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It’s not just a luxury. Massage is an important part of a fitness program. Coupled with your exercise routine, massage can shorten recovery time, reduce risk of injury, improve event preparation, increase range of motion and muscle flexibility, and maximize your body’s nutrient and oxygen supply via increased blood flow.
We offer massage services for recovery and relaxation.
To get the most out of your sports massage, inform your massage therapist about your current exercise activities and whether you have any injuries or specific concerns. Please note, you may experience a slight soreness after a massage. Just as with your fitness training, remember to arrange for regular massage appointments.
Our massage therapy is not only for fitness participants or our members (we provide services and pricing for members and non-members alike). A regular massage therapy routine can reduce pain, improve circulation, increase immune efficiency, enhances focus and emotional balance, and improve your appearance.
Fitness itself meant by a comprehensive program to restore and maintain health through organic union of different methods of physical training, sports equipment and other diverse health promotion.
827 Shrader St,
San Francisco, California 94117
Tel: (415) 869 2000