About this pro
Specialties: Deep issue Thai yoga stretching, Swedish Thai, tui na, sports, ashiastu oriental bar therapy, chakra balancing with Reiki, Reiki and massage for animals, Reiki (Reiki master), reflexology, Esalen mix, carpal tunnel, tendonitis, chronic injuries, and lighter relaxing/soothing Swedish. History: Established in 2005. Hello, everyone! My name is Judy, the founder of Bliss. Bliss is therapy that is uniquely customized for the individual client. I believe in Milton Bennett's platinum rule: "Do unto others as they would have you do unto them." The goal of Bliss is to be attentive and carefully listen to what you want accomplished in your session. The time in your session is fully yours and is designed to therapeutically take care of what you want. Whether you have a sports or chronic injury or just want to relax, Bliss is flexible to your individual needs. The full body is massaged, including the head, face, hands, and feet with a combination of deep tissue and Swedish fused with Thai medical and yoga massage techniques. We can also incorporate lympathic, tui nai, reflexology, abdomen work, and Reiki into your massage session for a complete full body experience. The goal of Bliss is to have bodywork that endures notably beyond the session, "bringing lasting bliss into your everyday life." Meet the business owner: Judy K. Judy was born in Guang Zhou, China. She immigrated to the US at six and from a young age, she had a strong desire to help others. She went to UC Davis as a pre-med biology major for over 2 years. In an Italian opera class, a friend worked hard long hours then went to class. She was exhausted. In an attempt to make her friend feel better, Judy discovered a new way to instantly change a person's energy and a new outlet to instantly make people feel better. From then on, she was hooked; for three and half years, Judy would offer everybody and anybody free massages just for fun. She loved bodywork and thrived on making people better. She found out that she could massage for ten hours straight without getting tired and that she was quite strong. However, her success in sales and management steered her away from medicine to major in communications and minor in art studio. After graduating and dabbling in real estate, she finally accepted bodywork and healing as her calling.