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About

Let us take care of your body
so you can take care of your life.

Heartland Massage and Bodywork Center is a hub of practitioners committed to health, wholeness, and wellness for ourselves and others. Our community of therapists are here to help you maintain your body so can maintain your life. Using the model provided by the changing seasons, we offer an approach to massage and bodywork that offers the opportunity to have you an ongoing relationship with your own body. With each season change, you receive customized services, products, and information that enables you to maintain your own health and wellness.

Necia is a massage practitioner in private practice and owner of Heartland Massage and Bodywork Center. She has been in practice 38 years. She uses Swedish (classical) massage technique. Over the years she has studied and practiced Hatha Yoga and is currently studying TaiChi.

She founded and directed the Heartland School of Massage from 1988-1996. She has studied and incorporated Shiatsu, trigger point technique, lomi-lomi and a host of other philosophies and techniques into her massage style.

She was an instructor for Johnson County Community College’s Certified Massage Program for 6 years. She taught Basic Swedish technique and Business Practices. She is an avid reader and especially loves science fiction. Call Heartland at 816-205-8022 to schedule,or use this site.

Confidentiality
All information you share will be treated in an absolutely confidential manner. Some sharing of particular case studies may occur among massage practitioners, but any specific disclosures about you will not be allowed without your knowledge and written consent.

What Massage IS

  • Our system of Swedish, classic Western massage is a non-specific system of stroking, kneading and frictioning the supported tissues of the body.
  • Through its bodywork and related energy-focusing techniques, massage therapy can affect body balance and thus benefit healing.
  • Massage therapy is not involved in diagnosis or in "healing" any specific health complaint. The work of a licensed massage practitioner facilitates the body’s natural healing potential and self-restoration.