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Massage in Fort Walton Beach

Let us improve your health and quality of life
no matter what your lifestyle may be!

We offer therapeutic massage therapy in the Fort Walton Beach area. There are many benefits that come with a great massage including stress relief, balance throughout the body's system, improved circulation, and reduced pain. If you’re ready for your next massage, contact us today. 

Earl “Bull” Tullock has been practicing the Art of Massage since 1980. After retiring from the United States Air Force, in 2004, he decided to make his lifelong dream, owning his own therapeutic massage practice, a reality. “Massage has come a long way since 1980,” says Bull. “What was once considered just a luxury is now widely recognized for its therapeutic qualities."

Susan Tullock, co-owner of "Bodyworks by Bull", is also a licensed massage therapist.

She is well versed being a Certified Personal Trainer, and former gym owner/fitness columnist.

Services

Therapeutic Massage

Massage technique meant to reduce stress and relieve pain

ART

Active Release Technique is a unique soft tissue system/movement based massage technique treating overused muscles

Sports Massage

A form of bodywork geared toward athletes which can help prevent or treat injuries

Testimonials

"Bull has relieved my back pain through ART sessions, and I cannot be happier! It is amazing how pressure in specific areas can relieve tension all over the body. I highly recommend Bodyworks by Bull and any of his staff to help alleviate any pain or tension you have through the many services they offer. Better living through massage therapy!"

- Jenee Lirette

  • What is the difference between ART (Active Release Technique) and regular massage?
    With ART Bull is creating relative motion between two specific tissues that are stuck. In massage we are flushing the blood and lymph systems. Relaxing the nervous system.
  • Why does a 30-minute ART session cost the same as a 50-minute massage?
    ART is the gold standard in Soft-Tissue Care. A visit to an ART provider is like having access to a specialist in muscles, nerves, ligaments, fascia, and joints – one who is qualified to assess and treat over 500 structures. You can check to see if someone is a certified ART practitioner on the ART website.
  • Do I have to take my clothes off?
    Absolutely not. For ART you will be advised to wear comfortable or stretchy clothing such as yoga pants/shorts, sports bra, or any kind of athletic attire that you can easily move around in. For your massage appointment you can take off or leave on anything you’re comfortable with. Florida law dictates that you will be covered at all times except for the particular part being worked on.
  • Do you accept credit cards?
    Yes. We like to say we make it very easy for you to part with your money. We accept cash, credit/debit cards and checks.
  • Do you take insurance?
    It’s not that we don’t take insurance, insurance usually does not pay for our services. If you know your insurance covers all or part of a service, we are happy to provide you with an invoice with the necessary coding. We also sell packages of services at a reduced rate to help make services a little more affordable. All information on packages can be found on our website or call our office.
  • What if I can’t find what I’m looking for online?
    Call our Fort Walton Beach office! We do not reveal all availability online so that we can have some ‘wiggle room’ for emergency situations. Always leave a message if it’s after hours. All messages are checked and answered promptly the next morning.
  • What if something comes up and I have to cancel?
    A $25 fee will be charged for cancellations under 12 hours (Except ART) NO SHOW/ NO CALL will be charged 100% of the cost of service. This will be charged to your credit card or one visit on your Package that you may have on file here.
  • Do I have to stick with the same therapist every time I come or can I try everyone?
    Definitely try everyone! All of our therapists are great at what they do and meet all Florida licensure requirements.
  • What is your dog’s name?
    Rocky
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