Project Zen | Massage Therapy in San Francisco, CA

Project Zen | Massage Therapy in San Francisco, CA

Our San Francisco and Burlingame locations are small and cozy, designed to provide a little oasis of peace and calm in the midst of busy urban areas.

Some of the services we specialize in are Swedish, Thai massage, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Foot Reflexology, Shiatsu, Hot Stone, and Thai Herbal Press. We also offer a selection of “Detox Therapies” for those who would like to take some more time to unwind.

We offer health, harmony, and balance at a price that will allow you to make massage part of your regular wellness practice. Our philosophy is that people are overworked and desperately in need of relaxation. Our stressful lifestyle often leads to physical, mental, and emotional disorders. Western medicine, although essential, focuses on intervention rather than prevention. Whether you are looking for some serious bodywork or just a relaxing time to unwind, we can personalize every massage to meet your needs.

http://projectzenmassage.com/

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