Music for Massage Therapy


As a massage therapist, you’re on the lookout for good massage music. But you want the confidence to know a number of things; that the music is going to relax your clients, it’s going to be un-interrupted for the length of your session and that you can use it copyright free as much as you want without you or your studio paying royalties.

With all of our music:

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    You own the license - forever.

    One purchase gives you lifetime usage, so you never need to worry about collection companies or copyright laws.

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    Composed for Massage

    The music is written specifically for massage and bodywork and endorsed by real therapists and clients.

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    40+ minutes long

    Each track is a full 40+ minutes of un-interrupted relaxing massage music and sound. No more silences or disjointed playlists during your sessions.

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    30 Day money back guarantee

    If you download one of the tracks and suddenly realise there’s something not right about it for you – you can just request a full refund. Read our policy here.

Listen & Download Our Music

Check out our store to see all the available downloads for massage therapy & other types of therapy.

Testimonials from Clients & Therapists


“Seamlessly produced… so much fuller, and richer. It gave me the impression of a huge ship, moving across a still sea line, with nothing else surrounding it but the sea. It has a filmic sense to me.”
Julian Illman – Brilliant Living

“I love this music. As soon as it started I felt as if I was floating in the atmosphere. I relaxed and went on a journey and it was like I was in whispy light clouds. This music is very ethereal and spiritual. I felt totally relaxed and can imagine lying in bed at night falling asleep to your music. Beautiful!”
Client of centeredbody.com

“Gently ethereal and disassociated, therefore allowing time and space for meditation… relaxing since no inner tensions appear in the layering of the sounds.”
Isobel Clarke – Therapist

The Importance of Good Massage Music


People trust massage therapists to help with total serenity and relaxation. And while your skills and expertise in what you do are incredibly important, it’s also necessary to set the right kind of mood and atmosphere for your clients. People notice what type of music is playing almost instantly when they step into a business or office. This especially rings true when they are about to get a message, and are extremely in tune with their surroundings.

Most people expect relaxing music for their massage – commonly, a mixture of specific soothing sounds and tones. From thai massage music, to reiki music, and everything in between, massage therapists certainly aren’t limited to the number of incredibly relaxing music for massages.

As a professional, it’s important to understand how making the most of your clients’ experiences will only lead you to more positive reviews, and of course, more clients in the future. That means creating an environment that truly encompasses the type of work you do, and what you’re trying to accomplish with each and every person you work on. The best music for massage therapy is uninterrupted, and even somewhat predictable, so you can make sure there are no unexpected ‘surprises’ as you create the best possible atmosphere for your clients.

Feel free to take a deeper look into our selections, perfectly designed for soothing massage therapy sessions, and you can feel confident knowing they won’t be interrupted, and you can trust them to put all of your clients at ease, so you can do your job in the best possible fashion.

What is the Best Music for Massage Therapy?

Our thoughts on how you can find the best music for your massage practice.

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The Composer

Jack started out his therapeutic training back in 2010 with MBSR courses and introductory counselling, and continues to study a range of integrative approaches whilst gaining more experience in the coaching world.

A musician from the age of 8 years old, Jack has studied Jazz, Classical Composition, Conducting and Orchestration with a number of the UK’s top practitioners and continues working and studying as a composer and arranger.