We've been described as 'the perfect place to escape in downtown San Francisco'. Since we started this work in 2007, word has spread throughout the San Francisco Bay Area about our little bodywork studio.
Our primary mission: To work with you to help quiet your mind, restore and restructure your body, and soothe your spirit. We work with one special client at a time in our studio, and take the time to discuss the work we’ll be doing together that day.
Perched atop the San Francisco urban landscape is our cozy, zen-like atelier. You'll find us on the ninth floor of the historic Hobart Building, in the heart of the Financial District.
Truly great bodywork blends the empirical with the intuitive. We accomplish this by employing a myriad of modalities in our sessions: Deep Tissue, Structural Integration, Zen and Amma Shiatsu, Myofascial Release Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish, Sports Techniques, Bioenergetic Healing, Reiki, Active Release Technique, Neuromuscular Therapy.
Founder + Director, Yoga Alliance 200-Hr RYT Certification, CMT. Prior to creating Mochi Massage + Bodywork, Winnie spent many a long work day, with shoulders hunched forward. Years spent working in design, technology and finance provide her a unique lens with which to understand common issues around wellness and the workplace. She helps clients identify, learn about and overcome obstacles that persist in both mind and body - leading to lives enriched with more energy, relaxation and good times. Winnie studied Business and Visual Communication at UC Berkeley and San Francisco State University. She is a member of the Association of Massage and Bodywork Professionals. When she's not practicing bodywork or world domination or trying to get through two minutes of meditation without peeking to see when the timer is going to go off, she's traipsing the globe in search of food and adventure. Winnie is completely obsessed with fascia. Also, gummy bears.
Neuromuscular Therapist, Active Release Technique (ART®) Practitioner, CAMTC-Certified Massage Therapist. Amos comes from a family of bodyworkers - both his mother and sister are seasoned CMTs. He had never considered becoming a therapist himself, until he got into a bicycle accident some years ago. Receiving highly effective massage and physical therapy during his recovery sparked his interest in health and wellness. His background as a former operations manager, and his ongoing adventures as an avid competitive cyclist continue to inform his work. Amos has amassed an impressive array of skills in therapeutic bodywork: deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, sports massage, active release techniques, Swedish massage, and Shiatsu. He is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.