Steve Metzger, CMT, RN
"The Compassion of a Healer. The Wisdom of a Nurse."
At Revive Therapy, you are in charge of your healing journey, every step of the way. That’s why the first session begins with a gentle conversation about your needs and preferences. Do you like a soft touch or firm pressure? Do you choose to keep your clothes on or off? Are there areas that need extra attention or no touch at all? On the subtlest levels, each massage is expertly customized to suit you. Our “testimonials” page shares the holistic healing experiences of our diverse clients with different needs.
As a registered nurse specializing in trauma, surgery, and intensive care, and as a certified massage therapist specializing in myofascial release, deep tissue work, sports massage, lymphatic drainage, and prenatal and postpartum care, Steve not only has a sophisticated understanding of the human body, but he also responds calmly and effectively to a wide range of physical and emotional conditions. Learn more about Steve's medical training and massage certification.
In addition, Steve is a deeply compassionate individual. He listens and works from the heart, and he feels truly honored to accompany clients on the sacred journey of healing mind, body, and spirit. For those who express interest, Steve facilitates this journey one step past the massage table -- sharing holistic health tools and resources that both educate and empower clients in the art of self-care. Through our “booking” page, you can schedule a complimentary consultation -- exploring how Steve can help you optimize your health and wellness.
Lastly, Steve approaches both massage and nursing as part of his service to individual, communal, and global healing. He has traveled to third world countries, offering medical care to sick people without access to a doctor; he has provided complimentary massage services to low-income residents of Sacramento; and he personally has helped get back on their feet those whom society has shunned – including drug addicts, prostitutes, and homeless women and men. Visit our “blog,” for updates on Steve’s community service activities and to find out how you can get involved.
Celebrate health and wellness with a massage!
Did you know your back pain could also be a result of poor nutrition? After years of research, conventional medicine has found physiological evidence of a correlation between nutrition and back pain. While it's important to maintain a well-balanced diet, a good massage can also improve your health. Not only does a massage soothe your aches and pains, but it also improves circulation, delivering important nutrients throughout the body. Regular massages are the perfect addition to your wellness routine. Make a commitment to your wellness goals and schedule your first three sessions today!