Low back pain has been a serious health complication affecting more than 80% of the total population at some point in their life. It consequences have been so severe than any other medical conditions; where by it accounts for the longest disability and sick leave. In this regards, there has been urgent need for the establishment of the best therapeutic procedure in curing the diseases. In relation to this situation, massage therapy has been identified by many psychiatrists and health professionals as an effective curative and preventive measure for low back pain. In basic terms, massage is defined as the treatment of superficial coating of connective tissues and muscles so as to enhance relaxation and functioning of well being (Levine, 1999).