About Us

Shannon Ingrum, LMT & Owner


Washington Massage License: MA00016813

AMTA Member

NPI# 1265791750


Shannon is the owner of Relax Mind & Body Massage. She graduated with Honors from Ashmead Massage School in May of 2002.  She is a highly skilled, compassionate and knowledgeable practitioner.  Shannon’s focus is on running the business and creating a relaxing and healing space for the clients. She specializes in CranialSacral massage and Bowenwork.  Shannon has a passion for knowledge and the human body and is constantly taking continuing education classes to grow her skills and ability to help her clients.  She is a very positive person and always has a smile on her face.


Michelle, LMT



Michelle has been a licensed massage practitioner since February 2006 when she graduated, with honors, from Ashmead School of Massage, in Everett, WA.

Michelle is a trustworthy, personable and knowledgeable practitioner that has worked in the massage clinical and chiropractic settings for 14 years. Michelle strives to provide high quality massage therapy working with clients to improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in their general wellness.

Jennifer, LMT



Jennifer graduated on the Dean’s list from Everest College in North Seattle in August of 2015. She passed the Washington State MBLEX exam about a month later and started practicing as soon as she received her license. She began her career working at an acupuncture clinic in Smokey Point doing medical massage as well as starting her own business doing mobile massage for elderly clientele that had a hard time getting out of their home to receive therapeutic massage.

Jennifer is a caring, compassionate and knowledgeable practitioner who became a massage therapist out of a strong desire to help reduce peoples pain and improve their quality of life. She has training and experience in many modalities that include Swedish massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, prenatal and hot stone massage. She will customize your massage to meet your specific needs whether you are looking for full body relaxation or focused therapeutic treatment work.”

Mary, LMT



Hi, my name is Mary. I graduated from Spectrum Massage school in 2012. I got into massage because I wanted to be able to help people. I enjoy giving full body massage, treating target areas, and lomi lomi. I always include foot and scalp massage in my treatment. With the everyday hustle and bustle, it’s nice to be able to help my clients relax and enjoy some time to themselves. The best compliment is when a client falls asleep on the table, as that ensures they are relaxed and feel comfortable! I am interested in taking classes to expand my knowledge and be able to utilize more techniques in my massages.

Laurel M, LMT

Laurel is an experienced, empathetic and integrative massage therapist, who has been in practice since 2017. She offers a holistic, structural approach to bodywork that is influenced by studying various methods and modalities. Laurel’s primary specialization is Art of Bodywork, a series of gentle, soft-tissue procedures designed to assist non-responsive muscular-skeletal problems. Designed over a series of decades in the UK by practitioner Alastair McLoughlin, they are tried and tested applications for presentations that include lower back pain and sciatica, hip, knee and ankle problems, spinal and pelvic misalignments, and neck, shoulder and wrist pain. This may also help digestive or intestinal/bowel problems, as well as breathing problems. This work often results in immediate changes and improvements for the client that they can feel and experience.  Art of Bodywork sessions are a great way of maintaining your body and keeping you pain-free. McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release is a gentle yet profound modality that addresses and releases scar tissue. This work is indicated for surgical scars, including cesarean section, traumatic injury, some burns, whiplash, and  areas of hypertension. Manual lymphatic drainage is for acute and chronic pain, traumatic injury, prenatal and postnatal sessions and post surgical edema to increase speed of healing, help with energy, pain management, stress management and mobility through full body.

Matt, LMT



Matt is a graduate of the Brian Utting School of massage class of ’94. He has spent the past two decades developing his own unique style of bodywork which draws on variety of techniques to achieve results. His work is greatly influenced by training in myofascial release, lymphatic drainage technique, and Cranial Sacral Therapy. Considered an expert in Cranial Sacral Therapy, Matt blends technique to rebalance, restructure, and restore clients to better health and well-being!

Stephanie, LMT



Hi! I’m Stephanie, I come from a galaxy far far away….wait thats Star Wars.
I graduated from Denton Massage School in 2014. My massage is relaxing, however I utilize a variety of modalities that help ease muscle tension and soreness.
I specialize in Swedish, firm pressure,  injury treatment, Manual lymphatic drainage, sports massage, Cupping and Reflexology of the feet.
I am constantly learning new techniques and modalities to help people manage day to day pain. 

Alexis, LMT



Hi, I’m Alexis! I earned my master’s degree in Acupuncture from Bastyr University. I have always had an innate desire to help people be the best version of themselves they can be, both physically and emotionally, and have found acupuncture to be a wonderful tool to help achieve that state of balance. A few ailments acupuncture can help with are pain, anxiety, depression, sleep, digestive disorders, and reproductive health concerns. I enjoy treating anything to do with women’s health! In my spare time, I love exploring the PNW with my husband and golden retriever, Baker. Having grown up in Arlington I am very excited to work within this community and hopefully provide some healing to you! 

Amy, Front Desk


Amy is one of the receptionists and our office manager. Her responsibilities are to keep the office running smoothly and ensure that everyone is happy, which requires her to be flexible and creative. She strives to make your visit a good experience.  Amy values customer service and will always greet you with a smile! If you have a question and she doesn’t know the answer, she will do what’s necessary to find out. Amy has been a long time resident of Arlington and loves to work in her hometown community.

Lavonne, Front Desk


Lavonne comes to us with many years of administrative experience, as well as retail and early childhood education. She is very friendly and is always happy to assist you with checking in and out and making appointments.

Hours and Location

3710 168th ST NE, Suite B102, Arlington, Washington 98223


(360) 631-9965


Monday-Saturday 8AM - 8PM