We offer amazing, pain-relieving, blissful massage therapy specializing in neck, back and hip pain. Each massage is customized to fit your needs.
Whether you suffer from chronic muscle tension, headaches, sciatica or just need relaxation, we are here to make your life healthier and happier!
Satisfaction Guaranteed. We will do everything we can to ensure you are HAPPY with your massage session. Call us at 478.295.1116 with questions or to schedule an appointment.
Hi, I'm Alexis Shumate the founder and licensed massage therapist of Milledgeville Massage Therapy. Inspired by shoulder and back pain as a softball player, I studied at American Professional Institute and graduated in 2013. I pursued my career for the optimal health, rejuvenation and customer care service of others. My delight comes from helping you feel better, and pain management and prevention. I look forward to working with you!
We are now accepting new clients! We will be by appointment only and the waiting area will be closed. You will wait in your car until we are ready for you to come in for your appointment.
Online booking is now available!
For current clients that do come in, here are some policies that you will have to agree to before receiving services:
Your temperature will be taken and all services will be denied if you have a temperature of 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit or above.
If you do not bring your own mask, you will not receive any massage services face-up on the table- NO EXCEPTIONS.
No hugging or any other form of touch outside of the massage session.
These are the main rules that apply to our office. Below you will find a list of recommendations that we will follow but some do not apply.
If you agree to our procedures and book an appointment, our policies for late clients and no-shows will remain the same. Please visit our website to review them, www.milledgevillemassagetherapy.com
Thanks so much! If you have any questions please reach out!
Alexis Shumate, LMT
Massage therapists must take measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, which include:
1. Screening and evaluating workers and clients who exhibit signs of illness, such as fever over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, cough, or shortness of breath;
2. Requiring workers who exhibit signs of illness to not report to work or to seek medical attention;
3. Enhancing sanitation of the workplace as appropriate;
4. Requiring hand washing or sanitation by workers and clients at appropriate places within the business location;
5. Providing personal protective equipment as available and appropriate to the function and location of the worker within the business location;
6. Prohibiting gatherings of workers during working hours;
7. Permitting workers to take breaks and meals outside, in their office or personal workspace, or in such other areas where proper social distancing is attainable;
8. Implementing teleworking for all possible workers;
9. Implementing staggered shifts for all possible workers;
10. Holding all meetings and conferences virtually, wherever possible;
11. Delivering intangible services remotely wherever possible;
12. Discouraging workers from using other workers' phones, desks, offices, or other work tools and equipment;
13. Prohibiting handshaking and other unnecessary person-to-person contact in the workplace;
14. Placing notices that encourage hand hygiene at the entrance to the workplace and in other workplace areas where they are likely to be seen;
15. Suspending the use of Personal Identification Number (PIN) pads, PIN entry devices, electronic signature capture, and any other credit card receipt signature requirements to the extend such suspension is permitted by agreements with credit card companies and credit agencies;
16. Enforcing social distancing of non-cohabitating persons while present on such entity's leased or owned property;
17. For retailers and service providers, providing for alternative points of sale outside of buildings, including curbside pickup or delivery of products and/or services if an alternative point of sale is permitted under Georgia law;
18. Increasing physical space between workers and customers;
19. Providing disinfectant and sanitation products for workers to clean their workspace, equipment, and tools;
20. Increasing physical space between workers' worksites to at least six (6) feet.