Mike is a massage therapist who designs each massage to reflect the client's wishes and incorporate his techniques accordingly, whether it is a Swedish massage for relaxation or a Therapeutic massage for pain or injury. Mike also works on chronic pain issues such as Migraine Headaches, post surgical procedures, TMJ, Sciatica and more.
“ People are changing attitudes about massage and other alternative medicines. Massage can be a great alternative to having surgery for issues such as Rotator Cuff, Knee Strain/Sprain, Carpal Tunnel, Tennis Elbow and others.”
He is passionate about learning and developing new techniques to enhance his practice.
Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB), Licensed Massage Therapist, Member of The AMTA
Deep Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release, Pre/Postnatal, Reflexology, Sports, Swedish, Trigger Point, Post Isometric Relaxation, Stretching
What Mike’s Clients Say:
“I have suffered with this shoulder blade pain for years. After 3 visits with Mike it is almost completely gone.”
“I can tell Mike is passionate about massage and really enjoys what he is doing.”
Lauri is an experienced event planner, hands-on course and lecture planning coordinator in the dental industry.
She is also a passionate photographer.
Meet our Instructors
Boris Prilutsky has been teaching and practicing medical and sports massage for over 40 years. He is the founder of the Southern California Health Institute school of massage, physical therapy aide and chiropractor assistants program in Los Angeles. He graduated from the Pedagogic Institute of Higher Education in Vinnitsa, Ukraine, with the degree in physical education, completed postgraduate physical rehabilitation study at Lesgofft Institute of the former Leningrad, graduated from Medical College in Ramat-Gan, Israel, with a major in chiropractic medicine. The first 20 years of his career, he spent working with Olympian teams of the former Soviet Union. Boris has trained thousands of therapists worldwide. He also treats patients with various neural, muscular and skeletal disorders at his offices at San Fernando Valley as well as at Beverly Hills, California. When teaching classes, Boris shares not only book knowledge, but most importantly clinical experiences from the treatment room.
Boris' professional philosophy, developed after many years in the treatment room and teaching thousands of students, could be shrunken to a small phrase "Simple approach to massage therapy."