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Massage Therapy
by
Neil Camero
in
El Segundo CA, Hawthorne CA, Hermosa Beach CA, Manhattan Beach CA, Rancho Palos Verdes CA, Redondo Beach CA, Rolling Hills Estates CA, San Pedro CA, Torrance CA


South Bay Bodywork

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Modalities
Deep Tissue LomiLomi
Soft Tissue Release Sports
Service Areas
  • El Segundo, CA
  • Hawthorne, CA
  • Hermosa Beach, CA
  • Manhattan Beach, CA
  • Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
  • Redondo Beach, CA
  • Rolling Hills Estates, CA
  • San Pedro, CA
  • Torrance, CA
Full Name Neil Camero
Business Name South Bay Bodywork
Account Status Active
Rates Outcalls at $120/hr. Travel fee applies to cities outside of the Torrance 10 mile radius. I do not accept tips.
Gender(s) Male Therapist
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Website http://www.southbaybodywork.com/
ZIP Code 90503
Main Phone # 310-709-1712
Summary Neil Camero, ACBT of South Bay Bodywork specializes in balancing your postural alignment, improving flexibility, and treating repetitive strain injuries. Over 1000 hours of training, and is a Certified Bodywork Therapist by ABMP.
Description Providing in-home massage & bodywork for the South Bay of Los Angeles. Serving the South Bay cities including Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, El Segundo, San Pedro, Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Lawndale, Hawthorne, and Carson.

Deep Tissue Structural Bodywork is slow and sometimes intense work focused on releasing areas of thickened fascia that holds structural imbalances. Deep Swedish is commonly advertised as Deep Tissue. This is not a full body massage, and uses very little cream, if any. Structural Bodywork, works towards resolution, not relaxation.

Clinical Sports Therapy is not just for athletes! If you use your body, you too get chronic pain, and repetitive strain injuries just as athletes do. It's just a simple process of re-educating the bad habits stored in "muscle memory", and increasing flexibility to deal with the cause of pain.

Not in any kind of pain? Then just relax with the flowing forearm dance of Hawaiian "Temple Bodywork" Lomi Lomi. There are several main styles of Lomi Lomi, and this style differs from the Traditional Lomi Lomi (Auntie Margaret) which uses mostly hands and some forearm.
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