Excel Physical Therapy presents Excel Massage. We are pleased to offer therapeutic massage therapy appointments to complement our physical therapy services.
Excel Massage features a warm, relaxing atmosphere that creates a transformative experience for our clients. Excel Massage is located in the second floor loft of the Excel Physical Therapy building located at the corner of South 19th and College streets.
Our clients are delighted to see our experienced massage therapists along with an integrated physical therapy treatment plan or for independent wellness massage appointments.
Clients are welcome to schedule relaxing wellness massage sessions anytime without a physical therapy treatment plan.
James Beaudry, LMT; Britnee Harper, LMT; and Mali Richardson, LMT provide personalized massage therapy experiences. Specialties include sports massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular therapies, Swedish and deep tissue massage.
Britnee Harper, LMT
My focus is treatment based Massage Therapy and Structural Integration to relieve pain and bring alignment into the body. My passion for Massage Therapy began about 10 years ago when I experienced the connection between yoga and bodywork as an alternative to pain relief. Throughout my career, I have been able to travel, learn from incredible people and follow my other passions.
I lived in Big Sky, where I worked as a Massage Therapist at a Spa and was able to snowboard almost every day. Then, I lived in Jackson, WY., where I worked with a Rolfer that taught me the techniques and benefits of fascial manipulation and structural integration. After that, I moved to Byron Bay, Australia, where I learned to surf and worked in an energy healing kinesiology clinic providing a more treatment-oriented massage.
After a year in Australia, the mountains called to me and I moved to Wanaka, New Zealand snowboarding and working in a sports clinic specializing in treating competitive road bikers and swimmers. This is where I learned specialized techniques for treating injuries in the shoulder girdle and I was able to take my skills to the next level. The last stop was Japan, where I snowboarded the most snow I’ve ever seen and worked in a Physio clinic treating skiers. Now, my partner and I have since started a family, and have moved back to Bozeman. I love sharing my love and commitment to helping people relieve pain in a more natural way with massage.
James Beaudry, LMT
I decided to pursue massage therapy after experiencing the benefits first-hand. I had some crippling injuries from working manual labor and powerlifting in my early and mid-20’s. After effective massage treatment sessions, I was on my way to full range of movement and being pain-free.
This was a turning point for me. I wanted to help people who were having their life impaired by pain and mobility issues like I had been.
By taking a scientific and evidence-based approach I have been able to help my clients reduce their pain and help prevent further injury. I utilize Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, MFR (also known as Myofascial Release), Neuromuscular Therapy, Kinesio Taping and MET (Muscle Energy Technique).
Mali Richardson, LMT
Mali graduated in 2008 from Ashmead School of Massage in Seattle, WA and has been practicing ever since. Her passion has always been helping people out of pain and that lead to the bulk of her career working on people suffering from car accidents, work injuries, and sports injuries. Over time she learned how to incorporate her treatment knowledge and experience into Swedish and relaxation massages to give longer lasting positive effects.
To be more effective in treating injuries or limitations as well as to satisfy her hunger for learning, Mali has completed over 120 hours of continuing education in Structural Relief Therapy since 2011.
To become a more well-rounded therapist, Mali also sought out experience in Qigong, Breema, hot bamboo, became a Reiki Master, along with mentorship in Cranio Sacral (CST). In August of 2021, she completed 3 years of training in Somatic Experiencing, a technique for working with trauma.
Wellness Massage – Cash pay pricing and session packages
Please call us for cash pay pricing for wellness massage appointments. Save with massage session packages! You can share an eGift card anytime too.
- Click here to schedule and purchase massage session packages on our Schedulicity.com page.
- Click here to give an eGift session to someone special by text, email, or print & give
Medical Massage – Insurance billing
We bill auto and worker’s compensation policies when there is medical necessity for medical massage therapy during your treatment plan. If your commercial plan offers massage therapy coverage, we can bill your plan for you too.
Please call our Bozeman office at 406.556.0562 if you have more questions about these billing options. Our friendly front office team is here to help you!
For your first massage session with Excel Massage, please arrive 15 minutes early to complete your registration.
To reschedule an appointment, log into your Schedulicity account or Call our office at 406.556.0562. Please don’t communicate schedule changes via email.
Cancellation policy: Please provide our office 24 business hours notice (7:30am-6:00pm, Mon thru Fri) to reschedule an appointment.
No Show policy: Clients who do not attend a scheduled appointment are responsible for the full scheduled massage value.
Late Cancel policy: Clients who do not provide our office with 24 business hours notice (7:30am-6:00pm, Mon thru Fri) to change a scheduled appointment are responsible for half of the scheduled massage value.
Late Arrival policy: Clients who arrive late to their massage appointment are responsible for the full price of the massage scheduled value at the time of service.
We reserve your appointment time just for you. Thank you for providing our massage therapists with this courtesy. We look forward to caring for you soon!
"On a scale of 1-10, I give a 12 rating. The whole team deserves special recognition and Megan is excellent." --Bozeman Patient's DadView more testimonials from Excel PT clients »