Voted Best Spa in Texas!

Since we opened in 2011, TripAdvisor has been our preferred hub for reviews and testimonials from our local and visiting clients. TripAdvisor is the global resource for travelers to research hotels and attractions in destination cities all over the world. Over the years, we have racked up a whopping 52 reviews on our TripAdvisor Page. The 50 five star reviews and 2 four star reviews qualified us for TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2014.

Also in 2014, our ranking amongst other local attractions rose to “#1Thing To Do In Marble Falls”. Today, as I was checking my inbox, my jaw dropped. I am still in shock. I can’t believe the words I am about to type.

The Marble Falls Massage Therapy Center is currently the “#1 Spa in Texas” according to TripAdvisor. 

Number One Spa. Highest user satisfaction rating in all of Texas. Better than the elite, upscale spas of Houston, Dallas, Austin, even Horseshoe Bay – at a fraction of the price!

It is important to understand that these rankings are determined based on overall reviews of 1-5 stars. There are hundreds of spas in Texas with MORE reviews than the MFMTC, but 2 and 3 star reviews brought their overall average below ours.

I would first like to thank the dedicated staff of the Marble Falls Massage Therapy Center for their consistent delivery of excellent bodywork, for their undeniable customer service and attention, and for their professionalism. Building this business has been the highlight of my career and it continues to build beyond my wildest imagination thanks to this incredible team we have in place.

Even more thanks to those of you who have ever taken the time out of your busy schedule to write a quick review of your experience with our Center on TripAdvisor, Yelp, SpaFinder, Google, Facebook, or anywhere at all. It is thanks to those kind words and encouraging testimonials that we find ourselves at this monumental moment.

Today, #1 in Texas. Next stop, #1 in the USA!


Our Cancellation Policy

We ask that you give 24 hours notice to change or cancel an appointment with the Marble Falls Massage Therapy Center. If you must change or cancel an appointment within 24 hours of the start time of your scheduled appointment, you will be charged 50% of the regular price to the credit card on file. If you miss the entire appointment without notice, the full price of the session will be charged to your account.

The preferred method to change or cancel an appointment is to call our Reservationist at 512-289-0219 as soon as you are made aware of a scheduling conflict. If we are unavailable please leave a voicemail. Your voicemail is timestamped to determine if a Cancellation Fee is necessary. Please do not text. Please do not reply to the automated emails our scheduling system generates.

We can usually rebook an opening if given enough notice of a cancellation. If you must cancel within 24 hours, but we are able to rebook the appointment, no Cancellation Fee will be charged.

This policy is partly in place for our staff members because they only receive compensation per service and rely on their schedule to be as accurate as possible at the start of their workday. But this policy is also in place for the benefit of our clients to emphasize the importance of prioritizing their self care.


We thank you for your business and look forward to working with you soon.


Massage Therapy and Your Protected Health Information (Our Privacy Policy Information)

The staff of the Marble Falls Massage Therapy Center is dedicated to providing top-quality service. Protecting your privacy is paramount and we have implemented procedures to safeguard the information in your files. We have installed a firewall on our computer; computerized files can only be accessed with a password; and all paperwork is kept in locked filing cabinets.

This notice describes how Protected Health Information (PHI) about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.

The staff of the Marble Falls Massage Therapy Center gathers personal and health information from you upon your initial visit and again if it has been more than 6 months since your previous visit.
*We may provide PHI about you to health care providers, other office personnel, or third parties who are directly involved in the provision, management, or coordination of your treatment care.
*We may also disclose your PHI to any third party you designate in writing.
*We may disclose your PHI if we ever sell or transfer our practice.
*We may disclose your PHI if we believe it is necessary to prevent a serious threat to your health and safety of the health and safety of the public.
*We may disclose your PHI to a government agency if we believe you have been a victim of abuse, neglect, or domestic violence. We will make this disclosure if it is necessary to prevent serious harm to you or other potential victims as required by law.
*We may disclose your PHI to a health oversight agency for activities authorized by law.
*We may disclose your PHI as required by a court or administrative order, or under certain circumstances in response to a subpoena, discovery request or other legal process.
*We may release your PHI as necessary to comply with laws relating to Workers’ Compensation or similar programs that are established by the law to provide benefits for work-related injuries or illness without regard to fault.
*We may disclose your PHI to a HIPAA certified Business Associate who is involved in your health care.*Your PHI may be disclosed for military and veterans affairs, for national security, and intelligence activities, or for correctional activities.
*We may use or disclose your PHI when required by law.
*We may use your name, address, phone number, e-mail, and your records to contact you with appointment reminders calls, recall postcards, greeting cards, or other related information that may be of interest to you. If you are not at home to receive an appointment reminder, a message will be left on your answering machine or voicemail.

Please note your rights regarding this information:

1. You are entitled to inspect and receive copies of your records.
2. You are entitled to make a written request to amend your PHI files or put restrictions on certain uses and disclosure of PHI.
3. We accommodate any reasonable request, yet we retain the right to deny inclusion of amendments or use restrictions of your PHI.4. You have the right to disagree with the practitioner’s refusal of inclusion.
5. You have a right to receive all notices in writing.
6. You have the right to request that we do not disclose your information to specific individuals, companies, or organizations. Any restrictions should be requested in writing. We are not required to honor these requests, but once we have agreed to your restrictions, the restriction is binding on us.
7. You may complain to us or the Secretary of Health and Human Services if you feel that we have violated your privacy rights. There will be no retaliation for filing a complaint. Written comments should be addresses to our owner at our office or the Secretary for Health and Human Services, 200 Independence Ave, Room 509F, HHH Bldg, Washington DC, 20201.

Original Effective Date: May 1st, 2011. This notice remains in effect until it is replaced or amended by changes in the law.