You matter!

Take time for yourself

Freedom from pain

Imagine what you can do

Go for it!

Improve your athletic performance

Relax • Realign • Rejuvenate

Dedicated to your health and well-being

We've got your back!

Deep Tissue • Neuromuscular • Myofascial Release • Neurokinetic Therapy

Our Goal

At the Deep Tissue Massage Center in Santa Barbara, we are dedicated to bringing health and healing to our clients. Our practice is based on the belief that the clients’ needs are of the utmost importance, and we are committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat clients and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and provide you with exceptional service.

Personalized, Highly Effective Bodywork

We offer highly specific bodywork, and a comprehensive approach that successfully addresses a wide range of physical issues. At the Deep Tissue Massage Center, we see people with a wide range of needs and conditions. We recognize that no two bodies are alike, and we treat you accordingly, tailoring each massage specifically to your body’s needs.

Our approach effectively treats a variety of neuromuscular disorders

Low Back Pain

Neck Pain

Hip Pain

Knee and Ankle Pain

Shoulder Pain

Elbow and Wrist Pain

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Sciatica

Sacroiliac Joint pain

Post-surgical scar tissue

I. T. Band Syndrome

Plantar Fasciatis

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Integrative Orthopedic Massage

Designed for pain relief, and optimal muscular and fascial tissue function and alignment. This treatment is perfect for individuals with acute or chronic pain patterns, and athletes seeking optimal performance!

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Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage

Promotes full-body stress relief, healthy function of muscle tissues, and speeds recovery.

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Neurokinetic Therapy

A cutting edge treatment protocol, often referred to as “The Missing Link” in bodywork, that quickly and successfully corrects dysfunctional muscular relationships and patterns.

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