Phone (502) 286-8633

Therapeutic Massage and 

Myofascial Release Therapy

especially for women 

Serving Bardstown Since 2012

Located in beautiful downtown historic Bardstown, Kentucky,  Rebecca Rumbley LMT offers the highest quality massage therapy at reasonable rates for women and their families.   Male clients are seen when referred by an existing client or if they are known personally by Rebecca.

Rebecca offers JFB MYOFASCIAL RELEASE treatment, aromatherapy, and hot stone therapy, as well as the classic Swedish deep tissue massage.   Time for assessment and feedback is included in the price of your session, in addition to the actual hands-on massage time.

First in her class at the Louisville School of Massage, Rebecca has been trained in all of the classic Swedish Massage Techniques, as well as Neuromuscular Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue Work, Gentle Touch, Pre-Natal Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Aromatherapy, and John F. Barnes' MYOFASCIAL RELEASE THERAPY (MRT).   Your massage session will be tailored to fit your particular needs and may include some or all of the above therapies to make sure you feel your best afterwards.



Let Rebecca RUMBLEY LMT help you to feel your best.
Call to schedule your appointment today!

(502) 286-8633

Mission Statement
Making the world more peaceful by easing the suffering of others

Member of the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association)
Since 2012

License Number KY-106431 (4424)
Issued on 27 February, 2012


About Rebecca Rumbley LMT

Rebecca is a 2011 graduate of the Louisville School of Massage, first in her class and with a higher grade score than any previous graduate.  She holds several university degrees from previous careers (B.A., B.F.A., M.B.A.), as well as her local Bardstown High School class of 1977 degree, and chose at age 50 to pursue an education in massage therapy so that she could work from home, and care for her elderly mother.   Mother having gently passed in 2014,  Rebecca continues to practice massage therapy from their family home in Bardstown.      

"This must be the best job I ever had.   I see one person at a time, and use all my powers to try and get them feeling better.  Most of the time they do, leaving with a lighter step and some helpful self-care ideas.    Now and then a glowing report from a client and I know that I am doing some good work.  As an independent practitioner, I have freedom to control the scope of my practice, to run it wisely and without greed.   That means allowing plenty of recovery time between clients, so that I can really be present with each person.   Such blessings.  May I prove worthy to continue this good work well into old age."   -Rebecca Rumbley