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Mary Cline

Mary Cline

Since 2014, Mary has dedicated herself to the art and science of massage therapy. Her journey into this profession was deeply personal, shaped by years of battling chronic migraines. Seeking a peaceful and fulfilling occupation, she discovered the profound healing power of massage, not only for herself but also as a gift she could share with others.

 

At the core of her practice is a commitment to adapting and responding to the unique therapeutic needs of each client. Mary's approach blends the long-flowing techniques of Swedish massage with the focused intensity of deep tissue work, and the relaxing yet energetic elements of Thai massage, which include rocking, compression, stretching, and joint mobilization.

Her massage therapy is minimalistic, steering away from the typical spa experience with no add-ons. Instead, Mary focuses on helping you leave each session feeling more in touch with your body and experiencing a renewed sense of space within. While she occasionally incorporates various tools during treatments, Mary always use oils and tonics handcrafted in Fort Worth by Pablo’s Lotus. These healing blends are made with fresh herbs from her garden, enhancing the therapeutic benefits of each session.

 

The ultimate goal is to provide a peaceful sanctuary for an hour, where you can find relief and reconnect with your body in a meaningful way.

Get to Know Mary

When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Although I didn’t know what they were called, I wanted to draw maps. And to drive a train, be a conductor!


What are your hobbies?
Bicycling, bicycling, bicycling!


Favorite travel destination?
It was Wichita Falls in August for the Hotter than Hell Hundred, a very large bicycle event.  Recently I rode in Meers and Medicine Park Oklahoma through the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.  It was a beautiful ride and may now be my favorite.
 

Song you jam to on a road trip?

Chickenman by the Indigo Girls, as well as Romeo and Juliet;

Elton John’s Madman Across the Water album; 

Springsteen, Patti Smith, REM, and Leonard Cohen

Favorite desert?
My chocolate pudding that I eat for breakfast—apple, cherries, chia seeds, ginger, turmeric, black pepper, cayenne pepper, oats and maybe some other things

Mary Cline at Fort Worth Wellness
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