About Massage Casa

Massage Casa is an in-home massage therapy business created in 2017 by Cindy Crockett. The primary goal of the company is to bring massages directly into the homes of clients. This provides the unique experience of allowing the client complete control of their environment. Everything from lighting to smells can be tailored by the client to be exactly the way they want it. The Massage Casa therapist brings the necessary massage equipment and products so the client simply provides the environment. Massage Casa provides clients with a unique experience that is comfortable, relaxing, and enjoyable in every aspect.

Massage Casa headquarters are located in the heart of Casa Grande, Arizona. Massage Casa serves all of Pinal County and the South Phoenix Valley. Other cities are available upon request, however, an added traveling fee will be added for time and gas.

Current Hours of Operation:

M-Th: 6pm-9pm
F: 1pm-9pm
Sat: 9am-9pm
Closed Sunday


About the Massage Therapist

Cindy Crockett

Cindy Crockett is the owner, operator, and primary massage therapist at Massage Casa. She has always been interested in massage and energy work, working on friends and family from her early teenage years. Cindy wasn't content with her self-taught knowledge, so, in 2010, she attended the Utah College of Massage Therapy (UCMT) in Salt Lake City, Utah. This culminated in her graduating from both the Professional and Master Bodyworker programs. Cindy has continued her education and has taken a variety of classes on different modlities since that time.

Prior to her relocation to Arizona, Cindy worked in a day spa, a chiropractor's office, and provided in-home massages. This gave her a solid understanding of how to serve clients with different diesires and needs. It also deepened her abillity to provide both relaxing and healing massages. Since moving to Arizona, Cindy has exclusively done in-home massages.

Cindy's favorite modalities are Cranial Sacral Therapy and Deep Tissue Massage. While these modalities seem to be complete opposites, they both provide great ability to relax and help bodies heal from trauma and day-to-day wear-and-tear. She sees benefit in energy work as well as physical massages and has seen powerful changes occur in bodies from both.

Currently, Cindy is also attending Arizona State University in order to earn a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering. Since the first day of anatomy and physiology at UCMT, Cindy has found herself fascinated with the human body and all it's potential. She wants to help people heal in every aspect of their lives. Her goal post graduation is to help create low-cost yet high-quality medical devices to serve people who otherwise could not afford them. Despite her desire to work more directly in the medical field, massage therapy is Cindy's first love and will always be part of her life.