Quote of the Week:

Client: What’s that?

Me: That is your piriformis

Client: Piri – goodness.

Entrepreneur, rainmaker and lover of life benefits from weekly massages

I have been seeing Christina Weber for therapeutic massage for the past five years on a weekly basis. In my youth, I abused my body by participating in high impact sports which I am paying the price for now. I am very picky when it comes to massage therapists. I look for more healers than massage therapists and I would most definitely classify Christina as a healer.

She has helped me enormously with pain relief in areas where Christina concentrated on stiff muscles and could identify specific problem areas, loosening them and increasing blood circulation. I found her healing style offered me temporarily relief pain from my sports injuries. I also notice that I did not need as much pain medication if I got massages regularly from Christina.

I am a business owner and deal with a lot of stress. I found that getting regular massages from Christina are an effective stress- management technique that leaves me feeling totally relaxed.

Needless to say, I highly recommend Christina. Do yourself a favor and get a weekly or bi-weekly massage. I think you will find doing so will allow you to take time out for yourself for a pleasurable, relaxing and healing activity.

Thom King

Quote of the Week:

“I’ve been getting massages for 8 years and that is the first time I’ve felt that release.”  (Referring to subscapularis.)

Dancer has never felt better

Christina Weber’s massage techniques are a huge part of why I have never felt better in my body then I do today, and why I live a pain-free life. As a person who teaches movement, I require a lot from my body. I started seeing Christina every two weeks several years ago. Because of this regularity, I reap huge results and benefits from her massage techniques. Christina is not only a very intuitive healer, she also understands the body both medically and anatomically. This makes a big difference and it is why she is not like any other massage therapist I have worked with in the past. Christina Weber is simply the best and I am so grateful for her healing hands and thoughtful techniques.

– Laure Redmond
Host of Feel Good Naked Radio
Creator of Stretch Appeal

Nike Employee Learns the Value of Regular Massage

I would classify myself as someone that is pretty frugal, so typically I’m not one to spring for something like a massage (something I would classify as a luxury). However my friend purchased me a gift certificate to see Christina as a Christmas gift. A month or so went by and I finally decided to go see Christina for a massage, and it was the best massage I’ve ever had. Ever since I’ve been going at least twice a month, and highly recommending her to anyone in search for a quality massage therapist.  –Tyler A.

Pain Relief for Surfer

I had the pleasure of receiving a massage from Christina Weber that gave me an amazing amount of relief from chronic pain I had been suffering from for months. This relief was much needed and timely so was a real nice surprise since so many other pursuits were unsuccessful. Thank you Christina for a relaxing experience with profound results from your massage.  — Nick J. Surfer, Hawaii


After a weekend class that left me with migraine like tension in my neck and jaw, I scheduled a massage session with Christina.  She was a miracle worker!  I walked out of the session feeling awake and able to tackle the week ahead pain free!  I would recommend her to anyone!

Jennifer H. — Recruiter

The Science of Massage

A recent study demonstrated that one way massage works is by sending signals to the muscles to reduce inflammation and build more mitochondria.

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What is Craniosacral Therapy

This therapy works with the spine and the skull and its cranial sutures, diaphragms, and fascia. Craniosacral therapists use the therapy to treat mental stress, neck and back pain, migraines, TMJ Syndrome, and for chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia.

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