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  • Massage Therapists - Quick Category Links by Industry

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    I specialize in Swedish Massage, Thai Massage, Lomilomi Massage, Sensory Repatterning, Thai Foot Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, & Prenatal Massage. All sessions include hot towels & aromatherapy.
    2515 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 110
    San Diego, CA 92108
    Fix Body Group
    You deserve a team of therapists with an integrated approach to take care of you, not just one doctor. Our goal is to get you pain free so that you can get back to doing what you love.
    1010 University Avenue, Suite C-203
    San Diego, CA 92103
    I am a psychotherapist MFC#52696, working with individuals & couples in a mutual effort approach to help create the lives they want as we address a wide range of emotional and relational challenges
    2630 1st Avenue, Suite 210
    San Diego, CA 92103
    Kim Kolibri
    Therapeutic Massage and Yoga. Massage: Circulatory, Deep Tissue, Oncology, Cranial Sacral, Pre/Peri Natal. Yoga (Iyengar) group, private/semi, therapeutic/special needs, in-home, corp/special events.
    4869 Santa Monica Avenue, Suite M
    San Diego, CA 92107
    Scott King provides therapeutic Swedish, rejuvenating deep tissue, trigger point therapy, chair massage, & sports massage in his coastal San Diego massage studio or the comfort of your home or office.
    5116 Narragansett Ave, #3
    San Diego, CA 92107
    2525 Camino Del Rio South Ste. 265
    San Diego, CA 92108
    1080 University Avenue, Suite H109
    San Diego, CA 92103

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