Spa Citron Massage is a massage and bodywork spa, located in beautiful downtown Flagstaff in the Stone Ridge building, 401 North San Francisco St, Suite B on the corner of San Francisco and Dale Streets. We are small in size, with one treatment room, but offer a charming and serene atmosphere with a myriad of massage and spa services. Spa Citron Massage is owned and operated by Rebecca Landry LMT, CYT, and NCBTMB.
The focus at Spa Citron Massage is on wellness and healing. We offer many modalities of eastern and western massage, bodywork, and spa treatments because everyone’s path to health is unique. We address the needs of the very athletic to those with limited mobility. You can choose anything from a therapeutic/clinical, deep tissue massage to a more relaxing massage – or opt for one of our rejuvenating spa treatments. Each session is tailored to the specific goals and needs of the client.
About Rebecca Landry:
Rebecca is the owner and the massage therapist and bodyworker of Spa Citron Massage. She is a licensed Massage Therapist in Arizona, a National Board Certified Massage Therapist, and a Certified Yoga Teacher.
Her mission statement: “To help clients find happiness and ease in their body, so that they can find happiness and ease in their life. Or more simply put: Change your body; change your life.”
Views on Massage Therapy: “I find the body remarkable in the way it can heal and change. Often chronic pain is caused by repetitive activity, where we train our muscles and connective tissue to be used in a limited way, thus causing overuse. Or it is caused by the body’s attempt to guard against past physical or emotional injury or trauma. In both cases massage and bodywork are great tools for change. In this work, we teach the muscles to engage more muscle fibers, open joints to create mobility, and soften and lengthen the fascia to decrease tension. With all of this, we create space in the body, which allows for fluidity, ease of movement, a lightness, and well-being. Our body is our home; we should do everything we can to take care of it.
Massage therapy is not a luxury. It should be part of everyone’s wellness routine along with regular exercise, proper diet, and good sleep.”
On Her Massage Practice: “I consistently take new classes and continue my studies in massage and related fields to find new and more effective ways to help the body heal and be pain-free. I don’t believe there is one type massage that works for everybody. I have studied both eastern and western bodywork and frequently combine these practices in my treatments to address the specific needs of my clients.”
- Graduated from the Massage Therapy Program with ‘Highest Academic Achievement’ from the Rizzieri School of the Healing Arts in Marlton, NJ
- Over 340 hours of advanced massage training in Connective Tissue Massage, Structural Integration, Resistance and Release/Trager Work, Tui Na, Craniosacral Therapy, Acupressure, Aromatherapy, Energy Work and other modalities
- Studied Thai Yoga Massage with Vedic Conservatory in Pennsylvania and at The Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy
- Studied Yoga and Ayurveda (Traditional Indian Medicine) in Rishikesh, India
- Received Yoga Teacher Certification from the Dhyana School of Yoga in Philadelphia, PA
- Studied Chi Nei Tsang with Caryn Diel, founder of the White Cloud Institute
Currently working on Myoskeletal Alignment Certification