Bee is the founder of Buddha Bliss. She has trained at the San Francisco School of Massage and Mckinnon Body Therapy Center in Oakland. She started in the field of bodywork in 2008. Trained in Thai massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Reflexology, Lymphatic, Pregnancy, Shiatsu, Hot Stone Massage, and Reiki. Bee herself regularly receives a massage and this gives her a better understanding of what the body needs and incorporates it into her sessions. Her work is intuitive and focuses on creating a healing environment for the clients. Bee believes that massage is therapeutic and can help to heal what ails you to balance your energy.
Thaa is a well-rounded and adaptable massage therapist. Thaa is a nurturer by nature. She gives a warm and healing touch to her clients, whether it’s relieving pain and injuries through deep and specific treatment and Deep Tissue work, a luxurious relaxation full-body Swedish massage, or helping moms through their pregnancies. Thaa has a diverse skillset that benefits a wide variety of clients.
Lidia incorporates Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Thai Massage in sessions created around meeting her clients’ needs in the present moment. She has supported clients through her therapeutic touch and intention to create a quiet space for self-healing. Her massage tends to be slow, fluid, and intuitive as she envisions the effects of the bodywork on the cellular and energetic levels. By calming the nervous system, her approach facilitates the relaxation of muscles and stillness of the mind.
Note believes in the restorative power of caring therapeutic touch and its integral role in overall health + wellness. It is his goal is to provide his clients with tools to manage their pain, reduce the physical/emotional effects of stress, and promote holistic wellness by addressing the entire body. He practices an integrative approach combining Eastern & Western techniques to address each client’s individual needs. Note strives to create a safe, nurturing environment in which he works together with clients to address their concerns.