Erin is a Licensed Massage Therapist in Dallas and Plano, Texas. She is dedicated to efficient, compassionate, knowledgeable care with real results. In keeping with that dedication, she has advanced training in modalities for pain relief and joint dysfunction as well as therapeutic relaxation.
Erin believes firmly that pain relief treatment shouldn't have to be painful. It should, however, be practical, tailored to the client, compassionate, and with long term and short term symptom relief. Sessions should be as clinical or as spa-like as the client prefers. Clients have the freedom to choose a relaxing, quiet session for meditation and stress relief, or a session that is oriented towards answering their questions, planning for future treatments and suggesting practical preventative care for the client at home.
(Requesting firm, “good hurt” massages are also always an option you can choose!)
Erin Singleton is from Dallas, TX. Her interest in massage therapy began in middle school when she saw her mother suffer from chronic migraines and her sister developed carpal tunnel syndrome. It made her want to be able to help others suffering similarly. She was fascinated by how a reflexologist/accupressure practitioner effectively treated her sister symptoms within one session, and she intuitively learned ways to help her mother manage her own symptoms. She earned her BFA at Oklahoma City University and completed the massage program at Sterling Massage School in 2012.
Her foundational massage program covered special topics including headache, prenatal, and sports massage and her continuing education certifications have included extensive seminars in John Barnes's Myofascial Release system, Erik Dalton's Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT), Upledger's CranioSacral Therapy, and massage for carpal tunnel syndrome at Parker University. She specializes in relaxation, pain relief, and improvement in long term joint function, and is a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.
Erin has previously been employed as a massage therapist at Sterling Health Center, The Spa at II Creeks in Richardson and at Cooper Aerobics Center. She currently sees her clients within her independent practice at Integrated Sports Therapies in Dallas and at her room within the offices of Dr. Deborah Pyne (Art of Health.)