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Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is a manual manipulation of the soft tissues in the body. It is very beneficial and can compliment your chiropractic care by increasing blood circulation, releasing tension and create more balance in your muscles.


Swedish Massage
Swedish Massage is the most popular and well known classic style of bodywork. It’s the foundation for many massage techniques developed in many years. The science behind Swedish is the manipulation on the muscles and connective soft tissue connecting with relaxation, rehabilitation and health maintenance.

Deep Tissue
Deep Tissue Massage is targeting muscles to alleviate symptoms of nerve impingement, muscle tears and sprains and chronic muscular pain. It has been found effective in treated chronic pain, whiplash, neck and lower back pain, sciatica and circulatory problems. It works out a way to relive knots from stressed, overworked muscles, and connective tissue join and muscle pain. Deep Tissue is the fastest healer by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.

Lymphatic Drainage
This technique helps remove toxins, reduce edema or tissue fluids retention, and decongests all lymphatic pathways. The technique used of repetitive and soothing movements to stimulate pain- inhibitory reflexes. It enhances immune function, increases tissue metabolism, improves nutrition to the tissues, achieves fluid balance, reduces pain, and induces deep relaxation. I also love to add grapefruit essential oil with this technique because it helps with fluid retention and cellulite.

Prenatal / Postpartum Massage
For all the moms to be and new moms, Prenatal/Postpartum Massage can help to relieve aches in your back, neck and leg cramps, leading to a better night sleep. This massage improves circulation, help reduce nervous tension and helps relieve depression or anxiety.

A classic Swedish Massage adding essential oils on oil or lotion. During an Aromatherapy I like for one to inhale the essential oil molecules and after it will be absorbed through the skin. You will be relaxed in that minute.

We Offer the Following

Types of Massages:


Prenatal / Post Partum


Deep Tissue 

Myofascial Release   

Lymphatic Drainage   

Trigger Point Therapy

Sports Massage

Spa Day

Meet Our Massage Therapist

Jocelyn Esparza



What is your background?

My name is Jocelyne Esparza, I was born in San Diego but grew up in Temecula. After high school I was unease to know what path in my career I wanted to take, I attended Palomar Community College but ended towards the career of stopping after having an associates of social behavior in science and go for what I always wanted to do, be a Massage Therapist. I started school in American Healthcare College & graduated in Summer 2019. I always been natural to care and be an empath when it comes to people, my happiness comes when they are at their best or feel the best in this case.


How did you choose your profession?

I always knew I wanted to be a massage therapist, I can’t really pin point when but I gradually started massaging out of distressing my mom or friends when they are stressed or anxious. When I didn’t know what to say I would just comfort them with a small hand or shoulder massage. Since I am a smaller size, my parents been always worried about this career weighing too much on my body so I dismissed that, but it kept lingering in my head and knew I needed to just get into school and slowly I fell truly invested in it.


What is your favorite part about being a massage therapist?

My favorite part of being a massage therapist is witnessing the power of healing hands. To connect on another level with one yet I’m fully invested in challenging myself learning not only the person itself but medically. The more I learn the more I’m amazed about the human body. So when I put myself out there I’m in awe to see how well the body responds, as well when one verbally expresses how they feel much better or when they see my appearance being petite and know they did not expect this strength from me. It simply lifts my smile for the day.


What do you do during your down time?

On my downtime I love waking up to my husband exploring new coffee shops and brunch time. We aim towards the beach side or close to this town we are both new to. If it’s not eating we are constantly with our little puppers, Cal, we try to get his energy out enjoying the outdoors and take in the seasons change, even if we live in California. We love to travel and take small trips in between every year. So if I’m ever out of the office it’s mostly for this reason. But lately I been enjoying being at home and redecorating.



Jocelyn Esparza, CMT

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