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Location: West Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90025, USA
Style(s): Esalen, Deep Tissue, Light touch and Stretching.
Hours: MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 10AM-7PM
Fees: Basic 60 minute session starts at $80 or $120 for 90 minutes. Please inquire about my whole body therapy session.
Description: Hello and thank you for taking the time to visit my page. I've been a massage therapist for over ten years. Because of my extensive experience in massage work and genuine care for the well-being of others, I've cultivated a touch that is healing and transformative.
The space I work from is very conducive to deep relaxation. You will enter a Zen type of environment with low lighting, soothing music, and a water fountain. A general feeling of peace will surround you.
I use a towel caddy that keeps warmed wet towels so you will leave the same way you came in~no lotion residue. I do use a professional massage lotion that is scentless and non-greasy. My environment is low key and professional and parking is not a hassle as metered or two hour parking is plentiful on the street.
This style is commonly found in Northern California. It is a style of massage that incorporates long connective movements from head to toe throughout the session. Once you have experienced getting a massage where the body is approached as a whole, you won't go back. It's like getting a constant body hug with your massage. This is the base technique I use for all bodywork sessions. On a side note, the majority of clients request a mixture of all three styles detailed below.
This is my favorite type of bodywork to give and receive and if you need those "rocks" worked out of your shoulders, you've come to an expert. With hours of sitting at a desk and working on the computer, the shoulders can get stiff and achy. Working out these rough spots can be intense at times but with my years of experience with intuitive bodywork, I "smooth out" the relevant muscles in such a way where you will feel instant relief without feeling "beat up" after the session.
This is probably the most requested technique since adding it to my session three years ago. I worked with a Thai massage therapist and learned some stretches that I can incorporate into the massage if so desired. This technique is excellent for the gluteus muscles, hamstrings and related sciatica issues.
Light touch massage:
As the name suggests, this is for those who like a lighter approach to massage. I recently received a massage that was light and found that it can be very relaxing as well. It can almost put you to sleep if done correctly.
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