Massage Therapists in Broad Ripple

Among the many great aspects of Broad Ripple is its love for massage therapy. It seems like every other restaurant server you meet is a massage therapist working out of their home or some local massage studio. Massage Therapists flock to Broad Ripple! We are no exception. We love the positive energy and spirit brought by the amazing people that make up this dynamic, artsy community known as Broad Ripple.

About Broad Ripple

Broad Ripple Art Fair

Broad Ripple Art FairPeople have flocked to the Broad Ripple Art Fair every spring for the past 38 years to peruse and purchase art from local, national, and international artists. Proceeds support Indianapolis Art Center programs. In addition to world-class art, the fair features live entertainment, gourmet food courts, a wine and beer garden, cultural organizations' booths, and a kids’ creative area.


Breaking the mold of traditional art museums, ARTSPARK combines the art of nature and the nature of art. This 12-acre landscaping masterpiece on the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center features dozens of sculptures by Hoosier artists and internationally known sculptors. Ever-changing sensory and creative opportunities invite visitors to unleash the artist within. The daily ARTSPARK experience is free, with a full slate of additional concerts, festivals, films, workshops, youth camps and art classes. Visit online:

Pedestrian art

Broad Ripple ArtsparkIntriguing murals created by local aerosol artists enhance the Monon Trail’s Broad Ripple stretch, and a sculpture/mural on the historic building at 902 Westfield Blvd. showcases The Village’s unique identity. Tim Ryan’s "Implication of Three" greets visitors on College Avenue. The Village is also dotted with functional art, as artist-designed recycling containers have been installed at fifteen locationsEclectic Neighborhoods in Broad Ripple.

Eclectic neighborhoods

Broad Ripple Village’s architectural timeline starts in 1886, when its first residential subdivision was platted. The area wasn’t considered fully developed until the 1940s. Today, the addition of new townhouses, condominiums and businesses continues to flavor the landscape. Whatever your favorite architectural period, you’ll find it somewhere in Broad Ripple. Spot more art: