Just before Thanksgiving 2019, I was walking with my wife to get a morning coffee at Cafenated – a café in North Berkeley – when I was hit with an insatiable desire for electrolytes. Not a preference I normally have, but my desire had a word and I asked my wife to go into the store while I rested.
The Ikon pass is a great, affordable way to get around in the winter for skiing. It offers more destinations than one could possibly ski. So far this winter, I have
skied in Taos, New Mexico, Aspen, Colorado, three resorts in Utah, and of course Palisades Tahoe.
Ever since I started skiing at the age of 12, I’ve been hooked. And, over the years, thanks to the flexibility of my massage practice, I’ve been able to venture all over
the West and Southwest to indulge my love of cutting a line through fresh snow and connecting with the ski community at each resort while also connecting with
clients old and new.
All along this tour of joy and premium Esalen outcall massage, I get to reach new clients thanks to Yelp’s mobile advertising program and my 50 five-star reviews.
If you’re new to this site, please read the FAQS thoroughly and write me a thoughtful email describing your needs and expectations. This will open the
gateway to a wonderful massage experience and connection.
One of my great joys in life is cats. I appreciate their zen, the fact that if you want a relationship they need to be approached on their terms and their softness. In fact, they are a lot like my favorite massage clients.
For the past eight years, I have offered outcalls only. An outcall is when I bring my table, table-warmer, sheets and lotion to your home or hotel room to offer a quality deep tissue massage. This offering suits my lifestyle of hiking and skiing, and affords me the ability and excuse to travel to resorts and trailheads.