Hyatt Hands on Therapy

Hyatt Hands on Therapy


had a 60 minute deep tissue massage. It was my second massage and i was extremely nervous because i am so very sensitive to pressure. Brandi was AMAZING, all i had to do was say it was a 'sensitive' spot and she adjusted to make it comfortable for me. She was amazing and the conversation was comfortable and easy flowing, but not over powering.

It was a great experience and i cant wait to come back!
As a licensed massage therapist Brandi Hyatt, of Hyatt Hands on Therapy has a goal to help relieve pain, melt away stress, relax tight strained or injured muscles, and educate her clients in self and preventive care. Each session is customized to meet each individual’s needs integrating many modalities such as Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Hot Stones, Hydrotherapy, Prenatal Massage, Acupressure, and Reiki. Visit with Brandi at the 2nd Annual Missoula Health and Wellness Fair, happening from 11am to 4pm on Saturday, October 19th at the Hilton Garden Inn, to learn more!
Want to reward some fabulous ladies for doing such a great job? 😉 How about a 60-minute massage with hot hymilian salt stones from Brandi, LMT at Hyatt Hands on Therapy and a relaxing manicure and pedicure session from me, all for $100? Call or text Brandi at 240-5324 or me at 529-5736 or send a Facebook message to place your order. Offer ends 5/11/19.
Dont forget you can now book online right here by hitting the book now button. Only a few appointments left then I will be off for family time and travel.
Or chugging 16 oz. Of water before your massage because you haven't been drinking enough water!

I am a Licensed Massage Therapist with 16 plus years' of experience in many different modalities. I It is generally integrated with other massage techniques.

Massage, bodywork, and somatic therapies are often complex mixtures of holistic healing practices involving physical, emotional and spiritual components. The definitions that follow provide only brief explanations of many of the techniques currently in practice. CHAIR MASSAGE

Known as seated massage, chair massage, or on-site massage, this technique involves the use of a specially designed massa

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 10/25/2023

First snow of the year! I am glad I get to be here today❤️ The table is warm, the stones are hot, and my hands are ready to work


Waiting for the field of screams.


I love the fall beauty from the office this year!

Yay! I have openings this week and next week! Who wants to snag one? Call or text 406-240-5324, message me here, or book online.

Fri 20th @ 12 or 2pm
Sat 21st @ 10, 12, or 2pm

Mon 23rd @ 9 or 4
Tue 24th @ 9, 11, or 330
Fri 27th @ 10am


This couldn't be more true! I have been down and out with an illness for 5 days! I am back on the mend now and have a few appointments left this week to snag up.

Mon 16th @ 4 pm
Fri 20th @ 2pm
Sat 21st @ 10 or 12

Mon 23rd @ 10, 12, or 4
Wed 25th @ 2, 4, or 5
Thur 26th @ 12
Fri 27th @ 10 or 2

Don't wait to snag one these appointments. Call more text 406-240-5324, message me here, or book online.


I have 2 last-minute appointments available this Saturday!

Sat October 14th 10am or 12

Let me know if you want to try and snag one. Call or text 406-240-5324, message me here or book online

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 10/08/2023

Selfcare Sunday! What are your favorite selfcare activities?


Don't wait till you fall apart! Call, text, message me here, or book online 406-240-5324. I hope to see you soon ❤️


Avaliable appointments! Who wants one? Hit me up here, call or text 406-240-5324, book online

Fri Oct 6th @ 12 or 4
Mon Oct 10 @ 10, 12, or 4
Wed Oct 11 @ 2
Fri 13th @ 1230 or 2
Sat 14th @ 10 or 12


Hey, here's an idea, show this post to your boss, and maybe they'll start buying massages for you....... it's worth a shot. 🤷‍♀️😉

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 10/01/2023

Got to work out of the office today. It was an amazing drive up with hotsprings on the way home.


I mean, if it works, it works 😆🤭😉


Happy Hump Day! Hope your week is going well and you're that much closer to the weekend!

Here are next weeks available appointments. Call or text 406-240-5324 or book online.


Just a friendly reminder ❤️


💆‍♂️Massage Guns: Unpacking the Benefits and Potential Risks

Massage guns have skyrocketed in popularity amongst fitness enthusiasts ranging from professional athletes to occasional gym-goers. They promise targeted relief from muscle tension and enhanced recovery. But do they deliver? Recent studies and expert opinions shed light on this trendy fitness tool.

➡️ Backed by Science: Benefits of Massage Guns

1. Improves Circulation: Good circulation is paramount for overall health. While activities like exercise can boost circulation, massage guns might provide an added advantage. They combine percussion and vibration, believed by experts to enhance blood flow and aid post-workout recovery.

2. Reduces Muscle Tension and Soreness: Post-exercise soreness, or delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS), is a common aftermath of a rigorous workout. A comprehensive review encompassing 39 studies concluded that utilizing a massage gun immediately post-exercise could diminish the effects of DOMS.

3. Potentially Enhances Athletic Performance: While no direct link exists between massage and improved athletic performance, there's an inference that massage therapy could elevate flexibility, indirectly augmenting performance levels.

4. Aids Muscle Recovery: Similar to professional massage therapies, massage guns can expedite muscle recovery. They've been found to be on par with vibration therapy in alleviating post-workout muscle pain and promoting recovery.

5. Assists in Managing Scar Tissue: Professional massages have been proven to reduce pain and thickness in scars. Given the similar mechanics, percussive therapy via massage guns might offer similar benefits, although more research is needed in this area.

➡️ Proceed with Caution: The Risks

Massage guns, for the most part, are safe. Yet, like any tool, misuse can lead to complications. Over-pressuring sore spots or treating a sprain can exacerbate the pain or injury.

Always consult a healthcare professional before integrating any new device into your wellness routine.

➡️ Conclusion

As massage guns gain traction in the fitness world, it's essential to stay informed about their benefits and potential risks. While they can offer muscle relief and potentially aid in recovery, misuse can have dire consequences. Always use them as intended and seek professional advice when in doubt.

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 09/24/2023

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Just some food for thought


Massage therapy alone is a powerful tool for relaxation, rejuvenation, and healing. But when combined with the art of aromatherapy, the experience is elevated to a whole new level. I enjoy introducing the right scents into our sessions to amplify the benefits and provide a holistic sensory experience for our clients.

Here are some popular essential oils to I like to use and why:

1) Lavender - The quintessential relaxation oil. Lavender not only soothes the mind but also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can aid muscle relaxation.

2) Eucalyptus - Perfect for clients with respiratory issues or those in need of a mental boost. Its invigorating aroma can open up the nasal passages and rejuvenate the senses.

3) Peppermint - An excellent choice for post-workout massages. It’s cooling, stimulates circulation, and helps in muscle recovery.

4) Chamomile - Known for its calming properties, chamomile can help reduce anxiety and instill a sense of peace and tranquility.

5) Frankincense - Ideal for meditation-focused sessions. It encourages deep breathing and spiritual grounding.

6) Ylang Ylang - A tropical treat that's great for uplifting the mood and promoting feelings of joy.

Benefits of Integrating Aromatherapy into Massage Sessions:

Enhanced Relaxation - Certain scents can trigger the brain's relaxation pathways, making the massage even more calming.

Mood Elevation - Just as some oils promote relaxation, others can stimulate the brain to produce happiness-inducing chemicals, giving the client an emotional lift.

Targeted Therapeutic Effects - Oils like peppermint and eucalyptus have properties that can address specific client needs, such as muscle pain or congestion.

Strengthened Immune System - Some essential oils have properties that can boost the immune system, providing an added health benefit.

Memory Enhancement - Scents are powerful memory triggers. A client associating a specific aroma with the relaxation from a massage session can recall that feeling of calm when encountering the scent later.

Deeper Connection - The act of choosing and discussing oils allows a deeper connection between the therapist and client, tailoring the experience to the client's needs and preferences.



I just want to take a minute and wish all my fellow surgical technologists, Happy Scrub Tech Week! Thank you all for your commitment to providing safe surgical care for others. You are truly the backbone to all ORs, and they couldn't do it without you.


Massage is not selfish. It's an act of self-love. Show yourself some love and schedule your massage soon.

Here are my available appointments for the next couple of weeks. Text or call 406-240-5324, message me here, or book online 24/7 using the link below.

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 09/15/2023

Date day with my favorites


Here are my available appointments, I had a cancelation for this Sat at 1130. If anyone wants to sneak in this Labor Day weekend, let me know. You can message me here, call or text 406-240-5324, or book online.


I am sorry, I didn't post this sooner. I am out of the office this week, with minimal cell service. I am sorry if you have tried to get ahold of me this week and haven't heard back. You can still leave me a voicemail or send a text. When I get back in service, I will return calls and text! Thank you, and have a wonderful rest of your week.


I only have a few available appointments this week. If you need to get in, shoot me a text, give me a call, 406-240-5324 message me here, or book online at

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 07/05/2023

Happy 4th of July ❤️ Proud to be an American❤️


Just a heads up, to all my lovely clients, they have started construction next door to our office suite. So far it hasn't been too noisy but please expect some noise for the next few months. Sorry for any inconvenience.


Throat Chakra

The element is sound or vibration, just like the ripples on the water.

The Throat Chakra is the fifth chakra, located in the center of your neck around your throat. Also known as Vishuddha, this chakra manages how you communicate, express, and project yourself to the world. When the Throat Chakra is balanced, you are able to communicate clearly but a misalignment in this energy center leads to feelings of insecurity, shyness, or self-doubt. You may also find it difficult to express your needs, wants, and creativity.

In texts, it is said that the throat chakra is responsible for communication and self-expression. It is also said to be a source of spiritual power and is often represented as a blue wheel with 16 spokes. The 16 spokes represent the 16 petals of the lotus flower, which is a symbol of purity and enlightenment

A blocked throat chakra affects the throat, ear and mouth area and shows up in physical symptoms like:

Thyroid issues
Ear and mouth infections
Neck stiffness
Jaw pain
Sore or raspy throat
Gum and mouth diseases
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders
There are many emotional signs that suggest a blockage in your Throat Chakra. These signs include:

Taking a stand for yourself
Feeling like you can't express yourself
Hard time setting boundaries
Difficulty communicating your personal truth
Shyness or social anxiety
Lack of confidence or trouble speaking up
Trouble expressing your creativity


Change can be difficult, but change is always a good thing. Find your wings and imbrace the storm. You will love what's onnthe other side of things.


As of July 1st my rates will increase due to my rent increase. Please reach out with any questions.

New Rates as of July 1, 2023

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I have openings next week. Call or text 406-240-5324, message me here, or book online 24/7 on my Square app.

Mon 12th @ 1pm or 4pm
Tue 13th @ 9 or 11
Wed 14th @ 10
Fri 16th @ 1030 or 1230
Sat 17th @ 10 or 12

Photos from Hyatt Hands on Therapy's post 05/27/2023

I lost a treasured friend today
The little dog who used to lay
Her gentle head upon my knee
And shared her silent thoughts with me.

She’ll come no longer to my call
Retrieve no more her favourite ball
A voice far greater than my own
Has called her to his golden throne.

Although my eyes are filled with tears
I thank him for the happy years
He let her spend down here with me
And for her love and loyalty.

When it is time for me to go
And join her there, this much I know
I shall not fear the transient dark
For she will greet me with a bark.

Author Unknown


Spring has finally sprung! With spring comes yard and garden work! Both can reap havoc on your body, so schedule a massage and take care of yourself. I have openings next week. You can call or text 406-240-5324 to book, or you can schedule yourself any time online using square.

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1135 Strand Avenue
Missoula, MT

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 2pm

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