Neck, Shoulder & Back Pain Relief Specialist

addressing chronic muscle tension and overuse, headaches, and stress


     Marta Brown Magaw, LMT, (Licensed Massage Therapist) is licensed by the Pennsylvania Board of Massage Therapy (#MSG009966) and is a professional member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP). She has been practicing massage for 20 years.  Before moving to Mt. Lebanon in 2014, she owned massage practices in Raleigh, NC and Chapel Hill, NC. 
    Marta graduated from Sewanee: The University of the South in 1987 with a B.A. in Economics and the Medical Arts Massage School in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1998.  After completing massage school with a heavy emphasis on trigger point therapy, she did advanced training in sports massage and orthopedic assessment (OMERI). Most of her subsequent continuing education has focused on treatment of the neck, back, and shoulders via deep tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy (NMT), and trigger point work. 


(ample free parking)
250 Mt Lebanon Blvd, Suite 418
Pittsburgh, PA 15234


By Appointment Only
Mon, Tue, Thur.  11:00am to 7:30pm
Wed & Friday      10:00am to 4:00pm

About Me

     I like deep, muscle-specific work for my issues combined with a "deep Swedish" for relaxation and overall wellness (for my less-challenged areas).  My ideal massage contains both.
     After a massage, I feel really positive about myself and my life. I've just had an amazingly wonderful mini-vacation. I can handle anything that comes my way. My body is relaxed and comfortable. That's the same experience I try to send my clients away with.
     I enjoy my work and feel really good about the chance to help clients live a more comfortable life.


Marta with her most regular massage client, Jules.  


Mt Lebo Massage
Marta Magaw, LMT
phone and text: 412-427-9047

     I specialize in neck, shoulder, and back work, because that's what really speaks to my own body. It's where all of my tension goes. 

​     During my corporate life, I got weekly massages to manage muscle-based headaches and the pain under my shoulder blades. The relief was amazing and made me realize that I wanted to do massage as a profession. It's 20 years later and I'm still excited about the work and its potential to change how people live their lives.

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