M&M Massage Studio


What makes our studio unique.


Receive your choice of massage while lying on our special custom-made sound table. You will receive a traditional massage, on our wonderful, vibroacoustic massage table. Vibroacoustic therapy utilizes low-frequency sound waves that resonate throughout your whole body. This enables you to experience a “cellular massage” so you end up so much more relaxed and with less pain as a result. Get ready to be transported to a deep state of relaxation when you receive your massage on this unique table. Frequency treatments for specific conditions are available, ask us for more information. Read more here.

Swedish Massage

The main purpose of Swedish massage is to increase oxygen flow in the blood and release toxins from the muscles. Swedish massage shortens recovery time from muscular strain, increases circulation, stretches ligaments and tendons keeping them supple and pliable, and soothes the nerves to produce both mental and physical relaxation. This is a full body massage and the applied pressure used is dependent on an individual’s preference. We want to help you relax, unwind and remove the stresses of daily life.


Aromatherapy massage is a very relaxing and therapeutic massage using highly concentrated plant oils, called essential oils. These oils are mixed with the massage lotion or gel with your choice of essential oil. During aromatherapy, messages are transmitted to the limbic system and affect heart rate, stress level, blood pressure, breathing, memory, digestion, and the immune system. Each essential oil has different healing properties.


Deep Tissue Massage is a massage technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body. Used to release chronic muscle tension, it feels good and it is beneficial to your health. When muscles are stressed, they block oxygen and nutrients, leading to inflammation that builds up toxins in the muscle tissue. A deep-tissue massage helps loosen muscle tissues, release toxins from muscles and get blood and oxygen circulating properly.

Raindrop Therapy

Uses 9 different essential oils at neck, shoulders, feet and back to detoxify the body. It reduces backache and stress, and also helps with respiratory problems. The nine oils are dispensed like drops of rain from about six inches above the back, massaged along the spine and over the rest of the back. A hot compress is then applied to facilitate absorption. Raindrop therapy has helped bring relief to chronic pain sufferers and relaxes the muscles.



M&M Massage Studio was founded in 2007 in Hurst, TX by David and Dorthell Mcalpine. David and Dorthell have always been interested in helping and nurturing others and have been doing so for over 27 years. In 2007, we retreated from our hectic daily lives for a few days and had an epiphany of what we really wanted to do. We decided to become massage therapists where we could work together helping others to find peace and wellness in their daily lives, and M & M Massage Studio is the end result. We hope you find our journey benefits you as well. Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of our story and we wish you wellness as you create your own.


Dorthell McAlpine

Massage Therapist
Dorthell’s massage is often described as very fluid, relaxing and nurturing. She has an intuitive understanding of pain in the neck due to her own neck injury and excels at bringing relief in this area. Furthermore, Dorthell is certified in TMJ massage and can help with this stubborn condition. Dorthell enjoys working with clients and performing massage that helps to take them away from their hectic day.


Massage Therapist
David does excellent work on the low back, legs, and other large muscle groups. David was an athlete in so he understands how to work these large muscles to maximally benefit performance and recovery. In addition, he has taken courses in Shiatsu and is adept at adding needed stretches to his massage. David has a great sense of humor and puts client right at ease.


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