My explorations into both the scientific and intuitive aspects of bodywork and healing, along with 30 years of studying the body, yoga, dance and somatics aim to provide a supportive, safe and rejuvenating experience for my clients.
My formal massage studies began in 2009 at the San Francisco School of Body work and Massage. It was a natural progression for me, arriving from many years of teaching yoga and a desire to deepen a holistic understanding of being embodied and all that encompasses: from healing injuries to making shifts to higher states of harmony and balance.
My toolbox includes Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Neurokinetic Therapy®, and Sourcepoint Therapy® – an energetic healing modality intended to support and enhance all manual therapies. Movement plays a central role in my work to eliminate pain and dysfunction. I also keep updated on the latest advances in pain science.
The full scope of of my training and tools informs my sessions with each client for a highly individualized approach that meets their needs and goals. It is a joy to share this work and support people in finding greater awareness and expression of their true, radiant selves!
— Anaina Mascovich
Anaina holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California, San Diego and has further academic coursework in Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology. She also continues to study Trauma and Resilience-Informed Somatic practices.
Anaina is available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.