SheMassageLA

Hi! Thank you for your consideration of having me as your potential therapist. I am a Certified massage therapist with 720 hours and 9 years of experience. I graduated in 2007 from California Healing Arts College. I'm certified in several different modalities including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Reflexology, and Shiatsu. I am also an ABMP member. I've Worked for Burke Williams (Torrance, CA) and The Massage Garage (Culver City CA). I had some great experiences with both companies....

Hi! Thank you for your consideration of having me as your potential therapist. I am a Certified massage therapist with 720 hours and 9 years of experience. I graduated in 2007 from California Healing Arts College. I'm certified in several different modalities including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Reflexology, and Shiatsu. I am also an ABMP member. I've Worked for Burke Williams (Torrance, CA) and The Massage Garage (Culver City CA). I had some great experiences with both companies.

I started a career in massage therapy because I experienced an injury that kept me from doing what I love most, playing basketball! I decided to help those who may have experienced similar outcomes as I. So the benefits of my technique is very therapeutic. I am a predominately a mobile therapist however, I do except both in/out call referrals. I do most of my business in the lovely city of Los Angeles. The name of my business is SheMassageLA.  I take great pleasure in being a part of the healing process.                                                                   

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Where I Work
Available Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Education
2007

CALIFORNIA HEALING ARTS COLLEGE

MASSAGE THERAPY MASTER

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Mobile Esalen Massage
  • Mobile Deep Tissue
  • Mobile Therapeutic Touch
  • Mobile Swedish Massage

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