Welcome to Knot Now Mobile Massage 


Humans & Horses

Knot Now specializes in therapeutic massage to eliminate chronic and acute pain.

Due to COVID 19, we have closed our office space are we are solely providing mobile massage in the comfort of your home. 

Samantha Beckton LMT, PTA

FL Massage License # MA 81089

FL Massage Establishment # MM 36571



Relief from Pain

Samantha will take an in depth patient history, assess your posture, and discuss work and home related tasks as well as your personal goals for your treatment.  Based on our initial findings we will continue the treatment plan using myofascial release, specific trigger point work and manual stretching to release chronically shortened muscles to restore balance to the soft tissue.  Follow up therapeutic bodywork sessions are booked in 60, 90, and 120 minute sessions. Samantha will not only help you feel better, but she will help you understand why you are experiencing pain as well as give you tools for self care at home utilizing foam rollers and therapeutic ball rolling. 

Cranial Sacral Therapy

Cranial sacral therapy  is a gentle, noninvasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression in those areas which alleviates stress and pain. It works with the parasympathetic nervous system to allow for a more balanced flow of information from the nerves to the brain via the electrical impulses that travel throughout the cerebral spinal fluid.  This work is intensely subtle and works on a very deep level to provide a deep state of relaxation within the entire body. It is especially helpful for people who are sensitive to touch such as having fibromyalgia or have a difficult time relaxing. 

Horse Massage

Samantha is an avid rider and horse person.  Through horse ownership and training for mounted archery, she became interested in equine bodywork.  She trains in the Masterson Method and performs bodywork regularly for her own horse as well as show circuit hunter jumpers and dressage horses. It has been a treat to discover the improvements  bodywork and consistent training have offered and she continues to take clinics in this area.

Samantha believes there is no such thing as a naughty horse.  They are trying to communicate with you that they are in pain.  Just like people, these animals store muscular tension that needs to be released.