Meet Our Therapists

Meet our amazing team. We know you want a massage therapist who can skillfully address your needs, so we hire only those therapists who meet our high standards of professionalism, skill and comprehensive awesomeness. We love our team and know that you will too!

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Abbey Campbell, CMT is a graduate of the Finger Lakes School of Massage in Ithaca, NY and has completed over 1000 hours of study

Abby is a practitioner of Integrative Bodywork. She has over 1000 hours of training and has practiced for the last 8 years in the San Francisco Bay Area and Hawaii. Her sessions weave together specific massage and bodywork techniques including Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, Swedish Relaxation, Energy Work and Reiki, Yoga, Prenatal, and Somatic Awareness.

Adam is the founder of Oxygen Massage Therapy and he offers general healing sessions which integrate mind, body and spirit.

Amy has fifteen years of experience and is dedicated to applying her knowledge, experience, and passion to creating the best therapeutic massage for your individual wellness goals.

Angela completed her studies in Holistic Health Education through the graduate program at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, CA. After receiving her MA she was hired to be the Administrative Director for the Ford Institute of Integrative Coaching at John F. Kennedy University. That position led to an operations position with the University of California, Berkeley Women’s Basketball team. While holding these and other administrative positions, she found ways to stay connected to her holistic health leanings.

Antonio Krebs, CMT

Antonio is a graduate from Cortiva Institute in Seattle, WA. He has over 1000 hours of training and nearly 10 years of experience. He customizes sessions to attend to different needs, blending modalities like Swedish massage, deep tissue, myofascial release and acupressure. His main focus is on structural bodywork but he also works with the emotional and energy bodies, being a certified Zero Balancer and student of Craniosacral therapy with several schools.

Cindy Meiri, CMT began learning about the power of the body-mind connection, and the potential for healing as a gymnast and dancer at age 5.

Daniela has been licensed to practice massage since 2008. She graduated from the massage program at Ashmead College in Seattle with additional training at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City

With a background in the life sciences, Davina has been a certified massage therapist since 2009. Davina blends Eastern and Western bodywork techniques for a perfectly integrated treatment to restore the mind-body connection. Her touch is gentle and focused, concentrating on each client’s specific needs.

Jenni’s massage is thoughtfully composed, thorough, and grounded, integrating confident, relaxing rhythms with precise targeting of problem areas to ease muscular movement while soothing the nervous system.

Jessica has been a certified Massage Therapist since 2007, a certified CranioSacral Therapist since 2011, and has also done extensive training in Neuro-Muscular Therapy and Somato-Emotional release.

Jessica Biedron has been a practicing Massage Therapist since 2000 and is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist. Her bodywork style is eclectic, exploratory and intuitive with strong foundational skills in deep tissue and myofascial techniques.

Julia Penrose is a graduate of San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork. She blends various modalities (including deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point, Craniosacral and others) to create sessions best suited to her clients' needs. As a young girl watching her mother go through medical school and become an osteopath, Julia developed an early love of anatomy and the nuance of healing.

Kate’s massage and bodywork practice is an integration of presence and intuitive work that is deeply influenced by Ortho-Bionomy®.

‘Ortho-Bionomy is a gentle, non-invasive system of healing that reminds the body of its natural ability to restore balance. Its principles are based on a simple and profound philosophy: allow the body to correct itself. The hallmark of Ortho-Bionomy is pain relief.’

Blending the nurturing long strokes of Esalen Massage, therapeutic detail work of Deep Tissue,CranioSacral and Reiki, Kathleen’s massage leaves you feeling both deeply relaxed and physically integrated.

Kevin Whelan, CMT works with a unique blend of intuition and structural knowledge to create space for his clients to experience greater physical and mental alignment.

Madeleine grew up in Hawaii and has been interested in the healing arts since finding a book on natural remedies on her parents bookshelf as a teenager. She has worked as a full-time licensed massage therapist since 2004 after attending The San Francisco School of Massage with further studies at The Acupressure Institute and The Milne Institute.

Margaret Eisenberg, CMT, SEP offers beautiful powerful Massage & Bodywork. She combines slow profound Deep Tissue work & Myofascial attention, Swedish flow/integration, Subtle techniques (such as Craniosacral and Jin Shin Jyutsu), and lots of Intuition & Presence. Margaret is also delighted to offer Craniosacral Therapy Sessions, as well as Pre-natal massage

With a background in crisis support and trauma recovery, Megan has a warm, grounded presence and compassionate listening style. She is passionate about creating a safe space for clients to release held tension, unwind patterns of discomfort and pain, and return to a grounded sense of ease in the body.

Rachel works to cultivate awareness in the body and the mind to help people feel more comfortable in their authentic selves. Her approach draws from a variety of modalities, her favorite being Deep Tissue, Thai massage, Trigger Point, and Reiki. Whatever modality is chosen, her individualized sessions feature a relaxing rhythm, genuine presence, and targeted work.

Rei Blume has studied and practiced in Thailand, Japan and SF Bay. She integrates Swedish, Shiatsu and Deep tissue.

Rosetta is a 2006 graduate of the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York City completing over 1200 hours of training. Over the last 12+ years, she has worked in Boston and New York City before moving to San Francisco. Having worked in fitness clubs and a day spa focusing on therapeutic treatments, she understands how work and life can put stress on the body. Her work encompasses deep slow specific techniques and she treats the body as a whole.

Silvia Castello, CMT, graduated from SF School of Massage and Bodywork in 2017. Her bodywork style is a unique and flowing blend of different modalities that take shape based on the individual needs

Sue initially studied Thai Massage and other healing modalities in her native Thailand and continues to enhance her practice at San Francisco School of Massage & Bodywork.

Thecla Daniel, LMT is a graduate of The McKinnon Massage Institute of Oakland, CA and Clayton College of Natural Health Studies in Alabama.

Theresa is grounded in her approach, with a firm belief that listening to her clients is the key to providing optimum benefits. Theresa graduated from the San Francisco school of Massage in June 2018 and has been working full time doing body work since, while continuing to attend workshops and classes.

A repeating theme with Tina is very deep work. Trained in Tom Myer's Anatomy Trains, Tina incorporates the techniques of myofascial release into a deep tissue session. Goals are established to search for the source of pain, whether it be physical imbalances or trapped chronic holding patterns.

With experience practicing as a treatment-based massage therapist since 2015, Vicky is committed to providing holistic bodywork that empowers clients through their healing journey. Vicky combines deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release to help clients connect with and work through chronic pain and injuries.

Victoria has 1000+ hours of formal massage training and have been a Massage Therapist for 17 years. Her touch is firm and intentional. Victoria finds delight in the challenge of helping those with chronic pain find a path to relief and optimal function. Her technique varies in response to customer feedback and a combination of tactile and intuitive observation.

Vivian completed her Professional Massage Therapist training at The World School of Massage and Healing Arts, and has been working as a Massage Therapist since 2014.

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