Body Work— Massage Therapy

Stephanie Swope, Massage Therapist 

Stephanie has been doing massage therapy since 2002. She received her certification at Twin Lakes College of the Healing Arts in fall of 2002. Her specialties include Swedish, Polarity, Neck/Shoulder & Facial Acupressure & Geriatric massage. She believes that massage therapy has many benefits and loves to help her clients in achieving the relief they desire. Massage therapy makes for a happier mind, body, & spirit.

  • Email— stephanie.m.swope@gmail.com
  • Phone— (626) 253-4213
  • Services:
    • 30 min massage: $45
    • 60 minute massage: $75
    • 90 minute massage: $100
    • Three 1 hour massage pack: $185

Dara Daniels, Wholistic Health Practitioner
L.Ac., Certified Massage Therapist #55388, Certified Yoga Instructor

Dara is a CA Board-Certified Acupuncturist and holds a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine from the perspective of Classical Chinese Medicine with respect to acupuncture, herbology and Qi Gong. A practitioner of over 15 years, Dara specializes in wholistic massage and bodywork that is both relaxing and therapeutic. She uses a variety of modalities from structural to energetic in order to release stress, relieve chronic pain and tension, improve circulation, revitalize tissues, and create a greater sense of harmony in body, mind and spirit. She is a Reiki Master, Sivananda Certified Yoga Instructor offering private yoga, and is passionate about inspiring and supporting others to embody health and wholeness through healing foods, herbs, and lifestyle practices.


Ben Otto, Bodywork Practitioner 

Deep transformational bodywork done with clothes on. Heal, clear stress, improve posture, release pain!


Durga Abbie Erskine, Certified Massage Therapist

Durga believes in the intuitive wisdom of the body and finds massage a profound way to bring the body and mind into balance. She blends her years of experience and knowledge of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Ayurvedic Bodywork, Trigger Point, Polarity and Yoga therapy to create a safe space for transformation. She listens and addresses the needs of her clients while allowing the capacity for self-healing to take place. Her background in Psychology and many years of studying and teaching yoga informs her bodywork practice.

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