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Hands On Call Massage is a mobile massage service in Montgomery County, Maryland owned by Meredith Lynch, RMP.

Unlike a spa or resort, you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to relax. If you are a busy professional or a parent with only nap time to yourself, Hands On Call Massage is a great option for you. Booking your session is easy with our 24 hour online booking, or call or text (240) 476-0470! 60 minute, 90 minute, and two hour sessions plus couples back-to-back sessions are available with no other hassles. We provide the table, sheets, oils, and music (if you’d prefer your own mix, great!) All you need is you and a space enough to work, usually 6’x8’. No traffic, lobbies, getting dressed up, or waiting are necessary for your relaxation. We take the work out of bodywork!

Please take a look at all of the services and techniques offered by Hands On Call Massage!

Hands On Call Massage

Maryland Mobile Massage

Schedule an in-home massage for yourself or a loved one. Please see the scheduling page for available times, read Tips for Prepping for an In-Home Massage here, or click our FAQs here.

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