Riktr Pro Massage can be healing, cat-like, relaxing flowers or deep tissue bodywork for sports injuries and muscular and or emotional pain. (We all have holding patterns in our bodies according to Ida Rolf and John F. Barnes.) Nicola, LMT
Intro. On-Line Only In-Call Special 1 1/4 hr $70.00…that’s full 75 minutes (1st-time client’s only) Mon – Fri if available plus offering a Sliding Scale and Senior and Veteran In-Call discounts with id. Policies
Please call for an Appointment: 805-637-7482 Please no texts
Riktr Pro Massage offers a wide range of services, including:
In Call Massage @ my Studio or 3 Other Locations in the Tri-Counties Area
Mobile and Out Call Massage to your Location
Call or text 805-637-7482
Nicola is a practicing licensed and insured professional LMT ( Licensed Massage Therapist) ( State Certification # 7239 ) and fine artist based in Goleta and Santa Barbara, CA. Nicola has a wide range of female and male clients from athletes, artists, landscapers, UCSB, SBCC, Brooks students and faculty, business people, educators, construction workers, elderly clients, housewives, and tourists. He is very flexible in scheduling appointments at his massage studio. He can also make professional appointments at Holistic Centers in Santa Barbara, Buellton, Key2Fitness or can make a home or outcall or mobile massage visits in the Tri-Counties area. He also works with other local area professional massage therapists and can offer couples massages and can schedule male and female therapists to come to your home for an amazing couple’s massage. Maybe you own a business with a large group of people or have a large party of people. Nicola can organize as many therapists as you need to accommodate your specific needs
Some charity and community events I’ve been involved in.
Summit for Danny Charity
- Montecito, CA October 24, 2009
I worked with a few other therapists and provided cool down chair and table massages for athletes competing in the charity.
Santa Barbara Marathon – December 4-5, 2009
- This was a fun event held at the SBCC stadium and sports pavilion. I worked with many other massage therapists and we provided warm up and cool down massage for athletes competing in the Santa Barbara Marathon. Assessed the needs of each individual athlete and selected the appropriate treatment. We performed a warm-up chair, table and mat massages on a diverse population of athletes focusing on each individual’s needs.
- Pictures say a thousand words. Here’s what to expect at Riktr Pro Massage.
and the BTI Crew attended
Plus -Other massage therapists that attended the event and gave up their time for the athletes to give back to the community…a fantastic team of people from BTI. Thanks to Katie, John (the man) Harris, Erick, Sarah (for organizing it all) Ron, James, Gabriela, Candy, Kelly, Erin, Mary, Catherine, Onelia, Pilar and the other therapists that I probably missed. Also thanks to Fili and James from Nearly Chiropractic.
Santa Barbara Mothballs Criterium 2010- January 31
Sonia Ross of the Kalyra Women’s Cycling Team, Julie a producer and MT from BTI and Chris of Riktr provided free Pre and Post race massage for the cyclists with all donations going toward Girls Inc. and the Race Across America 2010 which Sonia is a big part of. Sonia also teaches at BTI and has her own massage practice. Click on this link from Goodman Photography which has a lot of pictures of the cyclists competing: Echelon Santa Barbara a road bicycling club based in Santa Barbara, California sponsored the event.
Opening Day at Valley Holistic Healing, Buellton, Ca. (VHH) May 1st, 2010.
Provided massage for new clients.
These videos are all good from humanity healing
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