Renee Byrd, LMT giving a woman a Swedish massage in the Studio 210 salon massage studio.

Massage Therapy Reduce tension and relieve chronic pain.

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Flexible scheduling available at 2 locations.

Renee supports the Bennington Community’s long‑term health and well‑being.
Portrait of Renee Byrd, LMT in Downtown Bennington, VT

Renee Byrd is a licensed massage therapist providing massage therapy for Bennington, VT and the surrounding area. She integrates a variety of massage techniques and energy work to help you reduce your pain level and tension. Renee’s massage style focuses on how you will feel for the days and weeks following your massage.

50 million of Americans suffer from chronic pain.1

Massage increases blood flow to sore muscles and can change the way the brain responds to pain.2

What type of massage will help you the most?

Whether you suffer from chronic pain, are recovering from a specific injury, or need to take some time for yourself to relax, Renee will determine the right combination of massage techniques to support your health and well-being.

Add-Ons

Additional services that can be added to any massage appointment.

Hot Stone Therapy

Hot stone therapy being applied to a woman's upper back during a massage appointment

Hot stones applied during a massage help your muscles relax. Once your muscles are relaxed, Renee will be able to work with your deep tissues more effectively. Releasing that extra tension makes it possible to provide a deeper massage to relieve your sore muscles.

Paraffin Wax Hand Treatment

Hands being dipped into paraffin wax before a massage appointment.

Using paraffin wax on your hands and feet before a massage is a way to apply a moist heat that eases pain and loosens your joints. This is especially valuable for people suffering from arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome and people who spend a lot of time on their feet.


  1. http://www.webmd.com/men/features/price-tag-on-pain
  2. https://consumer.healthday.com/encyclopedia/holistic-medicine-25/mis-alternative-medicine-news-19/massage-for-pain-relief-645793.html
  3. Chatchawan, Uraiwon et al. "Effectiveness of traditional Thai massage versus Swedish massage among patients with back pain associated with myofascial trigger points." Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 9.4 (2005): 298-309.
  4. https://nccih.nih.gov/research/results/spotlight/090110.htm
  5. Martin, Nancy A et al. "The comparative effects of sports massage, active recovery, and rest in promoting blood lactate clearance after supramaximal leg exercise." Journal of Athletic Training 33.1 (1998): 30.
  6. http://americanpregnancy.org/pregnancy-health/prenatal-massage/
  7. Shulman, K.R. & Jones, G.E. (1996) "The effectiveness of massage therapy intervention on reducing anxiety in the work place" Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 32: 160-173

Packages & Gifts

Regular customers, get a discounted rate on your massages by purchasing four in advance.

Giving the gift of massage to someone you care about shows them you are invested in their good health and well-being. Massage rejuvenates the spirit and heals our bodies and minds.

Packages & Gifts