Hi I'm Tiffany, 


I never thought that this would be my career. I went to massage school to help my husband who has been a type-1 diabetic since the age of 14 years old. The more I researched about diabetic complication the more I found how massage could alleviate pain such as nephropathy. Everything I learned at NHI I came home and practiced on him and his quality of life improved. 

I completed the 900-hr program and enrolled in the 450hr Advance Neuromuscular program where I had access to cadaver labs, I got to see how muscle, tendons, ligaments and the nervous system are connected and the impact of trauma, illness, and injury. Working with military members adjusting to prosthetics and phantom pain was a life changer. Its where I saw massage becoming my purpose. Its been six years since I started this journey. I have helped people of all walks of life.  I look forward to getting you pain relief !

Muscle Healers is much more than just a massage therapy clinic we specializes in SOFT TISSUE PAIN & INJURY'S. Think of us as specialists in muscular or soft-tissue related ailments. We listens to your needs, assess your symptoms, evaluates the cause(s) of your pain and helps unwind your patterns. We are clear with our goals and will constantly reassess your progress to make sure you are healing.

Massage targets inflamed or tense muscles and tissues, restoring injured tissue and mobility alleviating pain, increasing function and adaptability. Elongating muscle tissue can help reduce the amount of stress on joints and decrease the potential for injuries.

Pain many be inevitable but suffering is optional book your appointment today!   


Tiffany Sandoval, CMT #46521

Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist & Health Educator

Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist 


Important Info

Anyone who either forgets or consciously chooses to forgo their appointment for whatever reason will be considered a “no-show.” They will be charged for their “missed” appointment.  If you arrive late, your session may be shortened in order to accommodate others whose appointments follow yours. Regardless of the length of the treatment actually given, you will be responsible for the “full” session.  **NO REFUNDS GIVEN


What to Expect

​Your treatment will start with a brief conversation to discuss your concerns and a Range of Motion Assessment that will assist in creating a treatment  plan.

Box Workout

What to Wear

ATHLETIC ATTIRE IS REQURIED: if you are not in athletic attire, I will not be able to work on you. 

  • Men: Athletic Shorts, or Swim Trunks

  • Women: Sports Bra & Athletic Shorts, or bathing suits.

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Neuromuscular therapy creates a path to your pain relief by addressing the pain patterns of tight ,sore muscles & allow you to keep excelling at your sport and /or give you a better quality of life. Each session is customized to clients needs. Each massage session can combine Medical Therapeutic Massage , Deep-Tissue, Lymph Drainage, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release, Sports Specific , Cupping, Graston technique & Swedish modalities .



Imagine your horse moving effortlessly and gracefully. See him as nature intended Equine  Massage can help restore your horse to his natural state of being which is full of power, grace, and flexibility.  Horses are not anatomically designed to carry the weight of a rider. His structure naturally puts sixty percent of his body weight on the forelimbs with the remaining forty percent on the hindquarters. Thus, a riding horse must learn to lift up off the shoulder and withers area and engage the hindquarters to propel his body forward. He does this in order to avoid damage to his back and the joints in his lower legs. Bodywork optimizes the horse’s economy of movement and enables the strength and flexibility necessary for him to comfortably support a rider.  In today's intensely competitive equestrian community you need an edge. Bodywork and massage can be that winning edge. If your horse is NOT in the best possible condition for an event, that can be the difference between standing at the top of the podium and not finishing in the ribbons. Muscle problems are cumulative in nature and the resulting pain and stiffness can rob your horse of his athletic potential. A traumatized muscle (from over use or injury) will tighten, then spasm, then become a knot, leading to a shortening and tearing of the muscle! No amount of rest or anti-inflammatory medication will resolve the knot.