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- $35 for one one-hour massage (a $93 value)
- $99 for three one-hour massages (a $279 value)<p>
Nationally certified massage therapist Kristina Meister, who specializes in massage for injuries, pregnancy, and delicate conditions, personalizes a combination of bodywork techniques and stretches. She can also offer advice on nutrition and health to those who inquire.<p>
Bridges Rock Gym
A chalky hand swings over the top of the wall, grasping onto the red hold embedded in its surface. After a tense moment, a second hand swings up, pulling the rest of the climber's body up with it. Having successfully scaled 18-foot top-out boulder, the climber scurries back down the wall she has just conquered, swapping places with her spotter below.
This cycle repeats throughout the day at Bridges Rock Gym, spurred on by a crew of climbing enthusiasts and instructors who initiate people into the low-altitude sport of bouldering. That form of climbing emphasizes solving climbing problems and chasing archaeologists through ancient caves. The gym unleashes visitors' inner mountain goats with their well-maintained climbing facilities, including an overhanging indoor-climbing cave that thoroughly punishes muscles into growth and top-rope climbing walls that help beginners get the hang of scaling the crag.
While specializing in the art of ascents, Bridges also bolsters patron fitness. Yoga and fitness classes, as well as a fleet of cardio equipment, facilitate heart-strengthening workouts. Waves of free WiFi allow mountaineers uninterrupted access to videos of their pet rocks, best enjoyed with a fresh house-made juice or sandwich in the gym's lounge.
“Great staff, Emily was super helpful, they really helped make our anniversary special~”
“Be sure to arrive early on weekdays if you want to use the actual rock climbing wall (where one person belays and the other climbs)---You need to be shown how to use...”
“Be sure to arrive early on weekdays if you want to use the actual rock climbing wall (where one person belays and the other climbs)---You need to be shown how to use it, and the staff can only show you if it's not super-crowded. But even if you don't get to use that wall, bouldering by itself is super fun :-) Just make sure you warm up your arms and wear something that can get chalk all over it ^.^”
“Excellent place and friendly staff.”
5635 San Diego St.
El Cerrito, California 94530