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Whole Body Yoga Studio

5 out of 5 stars

Sarah Sibel
Sarah Sibel

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I cannot say enough great things about Whole Body Yoga Studio. From Patty being a wonderful and kind instructor and owner to their beautiful space to the variety of classes that they offer, they truly are a great local business. Definitely check them out, because they offer classes for every level and every student can appreciate all they have to offer at an affordable rate.

103 E. Walnut Street, North Wales


Healing Arts and Massage Therapy in North Wales

Whole Body Yoga Studio / Healing Arts and Massage Therapy in North Wales

Massage Therapy At Whole Body Yoga Studio

At Whole Body Yoga Studio in North Wales, we believe that massage therapy is an integral part of self-care. Whether you’re new to massage or a seasoned spa-goer, our mission, and the mission of our massage therapists is to help you on your way to building a strong foundation of both mind and body. With our busy lives, it can be easy to let our needs come behind the demands of families, friends, and careers.

Meet Our Massage Therapists

From aromatherapy to Thai massage and everything in between, the WBYS team has dedicated themselves to studying the art of massage therapy. At Whole Body Yoga, we offer a wide range of massage choices designed to accommodate individuals. Whether you’re looking to relieve lower back pain, enjoy a relaxing scalp massage, or explore the benefits of reflexology, our studio offers specialized experiences for everyone.

If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call us to ask! We want to to be comfortable and help you to feel your best.

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Services are available by appointment only.

To make an appointment  please call 215-661-0510

or email
Shorter sessions are available, inquire for details.

What Are The Benefits of Massage?

Massage therapy is the act of stimulating muscles, ligaments, and tissues through varying degrees of manual pressure. Massage therapy can be a relaxing and restorative activity, or can be used for rehabilitation purposes. There are many different types of massage therapy and it’s best to speak with your massage therapist about which form of massage is the best for your body.

Some of the most common types of massage are: Swedish massage (classic massage), Lymphatic massage, Thai massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Reiki, and Reflexology.

soothing relaxation and deeper therapy for physical problems

improve energy and alertness

relieve symptoms of stress and anxiety. increase the nourishing blood supply to your tissues

aid recovery from pulled muscles or sprained ligaments

ease many of the uncomfortable stresses of child bearing, including edema, backaches, and exhaustion

greatly reduce your pain, if you suffer from such problems as temporal mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) or carpal tunnel syndrome.

compensate, at least part, for lack of exercise and muscular contraction if you’re a person who, because of age, injury, or illness, is forced to remain inactive.

Integrated Massage 

Integrated Therapeutic massage may include a tailored combination of Medical Massage, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular, and Sport Therapy to address specific ailments. Other services available are PreNatal, CranioSacral, Swedish Relaxation, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, and Lymphatic Drainage.


Reflexology is a type of bodywork that focuses on applying pressure to the specific nerve zones in your feet or hands

Vedic Thai Yoga is like yoga and massage at the same time––essentially, assisted yoga postures. It involves stretching, acupressure, reflexology and energy work.  The receiver remains resting, on a mat, while the therapist works to decompress joints and calm muscles.

The result is healing and rejuvenation for the mind, body and spirit.

Reiki (pronounced ray-kee) is an ancient healing practice from Japan. The first character, Rei, means holy, spirit, gift or sacred. The second, Ki, is translated as energy. Ki, the “universal life force energy,” is equivalent to the Chinese Chi or Qi. Using light touch, the energy moves through the practitioner and is guided to the recipient.

Reiki is an excellent treatment for relaxation, reduction of stress, and an aid in the healing of illness, injury or emotional distress–– among many other applications. A treatment can feel as if a wonderful, glowing radiance is flowing within and around you. Many people treated with Reiki have reported miraculous results. Reiki can be administered on a thick mat placed on the floor, or on a massage table.

If it’s been a while since your last massage, or you’ve never had one before check out our page, “What To Expect During a Massage.”