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Proven Results

  • Unblock Sinus Pressure
  • Reduce Migraines
  • Alleviate Headaches
  • Release Sciatic Pain
  • Diminish STRESS
  • Decrease ANXIETY
  • Alleviate DEPRESSION
  • Lower High Blood Pressure
  • Lower Risk of Heart Attack
  • Decrease Pain of Sore Muscles
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Robin Frazier, LMT

I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist for the past 16 years. In 2000, I graduated from The Tennessee School of Massage Therapy in Memphis, TN where I specialized in Neuromuscular and Deep Tissue Massage. This training has led me to develop my own form of Therapeutic Massage tailored to each client’s specific needs. Along with 9 years of Sports Massage experience, I have performed pre- and post- Sports Massages on The Memphis Riverkings hockey players and athletes competing in the Memphis in May, Elvis Presley, and St. Jude Marathons.

Since moving to Nashville in 2009, I have found my passion is working with athletes. Franklin Massage Center has become a staple at post race events all over the city. Over the past 8 years I have worked with many NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB players, as well as triathletes, Ironmen, full and half marathoners, 100k and 50k trail and distant runners, and in 2016 worked with the softball team at Lipscomb University. All of this has led me to be super passionate about helping athletes function at their highest level with minimal injuries. Legs are definitely my favorite work to do!!

With over 10 years of experience as a Massage Therapist working in the day spa industry in Memphis, I have gained a great knowledge of the business, how to best meet the needs of my clients, and thus, created a loyal clientele. From my respected reputation, I was offered ownership of Franklin Massage Center, and I continue to expand the practice to offer the absolute BEST in Health and Wellness.

Franklin Massage Center IS the Best Massage In Nashville!

Nicole Erwin, LMT

I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist for close to ten years. I graduated from Cumberland Institute located in Brentwood, Tennessee.

My studies have covered deep tissue, Swedish, four-handed, acupressure, prenatal and an all time favorite lymphatic drainage massage.

Throughout my career I have worked with NFL, NBA, NHL, runners and average-joes. My approach to massage is solely based on my clients’ needs. With that being said, I will say one of my most favorite areas to work is the glutes. I have often found that a lot of people truly need glute work. For me, it is one of the most important areas to work, it is the middle ground connecting the top and bottom halves of our body and sadly one of the areas most neglected.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

This happens to be one of my absolute favorite techniques. With very little pressure, the right technique and sequence big changes can occur.

The Lymphatic System has a major role in our immunity. The system is made up of many vessels and nodes. Vessels provide the transport and the nodes filter the foreign substances with specialized white blood cells. At times, the system may experience some damage or be removed due to surgery. When this occurs many different outcomes may come about. All kinds of external factors play a part in the function of our lymph system. From the air we breathe, the lotions we use, the food and medications we consume, everything is being filtered though this system.

So what does the LDM provide?

Always based on clients needs, the massage can be tailored to help with allergies, edema (swelling), to benefiting those with auto-immune diseases. Most of us can truly use this type of massage, due to our own natural environments. The Lymphatic system is always working in your favor to help you heal. This system is also a system the depends on our body movement and deep breathing for transportation. Our blood for example has the heart to pump it throughout our body. The Lymphatic system requires movement. Therefore, if you are more active you’re moving more fluid then someone leading a more sedentary life. LDM helps those with compromised systems by helping “move” the fluid along its natural paths, increasing the chances for healing. The massage is non-invasive and very gentle.

I am very excited to join the family here at Franklin Massage Center and look forward to working with new clients and staff!

Kathryn Marks, LMT

I graduated from Cumberland Institute of Holistic Therapies in the fall of 2015. I specialize in deep facial release and neuromuscular therapy, integrated with Swedish massage and stretching. My favorite tool to use is my elbow! I am a big believer in keeping the glutes conditioned and happy, especially for athletes. I also love to do specific neuromuscular work inside and out, on the pecs. With today’s technology, we seem to be hunched over a device more than we should be. That can create a tightness in the chest, which in turn creates problems in the back and neck. Nothing makes me happier than to see my clients get a big release from the tension in their bodies!

I love working at Franklin Massage and am excited to start my career here!

Erin Law, LMT

I graduated from the Mind Body Institute, a Nashville-based Massage Therapy School, in February 2016. I am coming from a 13-year career in professional and academic dance and hold a Certification in Movement Analysis, as well as a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Dance. My experience in dance, kinesiology, and somatics (mind-body training), coupled with my past training for the half marathon, has taught me the importance of maintaining a healthy and happy body for optimum performance. Massage and bodywork have always been an integral part of my life as someone who is invested in my physicality, and I am overjoyed to now be able to provide therapeutic relief for other athletes and dancers.

I find satisfaction working with a diverse array of clients, and I specifically enjoy working with athletes and dancers to address each person’s particular needs. I enjoy employing and combining stretching and massage techniques from Swedish, Thai, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and am constantly seeking ways to broaden my skills.

I am honored and excited to get to work with the team at Franklin Massage Center!

Rachel Bourke, LMT

When I began my journey into massage therapy, my focus was on pre-natal techniques. Having had personal experience with hip pain through my own pregnancy, I wanted to be a resource for other moms trying to manage physical pain while still finding joy in their pregnancy. As I moved along through my classes, I realized the world of massage was much bigger than I could have imagined. While I still enjoy pre-natal work I have found another joy in bodywork: helping those with chronic pain. Having known several people with undiagnosable ailments and having witnessed firsthand the frustration, fear, and hopelessness that accompanies their suffering, I have become passionate about serving those for whom traditional medicine seems to have no solution. Helping clients find this relief is one of the greatest feelings in life.

I have found that a combination of Acupressure, Neuromuscular, and Swedish can bring long-lasting pain relief to those who have struggled to find it elsewhere.

Graduate of Cumberland Institute of Holistic therapies.

Kelly Hahn, LMT

After graduating from Cumberland Institute in 2008, I began my massage career at Blue River Canyon Day Spa in Brentwood. Working in the spa industry for over 10 years has given me experience in massaging a wide variety of clientele. In doing so, I realized that I wanted to do more therapeutic work. For this reason, I am grateful to be a part of Franklin Massage Center, where we specialize in therapeutic massage.

I first became interested in massage therapy after my mother was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic and painful autoimmune disorder. She helped me to realize the many benefits that receiving regular massage can have on a person. I am highly trained in Neuromuscular, Prenatal, Pain Management, and Deep Tissue Sports Massage. I have also received training in Lomi Lomi and Hot Stone massage. In my career, I have worked with all different kinds of clients — from runners and athletes, NBA players, and musicians to chronic pain sufferers and your everyday office worker who sits at a desk all day.

One of my deepest passions is working with amputees. I’ve worked closely with the Amputee Blade Runners, an organization that helps amputees receive the running blades that will enable them to run again. There is no greater feeling than helping someone regain mobility after losing a limb. My work with amputees has given me a unique and enlightened experience, not only as a massage therapist, but as a human being as well.