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Virginia Louise Vickers

Virginia Louise Vickers


Virginia Louise Vickers (781)831-3143

About Virginia

A graduate of Cortiva Institute (formerly Muscular Therapy Institute) where she received her massage therapy diploma, Virginia is dedicated to seeing massage therapy as a complementary approach to healing through the power of safe and compassionate touch.

Virginia is a board certified massage therapist through the NCBTMB. She is a certified lymphedema therapist (Vodder Method) and has advanced training in Oncology Massage through Tracy Walton.  She is a member of and a preferred practitioner with the Society for Oncology Massage and a partnering practitioner for Lucy's Love Bus; a charitable trust which provides integrative therapies to children with cancer. Virginia is also a volunteer at AstraZeneca Hope Lodge in Boston where she provides oncology massage to residents there.  

Virginia is passionate about exercise and nutrition and the positive effects these, in conjunction with massage, can have on the mind, body, and spirit.

Virginia is a therapist with Care Dimensions (formerly Hospice of  the North Shore and Greater Boston), works with pediatric oncology patients at Tufts Floating Hospital, and sees clients at Be Well Studios in Scituate Harbor.

Techniques practiced

  • Cancer/Oncology Massage
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Myofascial release
  • Pediatric Massage
  • Reiki
  • Swedish Massage

Where I practice

  • Hospital
  • Nursing Home/Hospice
  • Rehab Center
  • Wellness Center

Clients accepted

male, female, children


Certified by BCTMB
Experience: 4-10 years


I do not accept insurance



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