Tyler Chamberlain

Feel great today: call/text 415-275-0167

(Now offering Lomi Lomi!)

How do you want to feel? Right now? What's preventing you from feeling that way?

For me, it all starts with those questions. We've all been there, where something just feels a little "off".  Energy level is low, perhaps not sleeping well; random points of pain, the sources of which are ambiguous at best; difficulty moving, waking up and suddenly not being able to lift your leg or turn your head to the right for some unknown reason; emotionally drained or fragmented, an...

(Now offering Lomi Lomi!)

How do you want to feel? Right now? What's preventing you from feeling that way?

For me, it all starts with those questions. We've all been there, where something just feels a little "off".  Energy level is low, perhaps not sleeping well; random points of pain, the sources of which are ambiguous at best; difficulty moving, waking up and suddenly not being able to lift your leg or turn your head to the right for some unknown reason; emotionally drained or fragmented, and just looking for a little more balance in your body and mind. 

We've all been there - in fact, we're all there right now. That's why you're reading this. :)

Our anatomy works as a cohesive, singular unit. The muscles, fascia, bones, tendons, and ligaments can be located, touched, and encouraged to move with more comfort. But it's the layers within, the unexpected (and often magical) connections between the obvious and the less understood, that really excite me: how gentle stretching can allow the opposing muscle to relax; how non-invasive Vagus nerve work can almost immediately relax the entire body; how unraveling the fascia (the stuff that holds it all in place) is so critical to overall muscle mobility & health; how simply receiving touch can invigorate the soul. And anatomy can only function at it's the highest level when it's in harmony with nerve-energy and emotional balance. That's what the "Integrative" of "Integrative Bodywork" means to me. Bodywork truly is a fluid blend of these 3 things.

Bringing attention to your body increases your self-awareness, your body-awareness, encouraging still moments within yourself to let go a bit. Sometimes, we just need a structured place to almost force us to relax.
  
I've heard my role as a massage therapist described as that of a chameleon, and that resonates. Occasionally, we need to get deep into the tissue. We need to spend the full session working on a specific area which requires some digging. We'll make a plan and get after it. 

Music is such a critical element, since we're really working with all the senses. From chamber music if you want to be soothed, to journeying sounds if you want to zone out, to underground techno if you want to be energized, we'll find the right fit. 

Perhaps most importantly, I firmly believe in the power of human touch. It's OK to want that, to simply receive pleasure, to have a safe place where you can just feel good. To have an energetically clean and soft space to relax. How often I observe clients who simply want to receive a relaxing, pleasurable massage, and are almost embarrassed to say it as if it's not a good enough reason. IT IS!

I've been in San Francisco now about 22 years (all pretty much within 7 blocks of Alamo Square), and am excited to be caring for those with whom I call it home. There's really such great energy already in the studio, and I hope to share in that energy with all of you (the space is shared with a wonderful Acupuncturist, Shawna Seth - https://www.shawnaseth.com - check her out!).

Tyler's Rates:
60 minutes: $100
90 minutes: $140
120 minutes: $170  

If you want some other time period, let me know, we can figure out the right timing (75 mins, 3 hours, whatever). And I so strongly believe a 90-minute massage is that much better than a 60, that I'd like to offer your first massage at $100 for 90-minutes.

BOOKING NOTE: for first-time clients, the "pay in person" payment option is not available (only "pre-pay"). Please just send me a text, as I do NOT require pre-payment, and I'll respond promptly: 415-275-0167

Credit cards accepted.
Outcall services are preferably for clients with whom I've already met and worked. But if that doesn't work out, text me and maybe we can figure something out (as you've likely guessed by now, takes a lot to rile me up. :)

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Licenses
Massage

CA # 76691

Education
2018

San Francisco School of Massage

600-hour Massage Therapist Program

2019

Diamond Light School of Massage

Lomi Lomi

Experience
Bodywork

Other

Teachers Assistant at the San Francisco School of Massage

Other

Integrated bodywork utilizing whatever modalities are most beneficial and appropriate for the client.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Swedish Massage
  • Mobile Swedish Massage

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