B.S. Physical Education

Certified Massage Therapist

ABMP Member

CMTC# 21963



Cancellation Policy


A 12-hour notice is required for cancellation of an appointment or you will be charged in full for the appointment. 

Payment is due before your next appointment.


​Tardiness Policy
Appointment times are as scheduled and cannot extend beyond the stated time to accommodate late arrivals. 
Please be on time to your appointment.



More pressure does not equal better results.

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Christina miranda, cmt

Our Policies

​Christina graduated from California State University, Fresno with a Bachelors of Science in Physical Education.  She worked for many years as a fitness trainer & chiropractic aide.  In 2000 Christina was suffering from frequent migraines and neck pain.

She experienced her first deep tissue massage and was amazed at how her body felt. She began receiving massage on a weekly basis and the migraines disappeared. Since that first massage session Christina felt a calling to the field of bodywork.  It wasn't until 2003 that she had the opportunity to go to massage school.

Having a background in kinesiology, anatomy and physiology made the transition to massage therapist very easy.  She started her course work at Santa Barbara Bodyworks in 2003 and graduated in Winter of 2003 as a somatic practitioner.  The basics were covered in massage school and Christina's need to know more about different techniques prompted her to take advanced course work.  

She started her own business in Santa Barbara in 2004 and then moved to Sacramento a few years later.   Christina Miranda Massage was started in the Greenhaven / Pocket area  of Sacramento in 2007.  

Christina views bodywork as a direct way of improving the client's quality of life and reducing the causes of discomfort and pain, she focuses on structural and movement-based bodywork methods.

I believe massage or bodywork should NEVER hurt so much to cause you to contract, grit your teeth or hold your breath. 


Some therapists believe, “The More Pain the Better!” I don’t believe this to be true — nor effective!
It should be a "Good Hurt”, that means applying enough pressure to do what needs to be done without causing you to tighten up and experience more pain!