Our Massage Therapists
As a young man, Alex realized that it was his mission in life to be a healer. He took his initial massage training in 1992, when he was only 23. A key thing he’s learned is that healing is a simple combination of intention and attention, a realization that freed him to develop a massage that both feels great and heals physically and energetically. His work tends to be deep, and is great for active people and athletes. Alex offers Deep Tissue, Sports, Esalen, Swedish, Trigger Point, and Polarity Therapy. He also incorporates energy work, Shiatsu, Acu-pressure, and fascia release. Alex’s hours are Thursday and Friday: 9am-3pm.
Candace, CMT, CEO
After six years in the tech industry, Candace turned away from the cold world of computers and pursued a more people-oriented career. In 2000 she completed a basic Shiatsu course at the San Francisco School of Massage, which piqued her interest in bodywork. She continued to study a range of healing modalities, including Cranial Sacral therapy, Watsu, prenatal massage, and, most influentially, structural bodywork. Since 1999, massage has been her passion and driving force. She recognizes the critical importance of human touch and therapeutic bodywork, and strives to keep this valuable health service accessible to all income levels and walks of life.
After 10 years of working in child and family services, Catherine moved from the east coast to California to study massage. She transformed her passion for helping others to a passion for bodywork. She is proficient in the modalities of deep tissue, sports, acupressure, hot stone, pre-natal and relaxation massage. Her style is a therapeutic massage based on the various modalities that she has studied and her understanding of body assessment mixed together to meet clients individual needs. Her motivation is for each client to walk away from the massage feeling relaxed, balanced and rejuvenated. Catherine’s hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 3pm-9pm, and Sunday: 1pm-7pm.
Ceyoni has always had an interest in the human body and the healing arts. As a personal trainer Ceyoni decided to fuse his love of fitness with massage and healing. He had always utilized massage elements into his client’s workouts in order to relieve areas of discomfort and tightness. In 2005 Ceyoni became a certified massage therapist practicing in the Bay Area. His specialties are deep tissue, Swedish, cranial sacral, pressure point and pre -natal massage. In his free time along with working out Ceyoni enjoys singing and playing his guitar, creating music and art. Ceyoni believes you can “relieve tension through touch” and “relieve stress through strength”.
Cory is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner, HHP, from Mueller College based in San Diego. He approaches every therapeutic session as a problem solver; viewing the body as if it were a puzzle, and piecing the puzzle back together in symmetry. Keeping this in mind he meticulously works on the body correcting deviations and poor posture alignment while creating a relaxing experience in order to cooperate with the muscle fascia release. Favoring the western therapeutic approach to body work, Cory utilizes Myoskeletal Alignment, Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Myofascia and Sports Massage, while integrating stretching and mobilization at the request of the client. Cory’s free time is spent cycling, hiking, going to the gym, rock climbing, and appreciating various genres of music while his choice instrument is the saxophone.
As a Bay Area Native, Ereene’s passion for the healing arts began in 2007 when she graduated from the National Holistic Institute. What she loves most about being a massage therapist is being able to help aid clients towards both physical and energetic balance while making connections with all walks of life. She is versed in deep tissue, swedish, prenatal and shiatsu massage. During her spare time, she enjoys painting, rock climbing, surfing, stand up paddle boarding and running. Ereene’s hours are Wednesday and Saturday: 3pm-9pm.
Jamie came to San Francisco from Texas in 2012 in pursuit of love and happiness. She has been doing massage and bodywork since 2008 and has accumulated over 800 hours of training. Her work is on the clinical side and she enjoys Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release and Prenatal massage. Her massage mainly involves a Swedish/Deep Tissue blend, activating the Parasympathetic Nervous System before going into the deeper layers of tissue. She enjoys the personal connection achieved when working with people in her practice, bringing people relief from stress and tension, and providing them space to feel cared for and nurtured. Jamie’s hours are Thursday 4:15pm-9pm, Friday and Saturday: 9am-3pm.
Jennifer has been a massage therapist since 2011 and has over 700 hours of massage training, including the 500 hour foundation program at San Francisco School of Massage and Bodywork. She is certified in Zen Shiatsu, which she integrates at In-Symmetry with Deep Tissue and Sports Massage on the table. Her priority in sessions is listening and tuning in to the client to find where tension is held, and then using the right pressure and techniques to facilitate deep relaxation. Jennifer is also certified in Oncology Massage and is a Society for Oncology Massage preferred practitioner, and volunteers monthly at the Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic. Jennifer’s hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: 9am-3pm.
John, CMT, LAc
Originally from the Caribbean, John believes that people are not just the sum of their body parts. It is for this reason that he has been able to integrate wide range of massage and bodywork modalities such as Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Shiatsu, Tuina, Sports and Orthopedic Massage within a frame of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Energy Work. Being a Licensed Acupuncturist by the State of California has allowed him to not just have more powerful tools to address your musculoskeletal issues but also address more internal health aspects of your body, mind and spirit. John’s hours are Tuesday and Saturday: 3pm-9pm, and Sunday: 1pm-7pm .
Sarah B, CMT
After pursuing education in Western medicine Sarah decided to switch directions & head into holistic healing. She worked a desk job for many years at UCSF and felt the direct effects of sitting for long hours. At In-Symmetry she gives simple pointers on how to have more body awareness at desks and offers tools to relieve daily tension and stress. She also volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House once a week massaging the parents of chronically sick children. Sarah feels connected to every person that she touches, and tries to listen and learn from every client that enters her room. Sarah B’s hours are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: 3pm-9pm, and Sunday: 11:30am-6pm.
Sarah P, CMT
Sarah is a Bay Area native who received her training from the San Francisco School of Massage & Bodywork. Sarah utilizes a blend of modalities to provide relief from stress, discomfort and dysfunction. Drawing from a mix of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release and Neuromuscular techniques, Sarah creates customized sessions based on the needs and preferences of her clients. She focuses on providing therapeutic release, with an emphasis on relaxation.
Tina is a graduate of the National Holistic Institute in San Francisco. With over 900 hours of massage training, including deep tissue, Swedish, Shiatsu, sports massage, and myofascial therapy, Tina integrates many modalities into her massage in order to provide the most effective treatment for her clients. Her approach to massage is to treat each client with compassion and to listen to not only their words, but also to their bodies to ensure that her client’s needs are being satisfied. Her interest in massage therapy and its benefits began at a young age while looking for a deeper understanding of the mind/body connection. Tina’s hours are Thursday and Sunday: 3pm-9pm.
Torrey studied body work at Maui School of Therapeutic Massage. She integrates deep tissue, Myofascial release, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, hot stones, Reiki and other modalities to relieve pain and increase circulation. Her unique style combines deep work and a rhythmic flow to maximize relaxation and emotional well-being. She is very grateful to share and practice the healing arts. Torrey’s hours are Monday, Friday and Saturday: 3pm-9pm, and Sunday: 12pm-6pm.