Franziska Cichy Ramirez
Techniques I Use: Deep tissue, Swedish, myofascial release, reflexology.
About My Practice: I’ve always been interested in holistic healing and through bodywork I found my calling. Through my own personal injuries and general discomfort from the work I was doing at the time I found how beneficial a massage can be and how my quality of life changed. I thrive when I can relieve aches and pains, help heal injuries and relax the mind. Every body is different and I adjust my sessions to fit your body’s individual needs giving you a personalized treatment every time. I will let tight muscles and tissue release by starting slow and will gradually apply deeper pressure getting the body’s “permission“ if you will. My hope is you can leave feeling like your best self!
About me: I grew up in Germany and have family both here and there and used to spend my summers in Long Beach with my grandparents until in 2015 I decided to move and in doing so connected to some distant family members who happened to be body workers and thus my interest in healing with my hands came to be! When I’m not working I like to cuddle my fat cat, do yoga, hike, explore new places and eat lots of good food.
Additional Languages: German
Techniques I Use: Relaxation, Deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, Sports massage, myofascial technique, trigger point, scrapping/guasha, cupping, and muscle activation technique.
About My Practice: I help professional athletes get back in the game after being sidelined by an injury. I have many years of experience helping CEOs heal from chronic back and hip pain so they can get back to their boardroom meetings and family lives. I have a deep passion to see people engage in life in the most wholistic way possible Through my bodywork and active listening to your specific needs, I will tailor an experience to bring a restorative experience for both mind and body. No two bodies are the same.
About me: I’m originally from the San Fernando Valley and just recently moved to San Diego. I enjoy hiking, cooking, and long connective conversations with friends.