Excel Massage and Physical Therapy 

- Massage 

in Bozeman, MT

Description: Customized therapeutic wellness & medical massage therapy services from experienced licensed massage providers. Integrated care with our physical therapists as needed. Follow @excelptmt on Instagram to be entered into a monthly 60-minute massage giveaway!
Additional Info: Excel Massage is located in the Excel Physical Therapy building loft at the corner of 19th & College. Want to give the gift of health & wellness? Visit excelptmt.com and click on Patients, then Gift Cards. Instant email gift certificates available.
Logo: Excel Massage and Physical Therapy
Phone: 4065560562
Address: 1823 W. College Street
Suite 200
Bozeman MT 59715
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Business Hours: Monday thru Friday by appointment. Need a different time not listed? Please contact our front office team by phone at 406-556-0562 or text us at 406-295-0650. Enter our parking lot from 19th street (northbound) or from College Street (east or westbound).
Website: https://excelptmt.com/services/massagetherapy/
Payment Types Accepted: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover
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James Beaudry, LMT
James Beaudry, LMT

I decided to pursue massage therapy after experiencing the benefits first-hand. I had some crippling injuries from working manual labor and powerlifting in my early and mid-20’s. After effective massage treatment sessions, I was on my way to full range of movement and being pain-free. This was a turning point for me. I wanted to help people who were having their life impaired by pain and mobility issues like I had been. By taking a scientific and evidence-based approach I have been able to help my clients reduce their pain and help prevent further injury. I utilize Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, MFR (also known as Myofascial Release), Neuromuscular Therapy, Cupping, Kinesio Taping and MET (Muscle Energy Technique).

Britnee Cogen, LMT
Britnee Cogen, LMT

My focus is treatment based Massage Therapy and Structural Integration to relieve pain and bring alignment into the body. My passion for Massage Therapy began about 10 years ago when I experienced the connection between yoga and bodywork as an alternative to pain relief. Throughout my career, I have been able to travel, learn from incredible people and follow my other passions. I lived in Big Sky, where I worked as a Massage Therapist at a Spa and was able to snowboard almost every day. Then, I lived in Jackson, WY., where I worked with a Rolfer that taught me the techniques and benefits of fascial manipulation and structural integration. After that, I moved to Byron Bay, Australia, where I learned to surf and worked in an energy healing kinesiology clinic providing a more treatment-oriented massage. After a year in Australia, the mountains called to me and I moved to Wanaka, New Zealand snowboarding and working in a sports clinic specializing in treating competitive road bikers and swimmers. This is where I learned specialized techniques for treating injuries in the shoulder girdle and I was able to take my skills to the next level. The last stop was Japan, where I snowboarded the most snow I've ever seen and worked in a Physio clinic treating skiers. Now, my partner and I have since started a family, and have moved back to Bozeman. I love sharing my love and commitment to helping people relieve pain in a more natural way with massage.

Mali Richardson, LMT
Mali Richardson, LMT

Mali graduated in 2008 from Ashmead School of Massage in Seattle and has been practicing ever since. Her passion has always been helping people out of pain and that lead to the bulk of her career working on people suffering from car accidents, work injuries, and sports injuries. Over time she learned how to incorporate her treatment knowledge and experience into Swedish and relaxation massages to give longer lasting positive effects. To be more effective in treating injuries or limitations as well as to satisfy Mali's hunger for learning she completed over 120 hours of continuing education in Structural Relief Therapy since 2011. She experienced the results firsthand from this technique after 4 car accidents and other sports injuries. To become a more well-rounded therapist, Mali also sought out experience in Qigong, Breema, hot bamboo, became a Reiki Master, along with mentorship in Cranio Sacral (CST). In August of 2021, she completed 3 years of training in Somatic Experiencing,