Professional Massage Therapy
A relaxing full body massage. Client is unclothed on a table, covered by a sheet and massaged with
oil. Your session consists of long fluid strokes, pressing, kneading and rubbing your muscles. This modality
is excellent for alleviating aches and pains, releasing toxins and improving your circulation. When you feel the need
to be pampered, Swedish is the best choice for you.
Japanese full body massage on the floor mat. I incorporate this style massage on a table. Client is unclothed,
covered by a sheet and massaged with oil. Your session consists of thumb pressure, gentle stretching and
joint mobility to release muscle tightness to increase your range of motion. Also known as Pressure Point Massage,
this holistic modality promotes self healing by balancing your body's energy, heightening your awareness and creating
an overall sense of well being.
Tissue: A deeper, more clinical type of full body massage. Client is unclothed on a table, covered by
a sheet and massaged with oil. Your session consists of pinning, separating and realigning muscle groups
with slow focused penetrating strokes. In addition to hands, I use my forearms and elbows
for extra pressure. This method is designed to target
knots and tension. It is more intense than other types of massages, but I use caution and
never go beyond your threshold of pain. Soreness is common the
Density Restoration (TDR): A clinical massage based upon the theory that every pain in the musculoskeletal system
is closely related to the elevation of tissue density. Client is unclothed on a table, covered by a sheet and massaged
with oil. This massage is based on seven principles that target specific areas of tension to help loosen and
soften your muscles back normal density therefore pain is relieved. Note: This massage is for problematic
areas only. It is not a full body massage.
Massage: A vigorous athletic full body massage. Client is unclothed on a table, covered with a sheet
and massaged with oil using oil. This faster paced massage is usually done before, during or after a strenuous activity
to help heal minor injuries and prevent further ones. Your session consists of jostling, beating, compressing and
stretching your muscles to maximize their performance. This modality drains away fatigue, pain,
swelling and relieves muscle cramps. If you play sports or are active at the gym, Sports Massage
is the one for you.
Combination: A full body massage combining all of the techniques I described above.
Client is unclothed on a table, covered with a sheet and massaged with oil. Relax and rejuvenate with a more
customized session to fit all your needs. My most popular request.
Prices, Availability, Location
$65 for 60 minutes
$95 for 90 minutes
Monday thru Saturday 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Incall appointments are at my residence in East Richmond Heights.
Easy access of I-80.
Safe street parking available.
Directions will be sent
with your confirmation.
Cancellations no later than 24 hours.
Outcall appointments are also available by special request.
*I am currently working at M
spa in the Castro District on Sundays. If you'd like to book an appointment with me there, please contact them
at your earliest convenience. M Spa 2187 Market Street, SF CA 94114
(415) 556-9100 www.mspasf.com
Safe and Secure
I practice only the
most professional and safest techniques. All my massages are performed on a table. You'll
be securely draped with a sheet in a quiet private room with relaxing music and candlelight. I use natural
oils that absorb into the skin and moisturize it. All men and women are
Note: Massage may not be suitable
for clients with serious health conditions or injuries. I may ask you for a brief medical history before we begin
Your unscented massage oil can be infused with a pure essential oil to add a pleasant fragrance to
your session. Stimulate your senses with Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Clove, or Lemon Grass oils. Pick one out for yourself
or let me decide for you.
Reflexology: An alternative medicine involving the application of pressure to the
feet with thumb, finger, and hand movements. It is based on the theory that the body is divided into a system of zones
which are reflected on the soles of the feet, with the premise that massaging specific points will detect and correct imbalances
within the body. I incorporate this ancient art of healing into all my sessions.
the Nikken Roll Out: I use this specially designed tool to help relieve back pain. The MagCreator features
magnetic technology which aids in chiropractic adjustment by rolling out and pressing the muscles that align the spine while
eliminating shoulder and neck tension. Add this treatment before your massage session or receive the work in
a massage chair. $20 for 20 minutes
Ron Naples CMT
Bio: I am a graduate of The National Holistic Institute. 5900 Hollis St. Emeryville, CA 94608 1-800-315-3552. I
am certified, licensed and insured.
I discovered the true healing power of massage after experiencing a serious neck injury.
Today I teach clients how to prevent injury by using proper posture and understanding their body's capability.
I also enlighten them on the physiological and emotional benefits of receiving massage therapy.
For me, massage should be a journey - a total experience of the mind, body and soul. Clients come to me to alleviate
joint and back pain, recover from injury, manage stress or relax. These are all intregal parts of receiving a massage.
But why not take advantage of all that massage therapy has to offer? There are also aspects of spirituality when
you receive body work too. Massage can put your mind in a higher state of consciousness; you'll have inner feelings
of clarity associated with personal awareness and self revelation. It's about creating these special kind of bonds with my clients; awakening their senses
while healing their bodies at the same time. After one of my sessions you'll feel relaxed but at the same time rejuvenated with a joyful positive outlook.
Experience: For the last 12 years I have worked
as an Independent Contractor for many of San Francisco's finest hotels: Adagio, Argonaut, Campton Place, Clift,
Fairmont, Harbor Court, Hyatt, Kensington Park, Mark Hopkins, Marriot, Monaco, Palace, Palomar, Phoenix, Prescott, Ritz Carlton,
Serrano, Sir Francis Drake, Stanford Court, Triton, Villa Florence and W Hotel.
I've also worked at Club One, formerly
at Nob Hill, Union Square and Oakland City Center.
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"Finding a good massage therapist is like finding a psychologist or any other service professional: the two of you have
to click. For me, Ron clicks. He's intuitive, he's professional, and he possesses that other dimension of true tranquility
and caring that seems to evade a lot of other therapists. He has empathy for your body and soul." Jeffrey H. San Francisco,
"I have been seeing Ron for massage for over a year now in his Richmond Hills
location and it's quite clear that he has talent, experience and commitment to what he does from the massage that he gives.
I find his technique of combining a variety of massage techniques and movements both unique and highly effective. Ron is professional,
courteous, and friendly. He does an excellent massage with just the right amount of pressure from his great hands. I enjoy
our conversations during the massage as well as the massage itself, which has helped my lower back pain issues and has left
me feeling much more relaxed and pain free. I consider Ron to be my #1 massage therapist in the Greater SF Bay Area." Andrew
A. Berkeley, CA