“I have seen Brad for massage for almost two years. The bodywork he does is beyond amazing. Due to his years of experience, he has an in-depth understanding of the body’s anatomy and muscle structure and is very intuitive when it comes to giving a massage. He knows the exact amount of pressure I need without having to tell him. He does a great job of asking about problem areas I have, however if I forget to mention something he still finds the pain points and works on them. He always has recommendations for stretching I can do at home to help my body perform to its maximum potential. Brad, along with my PT, Amanda were a vital part of my recovery from a hip and knee replacement. I would highly recommend Brad to someone who is struggling with pain and mobility as well as to someone who is just looking for relaxation.”

Brad Meier



  • Certified Massage Therapist & Health Educator – National Holistic Institute of Emeryville, California
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Biology Medical Sciences from Minnesota State University Moorhead

  • North Dakota State Board of Massage, Licensed


Upon completing his massage training in 1996, Brad worked in spas in California and Colorado. He later opened a private practice in Fargo, as well as instructed clinical massage, ethics, and therapeutic applications at Sister Rosalind’s School of Massage Therapy. Brad then lived abroad and explored the world of Asian bodywork, movement therapies, and traditional medicine for over a decade.

Areas of Specialty

    • Eurostyle
      Gliding strokes that direct blood flow toward to the heart to cleanse and refresh the body’s tissues. Kneading, tapping and vibration stimulate the muscles, providing a sense of well-being and relaxation.
    • Asian Pressure Techniques
      Use of knuckles, fists, elbows, and knees at crucial acupressure points to tonify body energies, energize and encourage body-mind connection.
    • Passive Stretching
      Popular across Southeast Asia, Thai-style stretching eases tight and overworked muscles.
    • Structural Integration
      Affirms healthy posture, facilitates your body’s natural healing efforts using gentle rocking and shaking of spine and limbs to access deep structures.
    • Neuromuscular Technique
      Focused contractions hyper-stimulate nerves, signaling the brain to relax specific musculature. Targets stressed out neck and shoulder, hips, and glutes to provide quick relief from spasms or poor neuromuscular feedback.
    • Prenatal Massage
      A therapeutic bodywork designed specifically for pregnant women to address the unique needs and changes that occur in their bodies during pregnancy. This type of massage focuses on providing relaxation, reducing stress, and relieving the common discomforts associated with pregnancy.


      “A son of the Red River Valley, I’ve ventured across the globe, only to return to the best place on Earth. My philosophy of service is based on the desire to promote wellness in every life I touch. An abiding respect for nature, music and the arts are key to grounding my personal rejuvenation. Family, fun and a positive perspective help my world go ‘round.”