Richard Takahashi
Massage Therapist

Training and practicing Okinawa Shorin Kempo since I was 12 years old to present day in Hawaii, Japan and Okinawa, I was to witness and because of my karate training and

competition injuries in my early years, my masters utilize a type of healing called “bone setting which is a form of chiropractic treatments along with medicinal teas after workouts for recovery, surprisingly I healed quickly. As I got older, I wanted to learn such skills, but my masters were too old to teach me and recommended that I should look elsewhere.

Later I was able to learn the Eastern modalities of massage and much Later the western modalities of healing as well. I focus my skills on sports and medical massage as I was mostly employed by and worked alongside athletic trainers, orthopedic doctors and chiropractors which gave me firsthand knowledge and experience of treating various neuromusculoskeletal injuries. I became an early advocate of cross training in my competitive days of Bare fist-full contact karate tournaments utilizing weight training, lap swimming, running and cycling, which I still utilize but as complementary to my Karate training and health. My purpose is to assist those who care about health and wellness or recovery from physical injuries. Though I know my limits, I will assist you to the best of my ability.

Sarah Black
Massage Therapist

They say true filament comes from helping others; I whole heartedly believe that to be true. I am a licensed massage therapist specializing in chronic condition sports related injuries and muscle rehabilitation. I believe no one should live in pain.

The last 11 years I’ve had the pleasure of working with massage envy, chiropractic care, and physical therapy clinics - I look forward to my time here with all of you!