Arron Lakey, BCTMB CMT

Arron was born in Pasadena, California and has lived locally for the past seven years. He started his training at Nevada School of Massage Therapy in 2006. During this time he studied Deep Tissue, Russian Sports Massage, Cranial Sacral, Prenatal, Shiatsu, Structural, Acupressure, and Trigger Point.

Arron obtained his California Certified Massage Therapist license from the California Massage Therapy Council. He is also Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork through NCBTMB and Board Certified. Through his continuing education and 10 years of practice, he has learned to use intuition to adapt to the needs of each client to create deep relaxation of the mind, body, and spirit.

Arron is a father to two boys and enjoys hiking, sitting at the beach, gazing at the cosmos and furthering his education in psychology and sociology.

Arron is available weekends & by request.


Leah Anderson, CMT 

Leah received her California massage certificate in 1998 from Alive & Well, The Institute of Conscious Bodywork in Marin County, CA.

Trained in Swedish, yet integrating Deep Tissue, Shiatsu and stretching into her sessions, Leah uses her intuition as well as her keen sense of touch to guide her. She follows the body's natural lines, letting the body speak to her. With strong pressure and complete contact, she opens up the tight bundles of muscle and communicates pure love, acceptance and compassion.

With almost 20 years experience working with high level athletes, the elderly and everyone in between, each client receives a session that is unique to their needs, resulting in a thorough and healing experience.

Leah is a wife and a mom to a 16yr old son and a 10yr old daughter. She stays active doing woodworking, Crossfit and walking her dog.

Leah is available Mon, Wed, Thursday from 10:30-2:3- & by request.


Skylar Stumf, CMT

Trained in Asian Bodywork at Five Branches University, Skylar harmonizes anatomical precision, intuitive touch, and client-centered care to guide the inherent, spontaneous rebalancing that stress and musculoskeletal tension are prone to disrupt.Skylar is currently continuing the road of scholarship by attending the Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program at Five Branches University.Besides offering massage, Skylar pours ceremonial tea, practices internal martial arts, and cultivates relationship to nature.

Skylar is available evenings & by request.


Sarah Woods, CMT

Sarah has been practicing massage since 2008 when she graduated from the National Holistic Institute (NHI) in San Jose. Because of her passion for massage, and to better serve her clients, she completed an additional 450 hour Advanced Neuromuscular Program from NHI in 2016. Sarah absolutely loves massage and it is a joy for her to help people feel and achieve their best.

Sarah is available Friday & by request.


Adam Lacey

Adam started doing massage professionally after attending the Baltimore School of Massage in 1991. Two years later he decided to focus on Asian bodywork and attended the Baltimore School of Shiatsu, which led to a journey through South East Asia in the winter of 1995 to study Thai Massage. He attended the basic through advanced massage training at the main Buddhist temple, Wat Po, in Bangkok and completed another course at the Old Medicine Hospital in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Since 2011 he has been training at Esalen in the Deep Bodywork modality created by Perry and Johanna Holloman. And in 2013 he began an intensive training in KMI, a Structural Integration approach based on Ida Rolf’s method and teaching. Adam's specialties are Deep Tissue, Thai Massage and Shiatsu.

Adam is available Tuesday, Friday mornings & by request.


Beth Vines

Elizabeth’s passion for alternative forms of healing began with her interests in art and philosophy. After studying these subjects at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Elizabeth attended Cypress Health Institute for massage. Her education includes Polarity, Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Esalen Massage. Elizabeth has learned from Larry Bernstein and Jay Negron, and continues to further her education as a graduate student in Counseling Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Elizabeth’s massage favors slow deep/focused work, along with subtle energetic techniques that tend to create a deep, dreamy effect.

Beth is available Wednesday/Thursday & by request.