Swedish Massage in Lower Haight


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  • John A Wilson- East West Massage
    Most popular service: Deep-tissue massage Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2002 Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: No Q&A with John Wilson, Massage Therapist Out of your entire repertoire, which is your favorite service to perform and why? Deep tissue and structural integration allow me to address the source of physical problems rather than just the symptoms. What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a client? A client found complete relief from pain and was able to walk upright again without a cane. What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease? I communicate clearly about the issues they want to address.
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    837 Oak St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Essential Wellness
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    557 Waller St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Massage Garage
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    557 Waller Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Earthbody
    When Earthbody looks to hire new massage therapists and licensed aestheticians, it doesn't consider recent graduates?rather, it's looking for people with years of training and experience beneath their belts, and who still love what they do. It wants people who are healers at heart, able to lavish each client with skillful services and attention. Each detail at Earthbody has been carried out with similar mindfulness?from the spa's own line of organic body and facial products, all crafted in small batches in San Francisco, to little luxuries such as heated and infused foot towels and complimentary tea service. To set the mood, the staff lights soy candles and tea lights, which burn cleanly so that even those with allergies can breathe easily. Surrounded by this soft glow, aestheticians renew skin with facials or treat bodies to massages that not only make muscles feel great but also uproot deep-seated tension. After each session?be it a couples massage or hot-oil Indian scalp treatment?the staff can compost, recycle, or launder everything used during the sessions. Dr. Shawn Goozh, a licensed clinical psychologist, also offers somatic-psychotherapy sessions that use bodywork to deepen traditional psychotherapy. The staff's attention to detail hasn't gone unnoticed by the media. "This intimate Hayes Valley spot is more healing center than mere day spa," writes the San Francisco Bay Guardian. "Therapists are trained in several modalities and develop custom sessions for every client, including consultations before and after treatment." In 2010, SF Weekly named Earthbody its pick for best day spa, citing its "ecological sustainability and ancient holistic rites."
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    534 Laguna St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Hands of Duane
    Massage therapist Duane started studying therapeutic bodywork after a career in IT impressed upon him the stresses and muscle pains that plague people every day. During each massage session, Duane tailors his techniques to soothe fussy muscles like a warm bottle of milk soothes a fussy police officer. The long, calming stokes of Swedish massage interweave with the firm pressure of deep-tissue massage and the knot-busting trigger-point technique to relieve pain and keep clients relaxed.
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    2120 Market St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Jessica's Therapeutic Care Massage
    As a practicing certified massage therapist for over two years, Jessica Gedrocz's core belief is that the power of touch can revitalize all parts of the body and mind. Using a variety of modalities such as Swedish, deep tissue, myofacial release, trigger point therapy, Ortho-Bionomy, advanced neck work, and advanced massage, Jessica helps her clients receive a consortium of benefits, such as a decrease in anxiety, an improvement in concentration, and an increase in muscle flexibility.
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    5 Banneker Way Apt A
    San Francisco, CA US
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