
    Saturdays 9:00 – 3:00 pm

    We require a credit card to reserve your massage.

    Is Massage Therapy is right for you?

    We are here to help you and give you guidance.

    If regular massage sessions are NOT providing you with enough relief, consider meeting with an INVIVO Wellness Physical Therapist to determine if Physical Therapy is the right course of treatment for your situation.

    Don’t let life’s nagging little pains or injury keep you from living life to its fullest. Maximize your movement. Return to moving well.

    Book a CONSULTATION appointment – FREE 20-minute conversation.

    INVIVO Wellness Massage Therapy Treatments and Pricing

    Prices vary by Massage Therapist. Prices are subject to change.

    We require 24 hours’ notice for all cancellations. This allows us time to rebook the appointment time.

    Appointments canceled with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged $35. Failure to show up for your appointment will result in a 100% charge of the scheduled appointment fee or the use of a package visit.

    Read about our Early cancellation, Late cancellation, and No Show policies and associated fees. Read our Clinic Policies.

    We do not accept insurance for massage therapy services. If you have questions about payment options, please call our Front Desk.

    INVIVO Gift Cards are available for you to pamper a friend or loved one.

    Relaxation Massage

    Our most popular treatment uses Swedish massage techniques of long strokes and light-to-firm pressure to provide gentle relaxation. The Relaxation Massage improves circulation while melting away tension leaving you calm and rejuvenated. Regular massages will decrease your risk of future strains, sprains, and injuries.

    Option 30-minute 60-minute 90-minute
    Single Session $60 $90 $130
    3-Session Package $162 ($54 ea) $270 ($82 ea) $350 ($117 ea)
    6-Session Package $317 ($53 ea) $475 ($79 ea) $690 ($115 ea)
    12-Session Package $612 ($51 ea) $920 ($77 ea) $1325 ($110 ea)


    Deep Tissue / Sports Massage

    Our Deep Tissue Massage treatment focuses on releasing the layers of muscle and connective tissues that become restricted as a result of athletic performance, injury, repetitive stress and/or chronic sustained postures.

    Option 60-minute 90-minute
    Single Session $100 $140
    3-Session Package $270 ($90 ea) $378 ($129 ea)
    6-Session Package $530 ($88 ea) $740 ($123 ea)
    12-Session Package $1020 ($85 ea) $1430 ($119 ea)

    Prices vary by Massage Therapist. Prices are subject to change.

    Prenatal Massage

    Our Prenatal Massage is tailored to meet the unique needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies. Specially designed to release tensions and muscle fatigue with focus and care on the specific muscles that are responsible for supporting the pregnant stomach – the back, legs, and hips. It is a relaxing experience that can increase your enjoyment of pregnancy and improve both your health and the childbirth experience. Our massage therapists use specially designed maternity cushioning systems for side lying, semi-reclined or stomach lying positions.

    Option 60-minute 90-minute
    Single Session $100 $140
    3-Session Package $270 ($90 ea) $378 ($129 ea)


    Thai Bodywork (also known a Thai Yoga Massage)

    Massage Therapy is the manipulation of the body’s soft tissues – skin, muscles and fascia.

    Thai Bodywork or Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient energy-based healing system that combines acupressure, manual stretch therapy, and assisted yoga postures to gently lengthen muscles, mobilize joints, and balance energy pathways.

    Option 60-minute 90-minute
    Single Session $100 $140
    3-Session Package $270 ($90 each) $378 ($129 each)


    We follow all current CDC guidelines.
    For your health and the safety of our staff, we have implemented these guidelines. VIEW ALL HEALTH POLICIES.

    • Practice Physical Distancing.
    • Maintain good hand hygiene.
    • Provide Vaccination status a the Front Desk upon check-in.
    • Contactless payment is preferred. Have a credit card on file.
    • Masks are OPTIONAL in all common areas. Masks are available for purchase at the Front Desk.
    • STUDIO and GYM/FITNESS CENTER masking guidelines have changed. Masks are OPTIONAL during workouts, classes, and personal training.
    • During all appointments, clients may request that practitioners be masked.
    • Arrive dressed for your appointment in comfortable clothes.
    • Locker rooms OPEN! Shower and sauna open. Towels are available upon request.


    At INVIVO Wellness, our massage therapists are highly skilled and licensed professionals. They are dedicated to creating a unique experience of tranquility and healing for every single client.

    Massage therapy and bodywork are intended to enhance relaxation, reduce pain, increase range of motion, improve circulation, and offer a positive experience of touch. Massage therapists do not diagnose illness, disease, or any other physical or mental disorders. As such, massage therapists do not prescribe medical treatment or pharmaceuticals, nor do they perform spinal manipulations.  Massage is not a substitute for medical treatment or diagnoses, and it is recommended that you see a physician or physical therapist for any conditions that you may have.

    Jamie Emmons, LMT

    Jamie Emmons, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2015.

    As a visual-spatial learner, I experience bodywork in a 3D sculptural sense. This heightens my ability to detect subtleties in my client’s physiology that contributes to their physical and emotional imbalances.

    My unique perspective also helps me see the interconnection of the entire system to address my clients concerns with a 360-degree approach that has longer lasting results.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage and Deep Tissue / Sports Massage

    Graduate of the Milwaukee School of Massage.

    Chelsea Gleason, LMT

    Chelsea Gleason, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2013.

    I am here to help. I’m very interested in figuring out why a muscle or specific area is bothering you. Is it from an injury? Is it overcompensating for a completely different muscle because of postural reasons? Are you recovering from surgery? Do you sleep on your side? Let’s figure that out and make you feel better.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports Massage, and Prenatal Massage

    Graduate of Herzing University in Massage Therapy. Certified in Prenatal Massage. She is a member of AMTA – American Massage Therapy Association, Wisconsin Chapter.

    Victoria Wawrzyn, LMT

    Victoria Wawrzyn, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2018.

    Helping people find freedom and ease within their bodies is my passion, and I am eager to help you on your journey to wellness. My massage style is slow, detailed, and customized; ensuring that your muscles and nervous system respond to my touch. Depending on your body’s needs, your session may include techniques: Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Swedish Massage, and Reiki.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports Massage, Myofascial (Level 1), and Prenatal Massage

    Holds a BFA in Interior Architecture from UW-Stevens Point. Graduate of Healing Mountain Massage School. 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher.

    Sarah Graf, LMT

    Sarah Graf, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2020.

    I am here to help you feel better. I am here to listen and customize each session based on your needs. I provide an intentional and communicative massage experience. I regularly explain what I am doing and why during the massage when necessary. I also allow your body time to relax.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports Massage, and Prenatal Massage

    Graduate of Everyday Bliss Massage Therapy Program.

    Kim Johnson, LMT

    Kim Johnson, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2020.

    I use soothing and flowing relaxation strokes to increase circulation, physical vitality, and initiate the parasympathetic system. Even if specific areas of the body need held compression to address pain, the nervous system is in a state to relax and repair both body and mind.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage

    Holds a BFA in dance. Graduate of the Blue Sky School of Professional Massage and Therapeutic Bodywork’s 850-hour Medical Intensive Track Program. Certified in Mat Pilates.

    Karen Fischberg, LMT

    Karen Fischberg, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2022.

    Through massage therapy, I am dedicated to helping clients find pain and stress relief, aid in injury recovery, and improve performance for those who demand the most out of their bodies. Every day is different and your massage therapy session should reflect your top priority for that day. Your massage therapy treatment will focus on your goals to best suit your needs.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports Massage

    Graduate of Blue Sky School Of Professional Massage & Therapeutic Bodywork Massage Therapy Program’s 850-hour Medical Intensive Track Program. Holds a BFA in Painting from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.

    John Schaefer, LMT

    John Schaefer, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 2011.

    I view bodywork and massage therapy as a facilitation of the body’s innate natural healing ability. Your personalized massage therapy session may include elements of Precision Neuromuscular Therapy (PNMT),  Myofascial release (MFR) – reducing fascial tensions and adhesions in your connective tissue, Craniosacral therapy (CST) – light touch to facilitate releasing tensions in the body as well as traditional Swedish, aromatherapy, reiki, and Lomi lomi techniques.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage and Deep Tissue / Sports Massage

    Holds bachelor's degrees in Physical Education, Business Administration, Health Sciences. Graduate of BlueSky School of Massage in Medical and Energy tracts.

    Eva Wiegman, LMT

    Eva Wiegman, LMT

    Massage Therapist

    Practitioner since 1998.

    I offer a holistic treatment that gets to the root of the physical issue while supporting one’s energetic balance as well. I incorporate a blend of modalities learned in my career to give a present and sensitive treatment.

    Styles: Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports Massage, and Prenatal Massage

    Graduate of Blue Sky School Of Professional Massage & Therapeutic Bodywork Massage Therapy Program.

    Bodywork Practitioner

    Becky Tesch

    Becky Tesch

    Thai Bodywork / Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner

    Practitioner since 2021.

    Thai Yoga Bodywork / Thai Massage practice combines elements of massage, yoga, and acupressure. I'm here to help you stretch to release muscular tension, reconnect to your physical self, improve flexibility and improve your overall energy flow throughout your whole body/mind/heart.

    Styles: Thai Bodywork / Thai Yoga Massage

    She holds a BFA, Graphic Design from UW-Milwaukee. She is 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and Professional Mountain Bike Instructor (PMBI).


    Find answers to questions about Massage Therapy treatments and appointments.

    What does a massage therapist do? Are your therapists certified and licensed?

    During a massage, a massage therapist will apply gentle or strong pressure to the muscles and joints of the body to ease pain and tension. A massage therapist is a person trained in giving massages.

    All of our massage therapists are licensed by the State of Wisconsin and have graduated from reputable massage schools/programs. 

    To be eligible to receive a license for Massage Therapy in the State of Wisconsin, massage therapists must complete a minimum of 600 hours (most schools exceed this minimum) in an approved Massage school, pass an NCBTMB standardized exam, and the state online Statutes and Rules Examination. Massage therapists must complete 24 hours of continuing education to renew their Wisconsin license every two years.

    Thai Yoga Massage practitioners receive extensive training in Thai history, principles and bodywork.

    What types of techniques are used?

    Relaxation / Swedish
    The massage therapist will use a combination of kneading; long, flowing strokes; deep circular motions; vibration and tapping; passive joint movements

    Hot Stone Massage
    Heated stones are placed to ease muscle tension, improve circulation and relieve pain. Additionally, Swedish massage techniques will be used.

    Deep Tissue / Sports Massage
    The massage therapist will use slow strokes and deep finger pressure to relieve tension from the deepest layers of your muscles and connective tissues. Sports massage may increase flexibility and performance.

    Prenatal Massage
    Prenatal massage uses mild pressure similar to Swedish massage. The massage therapist will focus on areas such as your lower back, hips, and legs. You can be fully or partially undressed depending on your comfort level. During the massage, you’ll either lie on your side or on a specially designed table with a cutout for your belly. If you’ve had pain in your calves or other parts of your leg, see a doctor before you have a massage.

    Thai Massage
    Thai massage works the entire body using a sequence of movements that are similar to yogic stretching. Your therapist will use their palms and fingers to apply firm pressure to your body. You’ll also be stretched and twisted into various positions. You can wear loose, comfortable clothing during the massage.

    How can I schedule an appointment?

    Call us at 414-265-5606 and we will be happy to find a day and  time that works for your schedule! ​

    You can also REQUEST an appointment using the MindBody App. Note: This is ONLY a request for an appointment. Requests will be confirmed by our staff and you will be notified.

    **A credit or debit card is required to reserve an appointment, however you are not charged until after the appointment is completed.  After your appointment, you can choose another form of payment.
    What forms of payment do you accept? Do you accept insurance?

    We accept cash, check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover, or INVIVO Wellness gift cards.  

    A credit or debit card is required to RESERVE your appointment. You are not charged until after the appointment is completed.  After your appointment, you can choose another form of payment.

    We DO NOT accept insurance for massage therapy services. If you have a health savings account (HSA), you may be able to use it to cover massage costs if it qualifies as medically necessary. We can provide a printout of all of your visits at the end of the year.

    Should I tip my massage therapist?

    Tipping is neither required nor expected, but of course we appreciate the gesture!  Our massage therapists do not depend on tips, but if you would like to leave a tip, simply add the gratuity at checkout.

    The best appreciation you can show is by referring your friends and family to us. Please let them know about the amazing benefits of massage therapy!

    Do you offer couples massage?

    We do not have a couples massage room, but we can schedule multiple appointments at the same time in separate rooms if our scheduling allows.

    It’s best to give us a call at 414-265-5606 to schedule more than one massage or simultaneous massages.

    What should I expect during my appointment?
    • Before your Massage Appointment
      You should receive an email from us immediately after successfully booking an appointment.  We recommend that you thoroughly complete your client profile and opt-in for emails and text messages from us to receive confirmations, reminders, and special deals.  Don’t worry, we won’t spam you, and we keep all of your information private and secure. 
    • When you Arrive
      Please arrive a few minutes early to your appointment so you can feel relaxed and not in a rush.We recommend arriving 15 minutes early for your first massage appointment to complete your new client forms.  Our front desk staff will check you in and make sure all your paperwork is complete for the massage therapist to review.  If you have any coupons or special offers, please let us know when you arrive.

      While your massage therapist is reviewing your forms, it is a good idea to use the restroom before your massage appointment begins.


    • Consultation
      Once everyone is ready, your massage therapist will come out to greet you and take you back to the treatment room. In the privacy of the treatment room, you and your massage therapist will go over your forms and reasons for seeking massage therapy.  Your massage therapist will ask you questions to customize your session to meet your specific needs and preferences.  You will have the opportunity to discuss any concerns or to ask any questions you may have about massage therapy.  Your massage therapist will then briefly go over a plan for your massage therapy session.  If you have any questions, feel free to speak up.
    • Client Preparation
      When you are ready, your massage therapist will exit the room to allow you privacy to undress or change and get comfortable on the massage table. You may prefer to completely disrobe or remain partially clothed.  Get comfortable on the massage table underneath the top sheet and blanket. If any adjustments need to be made to the bolsters or face cradle, your massage therapist can help you when they come back in the room. After about 3-4 minutes, your massage therapist will knock on the door and ask permission to enter.
    • During your Massage
      Every massage therapist has a unique style and approach to giving a massage. Relaxing massage techniques may be used at first, and as you become more relaxed more specific areas of tension may be worked with deeper pressure. Your therapist will periodically ask for feedback on pressure or techniques, and may gently move your limbs or make requests through out the session.


      Good communication is key to achieving the best results during your massage appointment.  This is your massage. If you experience any pain or discomfort at any time, let your massage therapist know right away.  Speak up if the pressure needs adjusting, if you need an extra blanket, or if there is anything your massage therapist can do to help you relax.


    • Concluding the Massage
      When your massage is complete, your therapist will exit the treatment room.  Slowly and carefully get off the massage table when you are ready. When you are dressed, open the door so it is slightly ajar to let your massage therapist know you are ready for them to come back in.


      Once you massage therapist sees your door open, they will step back in for a quick follow up with you in the privacy of the massage room. ​You and your massage therapist will discuss how your session went, answer any questions you may have about your massage, and make any other notes for your next massage.  Everybody is different, so feel free to give your massage therapist honest feedback – what you liked and didn’t like about your massage.

      If you would like to take a shower, please request towels from your therapist. They will obtain towels from the Front Desk.

    • Checking Out
      Once you are finished giving your massage therapist feedback, they will walk you back out to our front desk to check out. 
    • After your Massage
      Most people feel relaxed after a massage. How you feel will vary depending upon your personal condition, the types of massage therapy you received, the length of your session, and how often you receive massage.  You will generally feel better the more massage therapy sessions you receive as the benefits add up over time.


      ​If possible, it’s a good idea to have a little quiet time after your massage. This will help prolong the positive effects of the massage and make the most of the time you have invested taking care of yourself.

    How undressed should I be when I get a massage?

    This depends on your comfort level and the type of massage you are going to receive.

    For Relaxation/Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue / Sports Massage,  Hot Stone Massage, or Prenatal Massage, many people prefer to be completely nude when they receive a massage, while others prefer to keep their undergarments on.  It’s completely up to you, and you are encouraged to undress to your level of comfort.

    Licensed massage therapists must ensure that clients are always properly covered by a sheet or towel, genitals will never be exposed, and only the specific areas being massaged will be uncovered. 

    For Thai Yoga Massage, you will remain clothed. Wear loose comfortable clothing to allow for ease of movement.

    How much should I talk to my massage therapist?

    You are encouraged to openly communicate with the massage therapist about your preferences and comfort.  If anything needs to be adjusted, or if we are almost (but not quite) getting the right spot, just speak up and let us know right away!

    However, it is a myth that massage therapy needs to hurt in order to be effective.  Some of the most effective techniques involve very light, gentle touch.  Often, too much pressure can cause muscles to tighten further, and detract from the effectiveness of your treatment.

    You will experience the greatest benefits from your session if you just allow yourself to become quiet and relaxed…which helps your massage therapist focus on providing a great massage!

    When is it NOT okay to get a massage? What if I have a cold?

    If you are sick, you may get your therapist sick and pass it on to other clients that day. Even if you are giving us less than a 24-hour notice, we prefer you reschedule your appointment if you are feeling unwell, so let us know as soon as possible.

    Please be aware of our Early cancellation, Late Cancellation and No Show policies and fees.

    When Massage isn’t Appropriate for your Body.
    ​It is important for you to fully complete your Health History and keep your therapist up to date on your condition.  Many health conditions and some medications may require gentler forms of massage therapy, or more specialized techniques and treatment plans.

    Not all types of massage are appropriate for all conditions.
    Be sure to let your massage therapist know if you have:

    • Any acute injury from a recent accident such as whiplash, sprains, or other soft tissue damage
    • Swelling or edema
    • Acute conditions such as flared-up psoriasis, eczema, or rheumatoid arthritis.
    • Uncontrolled high blood pressure, diabetes, prominent varicose veins, osteoporosis, or any other serious medical conditions.  
    What should I do after I receive a massage?

    It’s a great idea to give yourself some additional time after your massage to continue relaxing and to allow your body to fully absorb the benefits of massage. We leave plenty of time in between appointments so that you never feel hurried and can take your time before you head out the door.

    Is it okay to exercise right after a massage?

    Yes, it’s ok to exercise after a massage, but most people prefer to stay relaxed.

    What is inappropriate behavior during a massage?

    We have a zero-tolerance policy and any sexual advances, innuendo, or inappropriate touching is grounds for immediate termination of your session.

    How can I refer family and friends to INVIVO Wellness?

    We love helping people achieve relief from pain and move better. Our goal at INVIVO Wellness, as a locally-owned business in Milwaukee, is to help people reach their full movement potential so they can live their best lives.

    The best compliment you can give us is by referring your friends and family to INVIVO Wellness. 

    Send us your referrals. Thank you!

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    With your permission, we will share your story to inspire others.

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    Thank you!

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