Gay Massage Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

This could be you on Dave’s massage table!

Dave has been serving the men’s community for over 10 years. Male touch is a powerful and healing gift. Dave’s training combined with his innate intuitive nature uniquely qualifies him for this work.

Dave’s philosophy is that the body, mind, and spirit are intricately intertwined components of the whole being. If any one part is out of alignment all three suffer. By assisting in bringing the body into balance, the mind and spirit benefit as well. Dave honors all those who arrive on his table with an individual treatment plan based on input from the client and what he feels with his hands when the work begins.

Massage Studio Interior Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

The massage studio has a comfortable and airy feeling and overlooks the orchard.

Dave is especially interested in the neuro-muscular techniques of Slow Passive Joint Movement and re-patterning work where muscles are taught to let go of their tension through slow, gentle and soothing passive movements of the shoulder and hip joints.

Dave is also trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release techniques. Let him custom design a massage for you!

Dave is a 2007 graduate of the Stillpoint Massage Program at Greenfield Community College in Greenfield, Massachusetts. The Stillpoint program is a 750-hour, ten-month program accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA), an independent accrediting commission of massage therapy education institutions and programs. COMTA is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Massage Studio Exterior

The massage studio is in a separate building to the east of the Main House which ensures quiet tranquility and privacy.

We are pleased to have Dan Roden as an additional massage therapist at Frog Meadow. Dan’s presence greatly expands our offering of bodywork modalities. Dan is a graduate of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox MA and has additionally completed Kripalu’s Anatomy & Physiology courses and Kripalu Positional Release Course.

Dan is skilled in a number of supportive bodywork techniques including Reiki Energy Work, Positional Release, Reflexology, Swedish, Deep Muscle, and Trager. Dan is also a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Reiki Master. Each bodywork session begins with a conversation to provide the best outcome and can be tailored to meet the needs of the individual client. Each massage is designed to provide a safe space to support the best healing/relaxation for the individual. Dan is a deeply Spiritual being intent on honoring the sacredness of each individual.

About Dan’s bodywork techniques:

  • We are pleased to have Dan Roden at Frog Meadow as one of our massage therapists. Dan’s presence greatly expands our offering of bodywork modalities.

    Reiki (Ray-Key) is an ancient, gentle, hands-on healing art that helps you feel better and heal better. You can use Reiki to facilitate deep relaxation, relieve pain, and promote healing and personal growth. Reiki stimulates your body’s innate healing resources, encouraging a return to wellness. Through a series of gentle, powerful hand placements, tension, stress, and pain melt away. Major systems of the body are given concentrated life-force energy, enhancing the body’s inherent power to heal. Reiki can restore the flow of energy with this unique approach to treating acute or chronic pain. This healing treatment moves energy to depleted areas, relieves sore muscles, and produces a soothing and meditative state of peace, calm, and balance.

  • Positional Release Technique (PT) skillfully combines the application of two well-established and clinically recognized neuromuscular treatment approaches: strain-counterstrain (SCS) and muscle energy technique (MET), specifically developed to address chronic and acute neuromuscular pain, and improve muscular-skeletal function and range. This gentle, effective therapy increases range of motion and relieves muscular pain due to injury, stress, repetitive strain, postural distortion, and chronic neuromuscular conditions. With a focus on the close relationship that musculoskeletal imbalances play in the development of general and localized pain, PT delivers simple, therapeutic self-care techniques that help identify and correct muscular imbalances and effectively hone in on many of the root causes of pain.
  • Reflexology targets pressure-points to restore the flow of energy throughout the body. The treatment usually focuses on the feet, but it can also include the hands and ears. Reflexology is a therapy that is intended to heal the person as a whole and not simply address perceived symptoms.
  • Swedish Massage is the most common type of massage is Swedish massage therapy. It involves soft, long, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes, on topmost layers of muscles. This is also combined with movement of the joints. By relieving muscle tension, Swedish therapy can be both relaxing and energizing. And it may even help after an injury.
  • Trager approach helps release deep-seated physical and mental patterns and facilitates deep relaxation increased physical mobility, and mental clarity.

DH recently joined the Massage Therapy Team at Frog Meadow. He specializes in Swedish, Sports and Deep Tissue massage as well as Craniosacral Therapy. DH uses the power of intentional touch to promote relaxation and encourage the body’s natural ability to heal and rejuvenate itself. 

Please welcome Frog Meadow’s newest Massage Therapist, DH, who recently joined the Massage Therapy Team at Frog Meadow.

DH specializes in Swedish, Sports and Deep Tissue massage as well as Craniosacral Therapy.

DH uses the power of intentional touch to promote relaxation and encourage the body’s natural ability to heal and rejuvenate itself. He has been practicing and studying healing bodywork for more than five years.

DH completed his initial education at the school of Therapeutic Massage in Indianapolis, Indiana and studied at the Turtleback school of Craniosacral therapy in New York. He is currently studying myoskeletal alignment therapy.

Massage Rates, Hours & Policies

  • Massage appointments are available between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm, 7 days a week by prior appointment only.
  • We recommend that you schedule your massage appointment at least 48 hours in advance; Same day appointments are usually not possible.
  • First priority for scheduling massage appointments is given to lodging guests.
  • We accept MasterCard, Visa, check or cash for massage payment. For your convenience, lodging guests may have massage charges billed directly to their room.
  • Non-lodging guests are required to provide a credit card number at time of scheduling and must provide proof of completed Covid-19 vaccination prior to arrival.
  • Housecalls/Outcalls are not available.
  • Cancellations: There is a minimum five-day cancellation policy for massages. Appointments cancelled less than 5 days prior to the booked session will be charged the full amount for the scheduled time.

Massage clients are welcome to use the gym and hot tub for an additional $30 per person fee.

  • Sixty minute massage $130.00
  • Sixty minute massage, gym and/or hot tub: $160.00

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Some of the many 200 year old stone walls at Frog Meadow!


About Us

Frog Meadow Farm Bed & Breakfast and Massage Oasis for Men is a welcoming, non-judgmental place for men of all colors and backgrounds to unwind and shed the trappings of busy modern life.Situated on 63 beautiful & private acres, Frog Meadow frequently hosts men’s gatherings, workshops and retreats. Hosts Dave & Scott are committed to providing a welcoming environment to re-connect with nature and yourself.

The South RoomFrog Meadow is only 4 miles from the popular Rock River swimming hole, 10 miles from Brattleboro, VT and 30 minutes Mount Snow & Stratton Mountain ski resorts.

Relax in our spring-fed swimming pond, soak in our wood-fired hot tub, or enjoy our 4-season recreation trails and extensive perennial gardens and orchard!

Be sure to check out our special events calendarphoto galleriesrooms/lodging pages & lodging specials and discover all that gay-friendly Southern Vermont has to offer!

Frog Meadow Hot Tub


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Guest Reviews

Lovely, charming and wonderful – we will be back!

We loved our two-day stay at Frog Meadow and cannot thank Scott and Dave enough for all of the hospitality and extra touches to make our stay so special. We stayed in the Frog Meadow Suite with a private bath and let me just say that it was like heaven on earth!

We loved all of the details and the quality accommodations and design. The common areas and hot tub and trails are truly a joy. We even enjoyed walking around the streets for an hour or so at night and enjoy the fresh air and sunsets.

During your stay you will get a chance to meet other guests and socialize if you so choose. Everyone was very nice and pleasant — and although we did spend some time talking with the other guests, we also felt we had more than enough opportunities for private time and conversation.

Overall, I cannot recommend this experience enough, we will be back soon having already made return reservations before we left!

David S., Philadelphia, PA
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