FEEL The BODY Massage Therapy & Bodywork

FEEL The BODY Massage Therapy & Bodywork

5.0 (2)
2 hires on Thervo
2 employees
22 years in business

About this pro

We offer two types of massage sessions.  Our most popular sessions are our Tandem (4 Hand) massage sessions.

Provided by Bryan (Celebrated 20 years on March 11, 2020) and myself (Andy) over 10 years together providing our community with this unique experience.   

We have people say "it was like an out of body experience!"

Both of us are Certified, Licensed Holistic Health Practitioners in Integrative Massage Therapy and Bodywork.

We also provide regular 1 on 1 Swedish/Therapeutic Massage sessions.  However we are both trained in many modalities and will incorporate these modalities into a session for a more synergistic approach.   

We understand that everyone is differant and we understand how the power of touch can work on an individual basis and we don't all respond the same way.  So we have different tools/modalities in order to achieve the best results, while helping the guest to relax and enjoy their experience. 

About Us:

BRYAN now Certified Holistic Health Practitioner completed his 1008 hours in 2015.  However, he started providing massage back in March 2000 after attending Mueller College of Holistic Studies, to get his initial 100 hours. (when 100 hours was all that was needed to be certified) Bryan has worked in San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, Palm Springs, Las Vegas and Utah. 

ANDY trained for several years along side Bryan as they started providing Tandem massage sessions in Salt Lake City back in April 2009.

EDUCATION:HHP 

From February 2014 - May 2015, Bryan and Andy both returned to Mueller College of Holistic Studies in San Diego and completed the 1008 Hours needed for their Holistic Health Practitioners Certifications.  

There are many things we love about the work that we do.

Just knowing that what we offer is such an amazing gift that we enjoy sharing.  Seeing how we are able to assist in facilitating the healing that can improve someone's quality of life through massage therapy and bodywork is just awesome. 

There are so many things we can do as massage therapists that help facilitate in ones healing process.  As it does this by doing a couple simple things like stimulating the nervous system, increasing the blood and oxygen flow and eliminating toxins and lactic acid from the muscles in the body. 

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Credentials

San Diego, CA 92110
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Chris A.

    I arrived in pain at level 7 of 10. The relief was wonderfully applied and gratefully received. This morning, I awoke pain free for the first time in weeks.

  • Theresa R.

    I had massage work done by Bryan and Andy, they are great, very professional, knowledgeable and fair priced. They even came to my home. Made sure to ask if aromatherapy oils could be incorporated in my massage, and it made for a great experience. I had a knot in my back, they worked it out, and my neck was so stiff it hurt to turn to the right, I felt much better after. Love these guys! Will definitely use again.



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We have a brief introductory to determine what a person needs, if there are any issues (chronic, or repetative injuries)the client has going on with them along with injuries or recent surgeries. 

Sort of a discovery session to help us know the direction we can give them the best massage that is modified for their body specifically.  


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Here at FEEL the BODY massage therapy & bodywork you have 2 Licensed Massage Therapists both of us are Certified Holistic Health Practitioners in Integrative Massage Therapy & Bodywork,  having completed over 1008 hours of curriculum at Mueller College of Holistic Studies.

We have been working together over 10 years providing unique 1 of a kind experience that leaves you in a total state of bliss! It has been said to help transcend a person into a deeper state of relaxation. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

We have Two price points mainly.

1st is what we call our Standard rate which covers Swedish, Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Sports, Thai, Tuina, Shiatsu etc.  These are also 1 on 1 sessions:

Listed as Swedish/Therapeutic  In-Call Rates are: $80/60 Minutes                                                  $120/90 Minutes

2nd - Tandem (4 Hand)Massage In-Call Rates: $120/60 Minutes                                              $170/90 Minutes

Out-Calls add $25 to any session.  (Up to 40 Miles) South Orange County Out-Calls or over 40-60 miles add $40. 


How did you get started in this business?

Andy's Story:

Andy started working with Bryan after closing a travel agency in Newport Beach, CA. And making a move to Utah with Bryan, where he found finding a job difficult.  So getting depressed and bummed Bryan mentioned that maybe we should offer a 4 Hand Massage on Craigslist and he could just mirror his movements opposite side of the body.  

So they had their first client showed up and that first client became their first regular client on a weekly to biweekly basis at times for 5 years, that was when they moved back to California so Bryan could continue his education at Mueller College to get his Holistic Health Certificate.  And convinced Andy to join him in the classes.  

Bryan's Story:

Bryan had been interested in sports and weight training from around the age of 12.  When a friend who wss 3 years older started wrestling and weight training, and bought a weight bench where Bryan would practice with his friend whether sparring or spotting.   He became intrigued with working out and reading articles from  Muscle and Fitness, Flex or Mens Health magazines, and learning about injuries and medical breakthroughs.  And that lead to a progression learning about the BODY and Mind Connection.

So anyway he always had an interest in massage therapy.  But never perused it until flooding his job in Las Vegas and making a move to San Diego at the end of 1999.  After waiting tables for 3 months at a restraunt that the owners up and disappeared over night.  He was back looking for a job.  

Bryan had a roommate that asked Bryan what he was really interested in doing and his answer was working with his hands, making people feel good and working out.  So he also mentioned that massage therapy was always an interest since he had only had only 2 sessions ever, but could remember how it made his body feel after. His roommate told him to research a couple schools in town and he would help him pay for it.  So the next day Bryan checked out 2 schools 1 of them had what they called an advanced training course that was 10 days 12 hours a day with with 1 hour lunch a 4 - 15 minute breaks.  Which at the time you only needed 100 hours to get Certified as a massage therapist.  It cost $900 and Bryan was enrolled the following week.  

Of course he gave his roommate discounted sessions for life to pay him back.