About Us


Receptivity Massage and Bodywork is more about you than it is about us, and serving you is our primary concern.
Massage is an effective and powerful tool to soothe and maintain your body. We are utterly reliant on our bodies for every function and aspect of our lives. This reliance makes it easy to ignore little aches and annoyances because there is always so much to accomplish in a day. But the human body is a truly amazing thing and will make its voice heard. If we avoid listening for too long, that voice takes the shape of discomfort. Happily, one way to avoid or calm this voice is with massage; massage gives your body a way to reintroduce itself so that you can both get what you need. Every body has a unique story and it is important that we start listening, that we are receptive to what our body is telling us.

Our mission

At Receptivity Massage and Bodywork, each massage is tailored to the client so that you can receive the maximum benefit from your session. We are dedicated to creating a unique and tailored experience based on your needs so that you and your body can reconnect; so that you can be free, light, and able to take on whatever comes next. Your massage is your experience and we want you to get exactly what you are looking for.

About The Owner and Massage Therapist

Alyssa Noel Dytko, LMT

Alyssa graduated from The Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy in 2012. She started her own massage therapy practice because she is passionate about providing effective, client-centered care. Your session is your time to leave your worries in your shoes and allow yourself to simply be present. She believes that massage is a wonderful way to maintain a healthier, happier lifestyle–something that everybody deserves.

Since graduating in 2012 and founding Receptivity Massage and Bodywork in 2016, Alyssa has continued her education and training. She has taken numerous massage therapy specialization courses, including a certificate in oncology massage and completing 24-hours of training in prenatal massage. She has also advanced her interest in prenatal massage and helping expectant mothers by training as a Birth Doula.

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