TMJ and Tiered hours!

Hopefully this will be the last schedule change for a while, but I have made some days more convenient for those who prefer morning appointment times and others for after work/evening appointments.

M/Tu/W: 12:00PM to 8:00PM

Th/F: 9:30AM to 6:00PM

TMJ relief massage is now available. If you or anyone you know struggles with chronic jaw, neck, facial pain or migraines in the facial/sinus area, this service may bring substantial relief to their issues.

Here are a few substantial changes happening at Serota Massage Therapy:

NEW CANCELLATION POLICY: I'm still remaining very lenient on my cancellation policy. Those who do not cancel their appointments and do not show up will be expected to pay for the missed appointment in the full amount in the event that they book with me again. Those who cancel in less than 2 hours before their appointment will invoiced for a $35 late cancellation fee.

NEW GIFT CERTIFICATE POLICY: Gift Certificates expire 1 year from the purchase date. Gift certificate sales are non-refundable. In the event that a gift certificate was not used by the giftee, Serota Massage Therapy will contact the buyer via email on the January following the certificate's expiration and present the opportunity for the buyer to use the monetary value towards a service during that month. After that period, expiration is final.

GIFT CERTIFICATES ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE. You will no longer need to come to my office to buy a gift certificate and can do so anywhere, anytime at your convenience. I have several options to choose from on website. Here is the link:


I will be closed next week on August 23rd-25th while learning and being certified in TMJ (jaw/neck pain), and will be happy to include this new approach when needed in any of your future sessions. But keep those dates in mind when booking your next appointment. Don't wait until it's too much to book again!

Late July Updates

Website overhaul! Please be patient with my tinkering, but it's long overdue!

My schedule has changed. Currently, I'm working Mon/Tue 12:00-8:00, Wed 2:00-8:00, Thu/Fri 10:00-8:00, and Sat 10:00-6:00. I will be CLOSING on Saturdays when college football season starts. Last year, it went from being packed to dead. This season, I will expand my hours throughout the week, but working Monday through Friday since weekends will have little demand.

Visceral Manipulation Training: I took a class studying how the abdominal organs have a range of motion as well as ligaments/membranes/connective tissues that are also subject to tension. This creates back/side/pelvic referral pains from the inside. It was a surprisingly beneficial course since it solved a personal issue of my side pain, which I assumed was from my oblique/ab exercises... but turned out to be my large intestine anchoring to the inside of the rib cage. I learned a lot.