Elements MassageThe Woodlands
The Woodlands Crossing Shopping Center
10700 Kuykendahl Rd
The Woodlands, TX 77381
p. (832) 585-0011
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday
8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
8:30 PM - 9:00 PM
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services
If you are putting us in on GPS, Please note that it will send you across the street to the Sterling Ridge Shopping center. We are in the Woodlands Crossing Shopping Center. At the corner of Woodlands Pkwy & Kuykendahl - The same Shopping Center as Starbucks, Trader Joes and Ace Hardware!
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Whitney T. Elements Centennial "I like to end my massages with some neck work and cranial/scalp massage. It's a nice way to end a full body massage, especially the deeper, more intense kind." Hannah M. Elements Westford "I personally like to finish my sessions with full body compressions and deep breathing. This allows my clients to slowly return to being in a more awake and...
Stress, headaches and neck or back pain are all pretty common ailments for which people turn to massage to experience mental and physical relief. But beyond these common conditions, massage also can play a big part in remedying many other daily ailments and injuries that you may have never thought of. Take a look at the following four types of conditions that massage can help...
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Steph W. Elements Centennial "I try to eat a healthy snack like an apple or some almonds, work out if there's time, and definitely get a massage or chiropractic adjustment. I also like to drink Kombucha or green tea with honey." Mandi P. Elements Glendale "I make sure I take my vitamins. Vitamin D gives me a boost and helps me feel sunnier throughout...
The holidays and the new year are loaded with excitement and hope. But, now that you’re stranded in the middle of January there can be a big emotional dropoff as the days are darker, the weather is colder and the winter blues are turning into house guests who are overstaying their welcome. As you come off the highs and lows of the holiday emotional roller coaster, it can...
Paul B. Elements Centennial "I like to do cranial sacral work -- head and lower back -- with myofascia and reflexology. I also like using vibration as I find it helps to relax the muscles better." Ana G. Elements Westford "I enjoy giving a deep tissue massage to release tension throughout the body. But my absolute favorite is a firm Swedish massage. It allows the body...
The new year brings about a time to look toward the future and expand your horizons while exploring yourself and the world around you. It’s about more than making resolutions and setting goals. It’s about freeing yourself of unrealistic expectations and adjusting your mindset to be happy with the person you are today and excited about the possibilities of new...
With the holiday haze of stress and overindulgence nearly behind you and the dawn of a New Year in your sights, the possibilities are endless when it comes to redefining yourself for 2014. If you're like the majority of Americans, you'll spend some of today and tomorrow reevaluating your lifestyle and determining where you'd like to focus on improving yourself, whether it’s...
Matt S.Elements Westford"To treat yourself with more kindness and respect. To deeply realize you're only human and make a lot of mistakes and are far from perfect. Life is meant to be experienced, not perfected!"Maureen O.Elements Westford"My resolution will be to join a gym and actually commit to going! Getting in shape and building up strength will enhance my massage pressure...
Just as the opening and closing scenes of a play can dictate how you feel about the entire production, the beginning and end of a massage can be the most memorable and important parts of the entire experience. One of the leading factors that determines whether you have a massage that connects and balances your mind and body can often fall into the hands of a touch technique called...