For over 17 years I've focused on the anatomy of the body and how it moves in space.
With extensive knowledge of musculoskeletal health science and injury rehabilitation I help realign your body using massage.
Using these modalities I balance out muscles. Afterward, I design customized exercises and stretches that will help you with your balance and posture.
With over 2000 hours of continuing education in Myofascial and Neurofascial release, Prenatal & Postnatal, Craniosacral rhythms, Thai massage, accupressure and essential oils, intra oral, Trigger point therapy, and so many more I’m dedicated and excited every few months to deepen my knowledge to communicate with the body and support people to have the “Aha” moment they connect something inside of them to what they’ve been feeling in aches, pains, or restrictions in their own bodies.
I have seen the benefits in my clients lives after helping them align their body, reduce their pain and provide them with genuine relaxation.
All linens, creams, aromatherapy oils, and cleaning products are 100% Organic*
Established in 2002.
With over 12 years of experience in dance, Doula work, Chiropractic assisting, and managing a gym Onyia gained an early love of caring for the body.
Onyia has been practicing bodywork since 2002. She graduated in 2007 from University of Western States, Portland, Oregon.
She established Onyia's Rehabilitative Massage June of 2012.
Onyia has been at the Irving street location since 2013.
Continuing Education 2013-Ongoing:
Brian Utting: 200 + hour training for Deep tissue and myofascial massage with deep anatomical and physiological connections. Multiple assist teaching his anterior neck class, deep hip Psoas and lower back class, shoulder girdle, and rib cage breathing support with myofascial release.
Pat O'Rourke: 300+ hour training on myofascial deep tissue and structural injury repair with a Cranio Sacral therapy approach.
Erene LeJune: 100+ hour training on Chinese (Chi Nei Tsung) and Mayan Abdominal massage, pre and postnatal abdominal massage, and Buddhist mediation.
Christopher Deprato: Head of PT at UCSF and head PT with male swim and gymnastics US Olympic team. Ongoing training with myofasical decompression cupping and gua sha.
Josh Morton: Active release
Rock Tape: Rock taping for nerve entrapment, fascial restriction, injury stability, and unwinding.
Steve Enko & Mike Hamm: Neurofascial manipulation for nerve entrapment.
Tanya Hughes: Breath work
Yulia Rylkova & Viki Ius: Thai massage
Carole Osborne: 70+ hour training on Pre & Perinatal Massage therapy.