healing hands


happy hill massage


...Since 1999

Integrative Massage

Swedish, Lomi Lomi and other modalities are incorporated into

a nurturing and healing experience.

1 hour=  $60

90 minute=  $90


Relaxing to both mother and baby at any point of the pregnancy

1 hour= $60

Deep tissue

add $20 more

Side by Side - 

Couples or friends who want simultaneous work, same room, two therapists, same rates per person as above

(All table massages include warm stones & aromatherapy

unless you’d prefer otherwise)

Outcalls-  add $20 per therapist

Soul to Sole-

-1/2 hour Luxurious foot massage, carefully working reflexology points-$25

-1 hour includes soothing foot soak and scrub followed by massage- $50

Seated Massage-  $1/ minute

Chair (seated) massage is happily available for your family gathering, community event or at your business to attract attention or... treat your employees! I’ll come to your office and reduce the stress level to increase productivity!

Dianne currently does seated massage at

Soto’s Marketplace at

2244 Main St.

Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon and

Thursdays from noon to 3 p.m.

Mud Over Mind- 90 minutes = $120

Pure Dead Sea clay is painted on your body drawing out impurities in your system, making your skin smoother and healthier.

Treatment is integrated with full-body massage

Products that we use...

My theory is that I have to put my hands in creams or lotions all the time and I would rather not use products that have ingredients with more than four syllables or that I just can’t pronounce! Hence, as it says on one of my creams (Santa Barbara Massage Cream)”So natural you could eat it!” That said, I often use that particular product or a mix of 100% pure shea butter, organic coconut oil and

perhaps some essential oils or all-natural Safflower oil.

All good for your skin, good for the earth.

I have recently discovered DoTerra essential oils. They ARE rather expensive but I have found them to be so concentrated and pure they are too good not to use! Many of them are edible (can’t do that with most essential oils) and the rest are amazing in combination with each other or diluted in carrier oils... Having studied herbs and oils for years, I am confident in the aroma therapy and health benefits of these products.

About Dianne Brooke

    “This is not a job. It is a chosen profession which I am truly honored to have! I absolutely love, love, love what I do!

    “I was incredibly lucky to have studied at the Hirudaya Holistic Life Center in San Luis Obispo, California. The skills and sense of nurturing and self-care I learned has served me and countless others well.

    “Swedish massage was the basis of our education however, shiatsu, passive joint therapy, trigger point, and a number of other modalities were touched upon (if you’ll pardon the expression...).

     “I continue to study and learn new techniques via classes, videos and through observation of other practitioners as well as by listening to my clients. Warm stones have become one of the most widely appreciated additions to my massage. They help bring circulation to the muscles and help you relax more deeply.

    “I love blending music, candles and essential oils to bring you even deeper. However, should you be adverse to any of these, you have only to tell me.

    “While my table sees plenty of athletes, computer junkies and plain ol’ stress monkeys, I am quite comfortable working on elderly and terminally ill folks. Whether side-lying on the table, sitting up or in bed, touch is such a comforting thing and I am honored to be of any assistance I can be. (No outcall fee for bed-ridden clients)

    “Massage is also a great way for the “girls” to spend a weekend together, father and son, mother and daughter, newlyweds... celebrate by feeling good!”

We look forward to working with you!

How to receive a great massage

    Massage is a means of allowing your body to heal itself. Remember, if you’ve been working on those knotty shoulders for years, one hour of work is not going to make them completely go away. It takes time. Help maximize the benefits of massage by doing the following:

  1. *Check your troubles at the door

  2. *Do not drink alcoholic beverages before you come- you may feel icky

  3. *Focus on your breathing- deep, slow, cleansing breaths throughout the treatment

  4. *Speaking of breathing, when a sore spot is being worked on, pay particular attention to the breath to help release whatever is being held there. However, if the uncomfortableness goes over, say, a level 5 on a scale of 1-10, asK the practitioner to back off. The body will only seize up to protect itself if it hurts too much. Remember to exhale!

  5. *Tell us if something is uncomfortable whether it’s the pressure being used, a stretch we may be applying or even the volume of the music. It’s your massage.

  6. *A warm bath or hot tub is nice prior to massage but not necessary

  7. *Let practitioners do the work- if you are moving your arms or head for them, you will not be able to fully relax and you may, in fact, experience some discomfort if you try to second guess the next move.

  8. *Drink plenty of water afterwards- flush all the toxins that may be released from a treatment.

  9. *Remember how you feel and carry that goodness with you as long as possible!

P.S. For you first-timers, snoring, drooling, flatulence, burping and emotional release are all possible, NORMAL reactions to massage!

“To Touch can be to give life”



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Welcome to our cozy little corner of heaven!

Make yourself at home and begin to

transform your stiff, tired body and overworked mind

into a more peaceful, healthy being.

Another satisfied client: young rocker,

Jackie Greene, backstage at Pozo Saloon.

Talent and personality! Jackie, that is.

(Be sure to check him out! www.jackiegreene.com)

About Ed Kraycik

Ed studied reflexology in 1996 while working for Rodale Press in Pennsylvania (the publisher of some of the best-known health and lifestyle magazines in the country). His method of working on feet is intuitive and comforting.    

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Therapeutic Massage

by Dianne Brooke


Ed Kraycik

For an appointment call

(805)927-4805 or email at