Massage Therapy

Scheduling & Pricing

SRWC Beach Balance’s licensed massage therapists offer a variety of massage modalities that help release stress, relieve muscle pain, and improve well-being

Appointments can be booked online through Acuity, in person, or over the phone at (562) 985 - 0763 during Beach Balance operating hours. Appointments must be made more than a day in advance, as next day bookings are not accepted.

Appointments must be paid for, in-full, by the end of the next business day or prior to the appointment, whichever occurs earlier. Payments can be made via the SRWC GO app, online at, or in-person at the SRWC Fitness and Beach Balance desk.


Massage Length Student SRWC Member Non-Student
30 Minutes $25 $30 $35
60 Minutes $47 $55 $65
90 Minutes $70 $80 $90

Massage Therapists & Hours of Availability

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Shirene McKinney

Shirene's initial massage training was in clinical massage, a solutions-based framework to address injuries, muscular tension, daily aches and pains. Over the span of her 20-year career Shirene has continued her education to integrate movement, postural analysis, energy work, therapeutic techniques and multiple modalities to provide complete care.

In addition to Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point and neuromuscular therapy, Shirene specializes in craniosacral therapy, oncology (lymphatic pathway) massage and cupping.


Tuesday & Thursday: 12 - 5:15 P.M
Friday: 11 A.M. - 4 P.M

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Matt Jardim

Matt Jardim is a seasoned, licensed Massage Therapist bringing five years of professional expertise to his practice. Specializing in therapeutic deep tissue and circulatory massage, his prime modalities also encompass myofascial release techniques. With a passion for promoting wellness, Matt is eagerly anticipating the opportunity to extend his skills and knowledge to the CSULB community. His dedication to enhancing individuals' well-being through targeted therapeutic techniques makes him a valuable asset to those seeking holistic care and relief.


Monday: 11 A.M. - 3 P.M
Wednesday: 11 A.M. - 3 P.M

Massage Modalities

General Massages
  • Deep Tissue Massage: Utilizes deep pressure strokes to release tension in the deep layers of your muscles and fascia. Great for treating chronic pain or injury. One of our most requested massages.
  • Hot Stone Massage: Utilizes smooth, water-heated stones to ease muscle stiffness and melt away tension at key points on the body. Great for stress relief.
  • Swedish Massage: Utilizes smooth, long, gliding strokes to relax the body and the mind. A great introductory massage for those new to massage therapy. Great for stress relief.
Specialty Massages
  • Aromatherapy Massage: Incorporates the use of essential oils into lotions and diffusers to promote relaxation and boost one’s mood. Great for stress relief. One of our most requested massages.
  • Body Work Therapeutic Massage (NEW): Utilizes passive modalities and active interventions to address muscle tightness and minor musculoskeletal injuries. Great for treating chronic pain or injury.
  • Cranial Sacral Release Therapy: Utilizes a soft touch to release restrictions and decrease compression in the soft tissues around the head, spinal column, and sacrum. Great for treating chronic pain or injury.
  • Cupping Therapy: Increases blood circulation and decreases muscle tension using plastic therapy cups.
  • Lymphatic Massage: A gentle massage that encourages the movement of lymph fluid to remove waste and toxins from the body. Great for stress relief and treating chronic pain or injury.
  • Pre-Natal Therapy: A nurturing, relaxing massage that helps alleviate pregnancy-related aches and pains. Great for stress relief.
  • Reflexology Therapy: Utilizes gentle pressure on specific points of the hands and feet to improve circulation, detoxify the body, and reduce tension.
  • Sport Massage: Utilizes firm pressure strokes and stretching techniques to flush-out lactic acid that has built up in the muscles from recent activity. Great for treating chronic pain or injury. One of our most requested massages.
  • Stretching Massage: Utilizes assisted stretching techniques to enhance flexibility and increase range of motion. Great for stress relief.
  • Trigger Point Therapy: Involves static compression on rigid muscle tissue, commonly known as knots, to reset muscle firing patterns and decrease muscle aches. Great for treating chronic pain or injury.

Massage Etiquette

Paperwork & Arrival - It is suggested that clients complete all paperwork online when registering. If paperwork cannot be completed online prior to the appointment, plan on arriving 15 minutes early. The length of a massage may be shortened in the event of a late arrival as not to inconvenience other clients.

Showering - Since the SRWC is a fitness facility, it is understandable that clients may be working out prior to an appointment. However, please be considerate of the massage therapist and shower prior to the massage.

Cancellations - Advance cancellations (more than 24hrs notice) can be made in the Acuity app or by contacting Beach Balance. Late cancellations (less than 24hrs notice) must be made with Beach Balance via phone. A $25 charge will be applied for any no shows or late cancellations. This amount will be deducted from the initial massage payment and the remaining balance (excluding service fees) will be refunded. Refunds will be processed within 3-5 business days of the originally scheduled massage.

Inappropriate Language and Actions - Beach Balance massage therapists are certified by the State of California. All massages are therapeutically oriented and non-sexual. Any remarks or gestures made by a client and interpreted by the therapist as harassment or sexual in nature will result in the immediate termination of the session without refund.

Injuries or Other Medical Conditions - Massage therapy is not a substitute for medical examination, diagnosis, or the treatment of injuries or other medical conditions and may be contraindicated for some individuals. Massage therapists are not qualified to perform spinal or skeletal adjustments or diagnose, prescribe, or treat any physical or mental illness. Massage therapists have the right to terminate a session and request a physician’s clearance from a primary care physician for any contraindications written in the client intake form and/or communicated by a client or observed by the massage therapist during sessions.x

Tipping - Though tipping is appreciated among massage therapists, it is not expected among any customer. Any tips should be provided directly to a massage therapist as Beach Balance staff personnel are not permitted to handle gratuities.

For more information about massage therapy, contact SRWC Beach Balance at
(562) 985-0763.

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