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555 Holly Park Cir
San Francisco,
CA
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San Francisco is full of forward-thinking people open to alternative medicines, but for many – especially people not of Chinese descent – qi gong still retains an air of mystery. The House of Qi in Bernal Heights combines acupuncture and chiropractic applications with herbal medicine and integrative qi gong, a specially developed practice that focuses on the yin, or feminine energy, that helps injuries and various imbalances correct themselves from within. Unique, innovative devices utilize tension and resistance, placing patients in various yoga-like poses, in order to dissolve even the deepest traumas. If the idea of "bad energy" sounds hopelessly namby-pamby to some, it's proven effective in easing stress and promoting youthful vigor in others, even weaning some pain-addled folks off painkillers. And from the simple, spare and dedicated House of Qi, it’s possible to find your own level of relief.
10 Eugenia Ave
San Francisco,
CA
US
With the fun and whimsical names given to many of the services at Relax Feet Massage, it's no surprise that services here come with a little extra personality. The Beer Drinker and Hell Raisers massage, for one, gives clients a fresh new start by targeting pressure points on the head and feet that help relieve stressors in the liver and lungs. Then there's the White Collar Special massage, which soothes areas that bear the burden of desk jobs?the neck, shoulders, waist, and hands. Every massage comes with a foot soak infused with herbs like lavender and jasmine, which may help ease ailments such as insomnia or bolster immune systems. And at the Sutter and Post Street locations, the team offers clients a hot pad that they drape over the neck and shoulders to further ease tension and encourage relaxation. The team also takes pride in keeping each location impeccable, which includes sending their towels away to be thoroughly cleaned and raised in a boarding school.
30 29th St.
San Francisco,
CA
US
381 Park St
San Francisco,
CA
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4077 24th St
San Francisco,
CA
US
Bernal Heights’ small, upstairs Pilates studio is where San Franciscans enter as asymmetrical lumps and exit as reproductions of a lithe Greek sculpture. Pilates Heights is also a healing space for people recovering from serious injuries and others merely looking to strengthen their core and elongate their spines. The mixed-level classes, ease of dropping in and pragmatic focus on what regular people are looking for – namely: flat stomachs, toned arms, firm legs – make this cheery space a standout in a neighborhood that’s seemingly overloaded with other options for those with a fetish for morning stretches. The tall, long rooms come stuffed with a variety of necessary athletic accoutrement, from yoga balls to freestanding reformers – and plenty of soft, cushiony mats, of course.
324 Cortland Ave
San Francisco,
CA
US
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