Revive Massage Therapy Adds Therapists And Space

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Lance Thompson
Lance Thompson

Revive Massage Therapy, owned by Virginia Lee, LMT, has expanded its space at the Southern Saddlery Building and added new therapists to the business. 

Revive has primarily served women since opening its doors in 2011.  When Ms. is not managing a team of therapists at sporting events across the region, she works one on one with female clients, and works primarily with elite athletes. Ms. is specially trained in Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy, IASTM (Graston), Rehab Fitness and many other complimentary massage techniques. 

“We’re ready to expand,” said Ms. Lee.  I’ve brought on Lance Thompson and Chip Phillips to work with both male and female clients, and they have different areas of specialty.” 

Mr. Thompson is a licensed massage therapist in the state of Tennessee and has been in practice since 2010. He has worked as a teacher in the massage field, focusing on therapeutic, sports, medical massage, and pathology.  Mr. Thompson works with a wide range of clientele, focusing on high performance athletes as well as clients with muscular related diseases, such as Muscular Dystrophy, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Parkinson’s Disease. 

Mr. Phillips is also a licensed massage therapist with a degree in Functional Massage.  He has been in practice since 2011 and is a graduate of Miller-Motte Technical College. 

For more information visit Revive Massage Therapy or email

Chip Phillips
Chip Phillips

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