I believe that massage should address underlying musculoskeletal issues while being relaxing and comfortable. It’s important to release tension, but it’s also important to provide relaxation for the mind.

While I work most heavily with Swedish massage, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy, my practice is a synthesis of many methodologies, including joint mobilization, fascial scraping, energy work, and my extensive knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics.

When I begin a session, I ask, “What can I do for you today?” and that is the essence of my bodywork practice. Whether we are addressing complex musculoskeletal issues or the need for deep relaxation, every client deserves a unique, beautiful, mindful session.

Text Now Book Now

In-Studio Massage

I generally offer appointments at my massage studio, 546 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA on Sunday and Wednesday, with the first session starting at 2pm and the final session starting at 8pm.

  • 60-min massage    •   $165
  • 90-min massage    •   $205
  • 120-min massage  •   $245

Text Now Book Now

When booking, please let me know if you have any allergies, especially to nuts, skin oils, essential oils, or floral essences.

In-Home Massage

I happily provide mobile service in the San Francisco Bay Area, generally on Monday and Friday, with the first session starting at 2pm and the final session starting at 8pm.

Because of the travel, timing and pricing can vary. To schedule an appointment, please contact me at (415) 469-1996.








About Me

Jason Knisley, CMT, BS Kinesiology

I take immense satisfaction in helping my clients achieve relaxation while relieving pain and stress. With eighteen years as a CMT (certified massage therapist), I have developed a deep understanding of anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanics, as well as a sensitivity to the energy and flow of the body.

In addition to my massage training, completed at National Holistic Institute’s original Emeryville campus in 2004, I hold a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from San Francisco State University, with independent research in Motor Development.

My goal is to use my expertise and intuition to provide personalized sessions that meet the unique needs of each client, helping them to find balance and relief. Whether you are seeking relief from chronic pain, recovery from an injury, or looking to promote relaxation and self-care, I am here to lend a hand… or an elbow.


California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) #2522
Board Certified Massage Therapist (BCBTMB/NCBTMB)

Member of the American Massage Therapy Assocation (AMTA)