Watertown Massage Therapy – Belmont/Watertown Location

Welcome to our practice.

We are conveniently located at the Belmont/Watertown line at 10 Trapelo Rd, Ste #1 in Belmont, MA.

We provide you with some of the best values in the industry. We use many techniques to ensure that we reach the final goal – making you feel better, pain free, and relaxed.

We really excel at truly understanding the causes of your discomfort, tension and pain and working with you to help you feel better.

For those of you who like deep tissue, by the way, we will ask you to really be honest with us and yourself about your tolerance level. There is no shame in admitting that the pressure is too high.

Human anatomy is complex and our knowledge and experience will help you by focusing on the underlying issues of your condition. Read more about our specialty or click here to book your therapeutic massage session today.

Be healthy! We are here to help you with that..

Christina Paquette
Founder/Owner, Massage Therapist
Christina Paquette is the founder of Watertown Massage Therapy and a graduate of The Muscular Therapy Institute. Christina spent 5 years as an assistant lecturer at Cortiva Institute sharing her knowledge and techniques with aspiring therapists.

Christina specializes in Deep Tissue Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, 
Myofascial Release, StretchingGeneral Therapeutic Massage and other active techniques.
With Christina no two sessions are the same as she takes time to evaluate the client and adjust her treatment based on individual's needs in order to improve overall health, mobility and functionality.

Lisa Dee White

Lisa Dee Port White, a licensed, nationally certified graduate of the Muscular Therapy Institute, and approved provider with the Massage and Burn Scar Therapy Foundation. 

Over the last decade, Lisa Dee has incorporated traditional Swedish, orthopedic massage, hospice and oncology massage with very gentle versions of myofascial work, craniosacral therapy, trigger point therapy, and energy work. Lisa Dee has worked with caregivers and patients of all ages living with extremely complicated medical issues, chronic pain, and complex emotional situations. People who have worked with her have described Lisa Dee’s work as relaxing, relieving, restorative, and feel better, move with more ease, and ready for what is next in their day. After hearing several people say her touch is so comforting, Lisa Dee named her technique a Touch of Comfort. People who gravitate to her work tend to come for a reset, be back in the body they remember, and feeling whole and more peaceful.