Why massage?

My favorite part was that he tried techniques that were different  from what I've experienced in the past. It brought out my own awareness of areas that are in need of more care and attention.

-- Emily J.

I liked his detailed style. He doesn't just brush over the muscles but ''sinks'' into the muscles and their lines.

-- Kenneth K.

This was the first full body massage I experienced. I was very relaxed and comfortable with Chuin.

-- Connie C.

Very relaxing and restorative. Chuin has a great gentle touch and respect for the body. Very healing.

-- Daniela F.

I had such a great experience. It was my birthday and I was unsure about trying out a new therapist. Chuin was very warm and I immediately felt comfortable. I enjoyed his style as a therapist and recommend him highly.

-- Al.

Client feedback


Musicians, programmers, athletes, performers, artists, take note!

Massage therapy can be a powerful ally in your wellness program. Experts say that while relaxation (26 percent) is still a motive for Americans integrating massage into their routines, using massage therapy for medical purposes (30 percent) such as injury recovery, pain reduction, headache control, and for their overall health and wellness, is even more prevalent.

Older baby boomers (ages 55 to 64) have tripled their use of massage over the past 10 years, as did those ages 65 and older.

Massage therapy was three times more popular as a form of pain relief among 18- to 24-year-olds than medication (34 percent for massage versus 10 percent for medication).

Ninety-eight percent of Gen X’s believe massage can be an effective way to relieve pain and 37 percent have already had a massage to relieve pain.

Full source: Opinion Research Corporation International August 10-13, 2006, commissioned by The American Massage Therapy Association.