Team Members

Shannon McDonald
Owner, Massage Therapist

I am passionate about helping others heal and grow through Massage Therapy and Eating Psychology! The more and more I learn the more I realize how connected our bodies are mentally, physically, and spiritually. It’s amazing how connected the body is through all of it’s complexity. That is why my approach to helping clients includes all three.

Why I’m a Massage Therapist:

I originally became interested in massage because it offered flexible hours, which is something I knew would in the future allow me to balance work and having a family. However, I literally have fallen in love with massage and the therapeutic professional touch it provides in helping my clients with fitness, stress management, pain relief from injury, and maintaining general well-being.

I believe in customizing my massages to each individual and thus personalize each session according to his or her preferences. For example, some clients do not like having a face massage or scalp massage, etc. Some like a certain type of essential oil in their cream, so I use that. And, some request focused time spent on just their problem areas rather than having a full-body massage. Your massage should be customized just for you because there is no one like you!

Why I’m an Eating Psychology Coach:

I was professionally trained and certified by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in May 2015. Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition has truly opened my eyes to a lot of things that I was dealing with personally. It’s changed my life in many ways and I know the work on myself is still not done! (And most likely never will be done! I believe we are always working on bettering ourselves.) I believe that these cutting edge techniques are what we have been missing in the conversation around food, eating, and weight. I’m hoping to use my skills to help people better understand their bodies, their relationship with food, and their physical ailments to better their lives.

I work with clients who have challenges around weight, overeating, binge eating, body image, and a number of health concerns such as digestion, fatigue, mood issues, and more. I am trained in a highly unique and results oriented approach to eating issues. It’s a holistic and empowering approach that integrates nutrition and psychology. Click here to find out more about Eating Psychology.

I have been blessed to have so many amazing clients, and I hope that I am also a blessing to them. That is why I named my business “Béni Massage & Wellness.” Béni means blessed in French. Come in to see me for your personalized session today! You can contact me at 281-858-3893 to schedule an appointment or book online on my website.

Have a blessed day!

Shannon McDonald
CEPC, LMT# 102859


My Training

Certified Eating Psychology Coach, The Institute for the Psychology of Eating – Colorado
Massage Therapist, The Relax Station – Kingwood, TX
Continuing Education in:
Advanced Sports Massage
Craniosacral Therapy Levels 1 and 2
Deep Tissue
Lymphatic Drainage of the Arms, Legs, and Abdomen
Neck Pain and Headaches
Contemporary Cupping Methods
Advanced Cupping Therapy Techniques
Burn Scar Massage Therapy

Arthur Arnold
Licensed Massage Therapist

I have been a massage therapist since spring of 2014. I got into massage because I wanted to help people. My idea was to become a chiropractor or physical therapist and use this as a stepping stone while I continue to go to college.
Although I’m not attending college at the moment, I have become very good at helping people and relieving their pain and helping their problem areas through massage therapy. I use a combination of firm to deeper pressure with some sports massage (stretching) and trigger point therapy. I have over 24 hours of continuing education classes in myoskeletal release and currently taking classes on neuromuscular release.