Megan Moelter, LMT

I received my massage therapy training from The Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork, Inc. in August of 2001. After working in Wisconsin for a few years, I joined Village Acupuncture and Massage in June of 2004. I specialize in therapeutic deep tissue. I have been told by numerous clients that I do the most in depth neck and shoulder work they have ever received.

I’ve worked on a wide age range of people and can adjust the massage to fit your needs. I enjoy helping people feel better, whether it’s relaxation or assisting you on your health and wellness journey.


Deep tissue, therapeutic, pre and post natal massage

In the Office:

Monday: 11:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am-4:00pm
Friday: 10:00am-5:00pm

Joe Wiese, LMT

Joe graduated from Everest Institution in 2007 from a 720 hour program. He has experience with body builders and fibromyalgia clients and is a member of the Associated Bodyworkers and Massage Professionals. Joe is certified in Swedish and relaxation massage. He also is educated in deep tissue, myofascial, trigger point therapy, reflexology, range of motion, craniosacral, pre/post natal and chair massage.


Swedish and therapeutic massage

In the Office:

Monday, Friday: 8:00am-6:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am-12:00pm

Marguerite Ahlstrom, LMT, BCTMB, Nationally cert.

I live in Minneapolis with my husband Jeff and our dog Beatrice (everybody’s favorite Greyhound).

I began my training at the Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork in 2004 and continue my education to work with a diverse clientele and many conditions.

If you’re looking for a therapist who works with your body, takes time to prepare for deep work, and ranges from light touch to deep tissue, then I’m a good choice. And if you only want deep work or you like a massage that hurts, I’m probably not your massage therapist. And that’s okay!


Swedish, lymph drainage, cranioacral, infant and pediatric massage

In the Office:

Tuesday-Friday: 12:30pm-8:00pm
4th Saturday: 12:00pm-5:00pm

Sue Singer, LMT, BCTMB, Nationally certified

My name is Sue Singer and I have had the privilege of being a massage therapist for more than 20 years. My original massage therapy training was at Sister Rosalind Gefre’s School of Massage. I earned a Masters Degree in Holistic Health Studies from St Catherine University.

I am passionate about making massage accessible for people of all ages and abilities. This includes those who live with disabilities or chronic health conditions. Whether you are 8 or 88, I am happy to work with you and explore how you can benefit from massage therapy.


Swedish massage and therapeutic massage

In the Office:

Saturday: 9:00am-1:00pm

Dani McIntosh, LMT,

BCTMB, Nationally certified

I graduated with an A.A.S in massage therapy from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2019 and a BFA in dance from New York University in 2010. My former career as a professional modern dancer cultivated a passion for continuous growth and exploration in physical, mental, and emotional health. This lead me on the path to massage therapy. As an MT, my practice is driven by a deep appreciation for the functionality of the human body. My greatest desire is to empower others to discover their own potential for healing. 

I love creating combined sessions of Swedish and therapeutic bodywork. This helps to promote relaxation while addressing acute and chronic symptoms. Working on the neck, shoulders, and low back are my favorites! My training also includes sports massage, oncology massage and Healing Touch. Beyond the physical effects, I believe massage therapy can also play a large role in healing for one’s heart and mind. So however you are seeking to improve your health and wellbeing, I look forward to being a part of your journey!


Swedish, therapeutic, deep tissue, sports massage

In the Office:

Monday-Wednesday: 12:00pm-8:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-4:00pm

Massage Therapy FAQ

What types of massages do you offer?

All kinds! Currently we offer therapeutic, deep tissue, Swedish, craniosacral, lymphatic drainage and sports massage. Many of our therapists are happy to incorporate a few different types into one session. Just ask!

How much pressure do you use?

This differs depending on which therapist you see. If you want a specific pressure, be sure to tell the front desk when you schedule your session. They will be sure to match you with the therapist who will fit your needs.

In general, our therapists work within your comfort range. Communicate throughout the massage if you would like more or less pressure. If you are holding your breath, chances are the pressure is too intense.

Did you go to school to be a massage therapist?

Yes. The city of St.Paul requires 500 hours of schooling from a massage school and a city license. Most schools offer education in several modalities of massage. Courses range from CPR to anatomy, ethics, business and more.

I’m pregnant. Can I get a massage?

Absolutely! Many of our therapists are trained in pre and post natal massage. Massage is highly recommended for most pregnancies. This therapy can help ease muscle tension and other discomforts that come along with growing a human. Our therapists will work with you to find the position you are most comfortable. This will assure a wonderful experience for both you and baby.