We differ from most other massage places because of our staff and the wide variety of modalities we offer. We have assembled some of the top talent in town specializing in therapeutic and deep tissue.

What Differentiates Knot Magic
We have the only massage therapists in the Midwest trained in I.B.A.R. This massage technique designed to use structural analysis to assess skeletal deviation and applies corrections to help the body to return to a more balanced alignment.

Pain Relief
Massage therapy helps to alleviate pain by increasing blood supply to the area. It is designed to give people of all activity levels preparing for strenuous activities as well as recover from over-exertion.
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Massage is often the last place people look towards for pain relief. Most people will take prescription medications, or seek out physicians.

Our therapists are highly skilled to manage most types of problems from sports injuries to back pain. You will leave with an understanding of our name - it really is magic!
-- Paige Wilkinson
Founder/Owner



We are located at:
8888 Ladue Road, Suite 260
St. Louis, MO 63124 (Directions)

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Our phone number is: (314) 721-7683
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"Our family believe Knot Magic should be called "REAL MAGIC". Paige has done amazing work with the young athletes in our family. Not only has she always been able to "fix" any injuries, they return to the game feeling better than ever!"

— BROOKE MASSIE PRICKETT

"I came to get my knots worked on and a couple day prior I had severly hurt my thumbs and palm playing softball. It was swollen and stiff. I went to a hand doctor to get x-rays, the doctor said nothing was broken and sent me home despite the fact that I still could not move my thumb in certain directions. When I showed Paige my thumbs she took one look and popped it back into place without even thinking about it. I had instant relief and I could move my thumb again!"

— ASHLEY