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Thanksgiving is an opportunity

The truth of Thanksgiving is that it is not as advertised, just all rosy with Turkey and Apple Pie. We can ignore the truth of the whole story of each side, pilgrims and Native Peoples, and go back for seconds of our favorite dish and talk about what we’re grateful for. But, our gratitude is […]

Melt’s New Location!

I am thrilled to announce I am establishing a new location for Melt! As of September 6, 2021, Melt’s primary location will be at 3852 Piedmont Ave., Suite 206. The space is well-ventilated with natural air and light-filled with 5 windows in the treatment room and 3 windows in the ante-room. It’s a beautiful space […]

Covid Safety Protocols

Standard Health & Safety Protocols: In addition to previous standard practices for the prior 20+ years of: – using fresh and clean massage table linens for each client – washing hands and arms deeply between clients (at least 20 seconds with soap) – rescheduling instead of seeing clients who show up sick (see Cancelation Policy) […]

Melt Massage’s Reopening!

(Updated Aug. 25, 2021) Although the global Covid-19 pandemic continues, since Alameda County has lifted its Shelter in Place order and I am now fully vaccinated, in addition to continuing offering Virtual Massage services, I am excited to announce that Melt Massage is reopening for in-person massage as well! Relative to Covid, this reopening comes with […]

Mother’s Day Gift: Virtual Massage Class!

Leverage my 30 years’ of experience with a unique gift this Mother’s Day: Virtual Massage Class! A great way for mothers and daughters or sons to connect and deepen their bond.     Learn more here. Happy Mother’s Day!  

Pending Questions to Re-Open Safely

OPEN LETTER Dear Clients, I miss you! And, I miss massaging. However, before I feel it’s safe for me and for you for me to re-open, I still have some pending questions: 1. Regarding the latest variants, 1a. How much more contagious are they? 1b. How much more potent are they in causing disease and […]

Monitoring the Pandemic

Who do you turn to for reliable health and safety information while navigating a world with Coronavirus? So far, here are my resources: WHO CDC CDPH (California Department of Public Health) UCSF Covid TownHall ACPHD (Alameda County Public Health Department) Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center Mike Olsterholm, CIDRAP (Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy) […]

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