I would like to share with you the origin of the name of the company.
While I was in massage school, my father hospitalized after major surgery. On the third day, he developed a pain in his back. He called to see if I would be able to stop by the hospital after class to help him. By the time I got there, a knot was creating significant pain. I quickly found the source of the problem then applied a small amount pressure to the local area. After a minute or so, the knot subsided - almost as if it had melted.
My father was amazed how quickly and effortless it was for me to help him. He said, "Wow, it's like magic." Without thinking, I responded, "It's knot magic." I thought it was fitting.
Realizing my technique was more than just a massage and emphasizing the fact I worked on the muscles, I coined the term "muscle therapy" in order to help differentiate the type of work I do.
Thus, Knot Magic Muscle Therapy was born.
-- Paige Wilkinson, Founder
8888 Ladue Road, Suite 260
St. Louis, MO 63124 (Directions)
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Our phone number is: (314) 721-7683
"Paige realized that the problem was not my thumbs but rather my wrists, she fixed my wrists and my thumbs were happy again.
— Matt (11/05/2010)
"I'd fallen on some ice and thought I'd broken my arm. The doctor said I was fine and suggested physical therapy for what had become a frozen shoulder. That helped some, but I still had very limited movement and hurt all the time. That first hour with Paige turned into a lifesaver! She got all the ribs, collar bone and miscellaneous other body parts back into their appropriate positions and loosened up the muscles - I stopped hurting immediately and had almost my full range of motion back. Since then, she's kept me in better working order than I've been in years. I continue to indulge in regular massage visits because I've found it not only helps my body, but my mind and spirit also - we laugh so much at each other's stories that each session becomes a complete body/soul/mind relaxation experience. I wouldn't quit for anything!"
— Kathy Roth (07/10/2008)