Stein Chiropractic Center 4150 Regents Park Row, La Jolla, CA92037 Stein Chiropractic Center is operated by Dr. Richard G. Stein. This practice specializes in various kinds of…More chiropractic care, including deep tissue laser therapy treatment. Dr. Stein also gives weekly lectures on mental, physical, and spiritual health.
Birdie Day Spa 7736 Fay Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Located in La Jolla, Birdie Day Spa is a full service beauty treatment facility. Its wide range of products and services…More includes facials, microdermabrasion, body treatments, Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, aroma-raindrop and reflexology massage, waxing and makeup application.
Mandolin Gardens Massage and Wellness 7730 Herschel Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Mandolin Gardens Massage and Wellness is led by owner Ruthie Gordon. It offers customized and therapeutic Swedish,…More sports, deep tissue and pregnancy massages. Gordon is nationally and state certified in massage.
Bird Rock Massage Studio 5604 la Jolla Blvd, La Jolla, CA92037 Bird Rock Massage Studio is open daily; however, appointments are highly suggested. It is nestled in a quaint little…More shopping center along with Starbucks and the Bird Rock Yogurt Company. It offers acupressure, deep tissue, Swedish, aromatherapy, prenatal massage, reflexology and trigger point massage. Waxing is available by request. If you must cancel, make sure to do so 12 hours in advance as no shows must make payment in full.
Kore Pilates 7843 Girard Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Kore is a Pilates, yoga, fitness and wellness center specializing in mind and body workouts. It has been serving the La…More Jolla community since 2002, offering Pilates-based training and teacher training. Kore also offers deep tissue massages, yoga, acupuncture, Zumba, wellness lectures, retreats and workshops. The center is located on the second floor, above LuluLemon.
Massage Envy 7650 Girard Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 A center for massage therapy, the La Jolla branch of Massage Envy is focused on providing a continuing regimen of…More treatment for clients. Their mission is to encourage massage therapy as a routine rather than an occasional event. Guests enter the space through a quiet, calmly lit lobby with receptionists on hand to check in appointments. Customers can sip complimentary tea or water while waiting for their therapist to lead them back to a private room for massage treatments. Areas of specialty vary by therapist and include methods like deep tissue, myofascial and trigger-point. Appointments are not required, but scheduling one is best to ensure availability of a particular service.