1700 Shattuck Ave, 2nd Floor

Berkeley, CA 94709

(510) 486-0264




Massage Services at YogaKula

Treat yourself or your friends to a massage with one of our certified massage practitioners. Gift certificates are available.


  • incorporates a variety of strokes to increase circulation, cleanse the lymph system and relax the nervous system.

Deep Tissue

  • goes beyond the soft tissue to release built up tightness deep in the muscles.

Pre/Post-Natal Massage

  • special nurturing attention to the needs and well-being of mothers to-be and new mothers, including lower back issues and relief for weight bearing joints.

Thai Yoga Massage

  • holds its oldest roots in India 2,500 years ago and is attributed to Dr. Jivago, a personal physician to the Buddha. It incorporates yogic stretching into massage to deeply relax the muscles.

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Massage Fees

  • 1 hour massage $75
  • 1.5 hour massage $100

Massage Packages

  • Four 1-hour sessions for $280
  • Four 1.5-hour sessions for $380
  • Ten 1.5-hour sessions for $900
  • Ten 1-hour sessions for $650

Please call us at (510) 486-0264 to make an appointment.

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Massage Therapists

Damiana Carpizo’s fascination with the body as the abode of spirit and as an instrument and reflection of the mind has defined her exploration and keen interest in the healing and creative arts, meditation and yoga. She has practiced bodywork since 2005 when completing the Holistic Health/Massage Certification Program at the University of California Santa Cruz. Her yoga practice for the past 10 years and careful study of the therapeutic principles of alignment informs her work. In her sessions Damiana weaves swedish and deep tissue techniques, myofascial release, and accupressure/energy work to provide a nurturing, deeply restoring and effective session.Damiana’s passion is working with pregnant and postpartum women. This began with a desire to offer relief, comfort and healing care during this challenging and most beautiful time in a woman’s life. The experience of giving and receiving bodywork is, in her eyes, not only therapeutic but a way of celebrating and enhancing the gift of embodiment.