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Robert Morris - LMT - Massage Therapist Prescott ValleyRobert Morris,
LMT   #MT22220

Robert opened Spirit and Body Massage in January of 2016. He is an active resident of Prescott Valley, working with businesses, donating to schools, and participating in community events.

Robert’s goal is to help you relax your Spirit & Body by providing a relaxing, therapeutic massage. He has developed a touch that is difficult to find.  Robert’s approach to bodywork is genuine as he concentrates on each individual’s unique needs. His instinctive touch relieves pain while calming the mind.

Robert can be found on many online directories that post client reviews. He was also featured in the Prescott Valley Tribune.

Jessica Morrow,
LMT #25733

My name is Jessica Morrow, I graduated from Arizona Integrative School of Massage, located in downtown Prescott, February 2019. I chose to go to massage school because I feel driven to help those who want to have a deeper understanding of their body. Giving them a chance to take charge of their own health and well being. Massage is an opportunity to listen to what your body is telling you and help heal through human compassion and touch. To do so I use many different modalities to relieve muscles after injury, overuse, and stress. As well as helping to calm the mind and spirit. It is my goal to remind individuals they’re capable of greatness and not let anything hold them back!

Jedidiah Garasha,
LMT #25190

Hello my name is Jedidiah and I am a licensed massage therapist in the state of Arizona. I completed my schooling at the Arizona School of Integrative studies (ASIS) in Az. I have a strong passion for this field of work and believe a healthy body brings a healthy mind. I have lived in the Prescott area for over 20 years and I enjoy the events and recreational activities this beautiful town has to offer. Mountain biking and hiking are just two of my main passions and when I’m not out on the trails you can find me at the gym. I hope to see you at spirit and body.


Leslie Daniels,
LMT #25287

Leslie was born and raised in Arizona. After receiving a B.A. in Art History and an M.A. in English, she changed direction towards more heart-fulfilling work in childcare and, later, outdoor youth education. Most recently, she has pursued education in the healing arts as a student of integrative Massage Therapy. Her interest in becoming an LMT stemmed from her passions for Yoga, Qi Gong and other practices that bring body, mind and spirit together in balance. Leslie‘s philosophy is that a body worker simply reminds the body of the optimal state it innately knows how to express.

Missy Kline, LMT #26135

My name is Missy Kline. I graduated from the Arizona School of Integrative Studies where I studied Massage Therapy. I believe that it is important to care for and nurture your mind, body, and spirit. My goal, through massage, is to help each and every one of my clients achieve their best quality of life. Whether our sessions are to relax the mind, heal the body, or soothe the spirit, I will work with you to help you feel your best. Massage is an amazing way to help you take care of yourself and feel better than you ever have. I look forward to assisting you on this amazing journey of life and to help make it the best it can be.

Marissa Mathison,
LMT #26188

My name is Marissa Mathison. I graduated from Arizona school of Integrative studies in Prescott Arizona in 2019. I find massage to be my passion for many reasons which include promoting over all body wellness and calming the mind. My intention is to calm your mind, heal your spirit, and accommodate your needs while doing therapeutic work. Massage is an excellent way to take care of your body and release any built up energies. I believe that healing starts right away with a safe and loving therapeutic touch. I am very excited to help you achieve your overall body wellness goals. See you all at Spirit and Body Massage.

Linda Morris,
LMT #25338

While studying at ASIS Massage school, I have begun to see the body very differently. My body is not just a casing that I force to do daily tasks – something that I get angry at for aches, pains, and miscellaneous limitations. Instead, I have learned to appreciate the many systems inside my body that allow me to function and LIVE! As a massage therapist, I encourage my clients to embrace their body, and thank it for all that it does. I believe that each body has its own story to tell. My intention is to safely address your body with the appropriate modalities while listening with sincerity and integrity. Through touch, I can help reverse the negative effects of stress, damaged muscle tissue, and pain.