We believe that no two bodies are alike, therefore no two massages should be alike. We take your history, lifestyle, and other treatments into account in order to design the ideal massage treatment for your body.
We care! And we recognize others do as well. Are you seeing a chiropractor, physical therapist, acupuncturist? Please communicate that to us so we can take that into consideration with any recommendations we give you. There is no cookie cutter recipe to healing a shoulder injury or fixing sore back. Lets all work together to optimize health.
Years of experience in working with active bodies and elite athletes, we can help you!
143 South Cedros Suite 203B
Solana Beach, CA 92075
Our studio can be a little tricky to find! GPS will take you to the parking lot between Pink Lagoon & Muttropolis. However, the entrance to access our studio is further north on Cedros. We recommend street parking or the lot near Pink Lagoon and walking north until you pass the store "Ta-Dah". Through the glass doors, upstairs and find the green door on the left. Definitely let us know if you have any problems. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Each massage is specifically tailored to meet our clients needs. When you book your massage there is an option to leave a message for your therapist. Please feel free to give some detail as to what you are looking for.
Born and raised in the Bay Area. Rosie is a true California girl at heart. Always drawn to athletics, she earned a Bachelors in Sports Science from University of the Pacific (2008) and became a Certified Athletic Trainer. Upon graduating, Rosie accepted a job as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at The University of Kansas where she earned a Masters Degree in Exercise Science while working with their Track & Field program; she spent two years (2008-2010) immersed in competitive collegiate athletics. Continuing her journey in athletics, she moved to Pennsylvania (2010) where she worked with Penn State college, Olympic, and professional athletes with an emphasis in track and field.
To further progress her career and talents, Rosie decided to take a short break from college athletics to pursue massage school. Immediately following the completion of her program, she headed back to her home state of CA to work for University of the Pacific with their aquatics programs.
In 2015, Rosie moved to the active city of San Diego working as a massage therapist at a Physical Therapy/Sports Performance Clinic. During this time, she also got to adventure to FINA World Championships as an Athletic Trainer for the Women's Water Polo Chinese National Team. The following year she decided to start her own business and The Body Remedy emerged. It has been a great journey and she loves how much her business has been able to integrate and support the community. In her free time you can find her out side - whether riding her bike or taking a stroll on the beach with some coffee - she loves to be active.
Therapy style: deep tissue, sports massage. Approaches sessions more like a treatment in seeking end goal of pain relief, but also higher quality of muscle and body function. Incorporates cupping into many sessions.
Born in Yokosuka, Japan but raised in Manhattan, Kansas; Claire brings her unique personality to all experiences. Claire attended Kansas State University (2003-2008) where she earned a BS in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Bio-Behavioral Health Science. During her time at Kansas State, she was also a 4-year collegiate athlete competing on the woman's crew team. Claire seamlessly transitioned into her professional career by gaining quality experience working with college, professional, and Olympic athletes working as a Travel Massage Therapist with the KSU Track and Field program.
In 2012, Claire journeyed to sunny San Diego where she worked as a Massage Therapist for a Physical Therapy/Sports Performance clinic. From 2012-2018 she was able to fine tune her massage skills working on pre and post-op patients, amateur/professional/olympic marathon runners, triathletes, Ironman/Ironwomen, cyclists, surfers, golfers, cross-fit athletes, rugby players, and challenged athletes. Needless to say, she has experience with a wide array of athletes.
In her spare time, you can find Claire hiking (Mt. Whitney and Kilimanjaro being her proudest accomplishments), hanging with her rescue dog Riley, listening to podcasts, participating in HIIT workouts, creating art, and traveling - especially National/State Parks.
Her therapy style focuses more on deep tissue neuromuscular & myofascial release while incorporating active range of motion. Her favorite areas to work are the shoulder and neck complex.
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