10AM - 9PM 7 Days a week   (510) 655-7174

PIedmont Spa

A Center for massage therapy




At Piedmont Spa the length of service requested is the actual amount of hands-on time that you will receive. This means that a 60 minute massage is one full hour of massage time!

We offer a variety of massage styles and specialties.  For more information on these, please click on the About tab.

Piedmont Spa believes in paying their massage therapists a living wage which is why the prices have increased  in 2019.  All gift certificates will also be sold as a dollar amount only beginning January 1st. We appreciate your understanding of this change and look forward to continuing to provide exceptional bodywork to our community.

                       Services                                                                                                      Prices

                       30 minutes                                                                                               $55.00                    

                       45 minutes                                                                                               $70.00                    

                       60 minutes                                                                                               $90.00

                       75 minutes                                                                                               $115.00

                       90 minutes                                                                                               $135.00

                       105 minutes                                                                                            $150.00

                       120 minutes                                                                                            $170.00

                       Hot Stone 90 minutes                                                                       $150.00

                       CBD cream add-on                                                                              $20.00

                               ($18 refill with same jar)

Meet the Massage Therapists

We know that finding the perfect massage therapist for you is important.  If you would like a recommendation please call us with your questions and preferences.  No matter which therapist you choose, you can rest assured that you are in good hands!

Alexandra has been practicing massage for over 9 years after graduating from Sebastapool school of massage/Mckinnon. She trained in a variety of modalities, including, Swedish, Deep Tissue and Trigger Point. Alexandra is passionate about injury rehabilitation and has worked at a number of spas in Sonoma County. Her passion is client education and personal health management. She blends the best of her modalities to create a custom session for each of her clients. 

Schedule: Tuesday 3-9pm, Thursday 10-3pm and every other Friday and Sunday.

Arielle (AR-ee-L)

Arielle always had a great respect for the human body. She fell in love with the art of bodywork in 2013 while studying massage therapy at the National Holistic Institute. After graduating, she went on to study to become a Neuromuscular Therapist. Well versed in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Therapy, Trigger Point, and table Shiatsu.  Arielle blends modalities to best suit who she works with. Before relocating to the East Bay Arielle, has worked with chiropractors, acupunturists and neurologists where her skill in touch and knowledge of structure play an integral part in her clients' health.

Schedule: Thursday 3-9pm, Saturday & Sunday  10-4pm
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Amalia Castanon Hill is a product of her “Hippy” parents. While her father stayed home to raise Amalia and her two siblings, her Mother held down the family with an great career at Random House Publishing. Her Mom maintained balance by honoring practices that her Native American/Mexican heritage provided, especially when it came to health. With this foundation and the forward thinking actions of her role-defying parents, Amalia was always exposed to Indigenous medicines, mostly herbs, and healing modalities.

Massage Therapy quickly became Amalia’s focus.  She found a love of bodywork, health and wellness through her parents. She received her CMT hours from McKinnon Body Therapy Center in Oakland. Her career began to bud beautifully.

Amalia loves to learn, appreciates variety and new experiences, and has an incredible knack for being present with her clients. “Listening with her hands and her heart,” seems to be her gift. Amalia does Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Acupressure, Hot Stone and more!
Schedule: Tuesday 10-4pm, Wednesday 10-3pm




 Bekah is the Spa Manager, and is available for any questions/concerns. Please email piedmontspa@gmail.com or call (510)-655-7174

Caroline (Caro-Lyne)

Caroline developed a passion for holistic healing when she became ill and was able to heal herself through diet, yoga, meditation, massage, herbs and acupuncture. That led her to discover the power of massage more deeply while attending and graduating with over 1000 hours at the National Holistic Institute.

She focuses on Swedish and Shiatsu which combines the main Western and Eastern modalities and also uses Deep Tissue which adds more depth and alignment to the massage.  She is a firm believer of natural holistic healing and a fan of empowering her clients through education and will often give advice on how to live a better and healthier life.

Caroline offers Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, and Sports Massage.

Schedule: Sunday 4-9pm

To unwind the body and mind, Chelsea uses her background in a variety of modalities including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Shiatsu, Sports massage, Myofascial Release techniques, Reflexology, Hot Stone and CranioSacral. She especially enjoys working with pregnant bodies. Her touch is nurturing, and you can expect to leave her table feeling grounded and rejuvenated.
Schedule: Monday 10-4pm 


From a young age Eliza was delighted to discover an ability to listen in to the muscles and bones of a person, eventually learning how to follow along and hold a conversation with the entire body.

Eliza practices massage always with a listening touch, holding space for the body to unwind by its own innate healing mechanisms. She has done a lot of work assisting clients with chronic holding patterns and trauma. When working with clients she employs training in acupressure, tui na, cranial sacral, and swedish techniques. Sessions with her tread the fine line between the physical and the energetic and often result in a journey into a deep parasympathetic state. Eliza is passionate about self care and brings a background in herbal medicine, women’s health, meditation and breathing techniques to assist you when you’re not on the table.

She strives to develop lasting relationships with those who are invested in their own long term health and looking to foster more complete awareness within themselves. Some have said that the work Eliza does in partnership with her clients is “magic!” and she wants nothing more than to be able to continue growing in and sharing this magic!

Eliza is a native of the Bay Area and feels a deep connection with the oak covered hillsides, bay breezes, and secret canyons. Her best friend is her Border Collie, Salix, and she loves teaching him new tricks, practicing Qi Gong, gardening, tasting good wine, and making diorama art from strange children’s figurines.

Schedule: Tuesday 3-9pm, Friday 4-9pm and several weekend dates.


Erik is a native Georgian and a graduate from the award winning Atlanta School of Massage first to partner with Emory University in Neuromuscular therapy research. 
Erik believes in creating custom treatments incorporating Swedish, Deep tissue and Neuromuscular therapy/Trigger Point to help relieve stress, treat injury, (both chronic and acute) reduce tension, alleviate muscle soreness and increase athletic performance.  Erik integrates a holistic approach to massage therapy.
As a runner and weight exercise enthusiast, he understands the impact and stress that is put on our bodies through rigorous training and everyday activity. His approach reconnects mind, body and soul to help the body heal itself.

Schedule: Thursday & Friday 3-9pm


Evelyn received her training at the Charles Jones Career and Education Center in Sacramento, CA.in 2009 and is certified by the California Massage Therapy Council.

Evelyn specializes in Shiatsu, Swedish and Deep Tissue/Trigger Point, Sports Massage and Myofascial Release.

She began her journey into massage while studying dance and flow arts and believes in bringing balance to the body and calming the mind, tailoring each session to one's needs drawing from an extensive background in bodywork, yoga and movement arts to give an intuitive, integrated approach to each session.

Schedule: Saturday 10-3pm


 Heather has over 1,000 hours of education in Massage Therapy and Holistic Health. She uses her intuition and over 20 years of massage experience to engage her kinesthetic and empathic abilities to help your body find balance. She blends techniques by tuning into the bodies needs. The modalities that she utilizes are Lymphatic Drainage to alleviate swelling, assist with cleansing, and to recover from injuries, Swedish for relaxation and body restoration, Reiki and Jin Shin Do Acupressure to purge, regulate, and transform energy, and Deep Tissue to alleviate tension from knots.  Heather has a lot of experience with Pregnancy Massage to prepare womens bodies for labor and to relieve the stress of pregnancy. She was trained as a Doula. She has taken four birth courses including the Bradley Method and Birthing From Within, and gives an excellent Pre- and Peri-Natal Massage.  Heather also loves Herbology and Aromatherapy, and enjoys utilizing essential oils into a massage.

Schedule: Monday 4-9pm



Jessica understands massage as an integral part to everyone’s preventative and complimentary health care practice. Her particular area of interest is how massage engages our rest and digest (parasympathetic nervous system) response to allow our bodies to heal themselves.

An accomplished artist and animal lover, in 2014 Jessica received her certification in Ashtanga and Yin yoga, which jump started her into the path of natural healing.

 She later went on to become certified in massage therapy and has worked in Chicago area hotel spas and chiropractic clinics before relocating back to California. Jessica incorporates relaxation, deep tissue, myofascial, trigger point and reflexology into her highly personalized massage. She is certified in prenatal and oncology massage, on her way to become a preferred practitioner with the Society for Oncology Massage. Special considerations apply for oncology massage including gentle massage and modifications for impacted lymph nodes. A thorough intake is necessary to ensure proper safety precautions.

 Jessica’s highest priority is to understand the very specific needs of each client, and to make them feel that they’ve had the best massage experience possible.  She is a lifelong learner and continually adds new massage techniques and skills to her repertoire.

Schedule: Tuesday 10-4pm, Wednesday 4-9pm,  Friday 11-5pm, Saturday 10-3pm


Marcial's training began as a boy in rural Mexico learning the traditions of curanderismo, the natural way of healing physical and emotional illness of Mexico and Latin America.  He was brought to massage by his mentors, and found connection through the Esalen Institute.  He completed his massage studies at McKinnon, where he learned modalities including: Esalen massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports massage, as well as some Acupressure, and Shiatsu. He has a warm, grounded presence, and a well-rounded variety of tools he uses to tailor a session to the individual needs of his clients. 

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday 4-9pm


 My view of wellness comes largely from the perspective of Ida Rolf’s theory that sound function follows integrated form. Achieving longevity and living free of chronic illness, fatigue, and pain requires attention and engagement in the restructuring of one’s physical form.   Breaking away from movement and thinking patterns that lead us away from a holistic and integrated system is empowering as well as fun.  What you will learn on this path to health you will take with you and be able to use on your own to take charge of your own well-being.

We will work using a structural integration set of 10 sessions that is rooted in the teaching of Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkreis, and Zen Master Tanouye Tenshin Rotaishi.  This work will release you from contractive patterning, softening and lengthening your muscles and tendons, opening all the joints, connecting from head to toe through an integrated myofascial network, and creating the conditions for broader sensory awareness.   We will also be working with exercises and phrases from Tai Chi and Ji Bin Gung that will set the changes in tendon length and efficient movement patterns into your nervous system.

What I am seeking in pursuing Chinese Internal Martial arts and the healing corrective arts is multidimensional strength, longevity, and an ever growing connectivity.  Sensory awareness is a fun and endless journey that requires patience, meditation, and daily practice.  

Becoming connected requires learning to move in a different way.  We will learn how to engage the fascia matrix from head to toe and gain a sense of fullness.  By lessening the use of contracting individual muscles or groups we will learn to live and breath using the entire body in an open lengthening manner.  

Schedule: Substitute therapist. Call for schedule.


Michelle graduated from McKinnon Body Therapy Center where she gained a deep appreciation for both Eastern and Western modalities.  Providing a nurturing and firm touch, she integrates Clinical Deep Tissue techniques with restorative qualities of Swedish and Shiatsu massage.  She listens carefully, designing each session to access the healing capacity and well-being within her clients.  In her free time, she enjoys making music and tending her backyard garden.

Schedule: Sunday 10-3pm 


 ​Miguel is a McKinnon Body Therapy Center graduate with a background in Swedish, deep tissue, sports and prenatal massage with an emphasis in working with TMJ disorders. His skills have been seasoned with his work in spa and chiropractic settings, and he excels at weaving his bodywork expertise with the energetic aspects of Eastern modalities.

His work experience prior to moving full time into healing  arts included human resources and customer service. This helped him develop a passion in fulfilling clients needs, which he enjoys  bringing  to the table.

Miguel uses his skills and intuition to find the client's challenging areas and to determine which modalities to use to address and alleviate pain, improve mobility, and achieve relaxation. He is willing to meet the challenges and customize the massage according to what each client needs to improve their quality of life.

Schedule: Monday 1-7pm,  Saturday 3-9pm


Monica is a graduate of National Holistic Institute in Emeryville, CA. She have seven years of experience in therapeutic work. Her style of massage is a blend of Swedish, deep tissue and tigger point therapy. Using mostly intuition work to release tension she has worked in the Napa Valley area and also all over the Bay Area. When not at work she enjoy's traveling, getting in shape, and being a forever student.

Schedule: Thursday 3-9pm, every other Friday 3-9pm

By blending a combination of modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Neuromuscular therapy, Morgan custom tailors each individual session to your specific needs.  With a gentle but firm touch, Morgan applies her skills in Trigger Point therapy to ease away knots.
Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-4pm

Paul is a McKinnon graduate and has been working in the field of bodywork for over 6 years. Paul specializes primarily in Eastern modalities. He is highly skilled in Tui Na, Deep Tissue, Acupressure, Craniosacral and Prenatal Massage. He is attentive to his clients’ needs and can perform each modality on its own or can seamlessly combine modalities. A combination of these styles provides a deep relaxation. Paul also integrates Swedish and Reflexology to help ease muscle pain. Paul is intuitive and present during his sessions and holds a comfortable and balanced space for his clients. He practices Tai Chi and Qi Gong for his own health and brings a sense of joy and calm to each session. Paul is also a musician and his artistic background is the source of the creative spirit with which he performs massage and applies a healing touch.

Schedule: Tuesday & Wednesday 3pm-9pm, Friday 10:30am-4pm

Resham (Ray-Shum)

Resham is here to wake up inert muscle tissue and offer soothing care to nervous systems. From an early age, she was allured by dynamism in dance and the precision of portrait drawing and ceramic sculpture based on anatomical study of the human figure. Finding massage was a natural progression from work with clay bodies to human bodies, a chance for her to connect other people to a story of healing. In her massage practice, she draws from intuitive listening skills obtained from dedicated art practice, yoga, trauma-sensitive healing, and the completion of the 1350 hour massage and advanced Neuromuscular Therapy program at National Holistic Institute.

Resham’s practice involves a mix of modalities including Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue, Abdominal Release, Shiatsu, Swedish, Hot Stone, and Prenatal massage.

Clients and friends have described her touch as investigative and sensitive. Resham has worked on bodies of all ages, from a variety of cultures. She regularly volunteers massage to the socioeconomically disadvantaged. She is continuously seeking to learn from everything around her and still engages in art making, dance exploration, and plant-food, all as medicine.

Schedule: Sunday 4-9pm, Monday 10-3pm.

Ron graduated with 720 hours from the National Holistic Institute in 2006. Ron enjoys bringing a sense of deep relaxation and peace to each session. He specializes in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Trigger Point, and Sports massage. His touch is intuitive, confident, and caring.
Schedule: Sunday 5-9pm


Tyler approaches massage through a holistic perspective that combines concepts from deep tissue, Swedish, and trigger point modalities, as well as Eastern Thai and Ayurvedic influences.

After years of traveling abroad, living and studying in Brazil, India, Costa Rica and Mexico, Tyler decided to solidify his desire to help others by formally studying Massage Therapy at the esteemed Louisiana Institute of Massage Therapy.

Tyler spends his time running a business that empowers indigenous artists, volunteering to help low-income families in the Bay Area to end poverty, and playing music. 

Schedule: Saturday & Sunday 3-9pm