About Ritual Massage
"Ritual" is about setting intention and honoring routine.
Receiving mindful massage on a regular basis is proven to reduce pain, stress, anxiety, depression, and sleep disturbances.
Care and connection in a judgement free, obligation free space sets the intention for engaged wellness and encourages a deep sense of calm.
This space exists as a sanctuary in which you're invited to clear your mind, remain present in your body, and feel good.
Photos by Lora Wagener
A credit card or gift certificate is required for appointment reservations.
A minimum of 12 hours notice is required when canceling or rescheduling an appointment. Changes to your appointment within the 12 hours prior will result in being charged 50% of the service cost; no-shows will be charged 100% of the service cost. As a courtesy, you will be sent an initial confirmation as well as a reminder via email- please use these to coordinate your time. You're welcome to send someone else in your place to avoid any charges.
If you feel unwell, please cancel immediately- fees related to illness will be waived.
To ensure you receive the entire duration of your service, please be sure to arrive on time. If you're running late, please let me know. New clients should arrive 10 minutes early to allow time for introduction and discussion; returning clients should arrive 5 minutes early.
Credit cards, cash, and Venmo accepted (no checks).
Parking is avaialble in the the parking lot adjacent to our building (just west on Mary St.)
The studio is located on the second story of a building with no elevator. Please be aware that you will need to climb a set of stairs.
Products used & treats offered are always vegan : )
About Erica Riddle
Erica Riddle is a graduate of Mueller College of Holistic Studies in San Diego, CA. She completed the Holistic Health Practitioner program and became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2004. Since then, she has worked in many restorative bodywork settings across the country.
She was driven to pursue massage while tending to her father after he was diagnosed with cancer. Witnessing the simple act of touch not only relieve his muscular pain, but also provide connection and compassion during his end of life care has shaped Erica's dedication to offering bodywork that honors both body and mind.
Erica actively seeks out new research in the field of manual therapy and is committed to maintaining a thoughtful, professional, evidence-based practice. Her approach is firm, gentle, and communicative.
When she's not at work, you can find her roaming the peaks and valleys of the Sierras with her husband and two sons, or growing food and flowers in her garden.
Member, Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals