Salus Massage And Bodywork

Salus Massage And Bodywork

1 employee
8 years in business

About this pro

Heather practices Thai Yoga Massage, Deep Tissue, Trigger-Point Release (Myofascial Therapy), NeuroMuscular Reprogramming (NMR), Swedish, Aromatherapy, and Sport Massage Therapy. She is an accomplished Certified Massage Therapist, having graduated from the National Holistic Institute with over 900 hours of anatomical, kinesthetic, and practical massage training in 2013. 

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San Francisco, CA 94118
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What is your typical process for working with a new client?

We talk for a few minutes about past history of accidents, injuries, surgeries, and other trauma, I do a visual assessment and sometimes a ROM assessment if needed, and the client tells me their goal for the session.

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

Became certified in Thai massage in Bangkok in 2007.

Completed over 950 hours of education at the National Holistic Institute of San Francisco in 2013 in order to become certified in the state of California.

Currently completing certification for, Neuromuscular Reprogramming in Mill Valley, CA at the Healus NeuroRehab Center as of 2015.

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

Yes. $85/60 min.

         $120/90 minutes

         $150/120 minutes

How did you get started?

I started my private practice from my externship as a student at a wellness center that provides space for independent practitioners in healing practices right after graduating from NHI and becoming certified in Massage Therapy. I still operate my business out of the same location I started at.

What types of customers have you worked with?

I've worked with everyone from professional athletes like basketball players, MMA fighters, people with desk jobs, drivers, servers, bartenders, massage therapists, pregnant clients, elderly clients, clients with frozen shoulder and scleroderma, survivors of trauma, dancers, marathon runners, etc.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a professional in your area of expertise?

Make sure to be realistic about your goals, given your history of injuries and trauma, and to be forthcoming about your history with your therapist. Research your therapist, and if you're nervous, give them a call and chat about what you need.