Clinical Therapeutic Bodywork! Not Your Typical Fluffy, Oily, Spa Massage!
Bryon graduated from the National Holistic Institute of Massage Therapy in 2009. A state accredited program that included Kinesiology, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Sports, Swedish, Trigger Point and Deep Tissue courses.
He is licensed by the California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC License # 23707) and is a professional member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP). And it is this professionalism that you will notice when you book a therapeutic massage session with Bryon. His dedication and work detail are second to none.
Prior to becoming a massage therapist, he worked in various fields that left him feeling dissatisfied. He desired more than just a job, but a career. One that would be fulfilling, enjoyable and in high demand. Bryon’s number #1 goal is to help you overcome muscular pain due to muscle tightness and poor posture.
Muscle tightness can lead to injury due to faulty movement patterns and joint dysfunction. Your lifestyle will often contribute to these muscle imbalances with the daily stress, fatigue, insufficient movement or a lack of variety of movement (doing the same things over and over).
Massage Techniques Used By Bryon:
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Sports Massage (Post, Pre and Rehab.)
- Cross fiber friction
- P.N.F. Stretching
- Pregnancy Massage
- Hot Stones Massage
More about Bryon Lindsey:
According to Bryon, “The best thing about a career in massage therapy is the ability to assist in the process of healing. It is personally satisfying.” His favorite types of massages include Sports, Trigger Point, and Deep Tissue but he doesn’t stop there. He is fully capable of a relaxing Swedish style massage.
“I enjoy the aspects of Sports, Trigger Point and Deep Tissue Massages merely for the fact that there’s no ‘foo-foo work’ involved. The massage is meant to fix issues in the body, and I like that I can address these specific issues with just my hands. I never thought I could find a job that I loved. But I have. I thoroughly enjoy being a massage therapist! ” -Bryon Lindsey
When he’s not working, you can find him warming those hands in front of a bonfire at the beach, logging in miles on his Fixie, or simply enjoying the company of family and friends (specifically his two children Jada and Braylon). Bryon continues to expand his knowledge and expertise in bodywork as often as possible to enhance his skills, and to better serve his clients.
Bryon’s Massage hours:
- Monday 4pm – 9pm
- Tuesday 4pm – 9pm
- Wednesday 4pm – 9pm
- 60 min session = $90
- 75 min. session = $105 (recommended length)
- 90 min. session = $130 (recommended length)
- 120 min. session = $180