Walter Witkowski, CMT, owner/operator
Trained in Santa Barbara, CA, through the Body Therapy and the Advanced Training Institutes with over 1,500 hours of schooling and hands-on experience, Walter brings an extraordinary combination of amiability and professionalism to his clients that makes him respected and sought after in the mobile massage business. He specializes in Swedish and Deep Tissue. Other modalities include: Reflexology, CranioSacral, Hot Stone and Aromatherapy.
Walter is currently the lead male therapist, with two years of experience, at Salt Caves Santa Barbara, 740 State Street, (805) 963-7258. He is also employed through Mobile Massage CA (at the Hadsted House in Solvang, CA).
Walter is licensed through the state of California by the California Massage Therapy Council (certificate number 51873) as well as the City of Santa Barbara (number 975953) and is insured through Great American Insurance Group (policy number PL1945016.
Mary Jeanne Ernst, CMT
Mary Jeanne has worked for over 25 years in several hotel and resort spas, private homes, and chiropractic offices in Santa Barbara. She is a teacher of Swedish massage, Spa-Deep pressure massage, Shiatsu (Acupressure), and Foot Reflexology, through Gaucho Recreation at the University of California at Santa Barbara.
In addition, she is experienced in various healing modalities, including Trigger point therapy, Medical Massage, Trager bodywork, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone therapy, and Natural Skin Care. Mary Jeanne's style includes individually focused work with extra warm hands in a intuitive, healing, and ultra-relaxing way.
Sri van der Kroef, CMT
Sri has been a full time licensed massage therapist in Santa Barbara for twenty years. She specializes in Swedish and deep Swedish modalities, which involve long strokes that bring ease to overused muscles, offering relief from the sometimes unconscious tension held in the body, which can cause stress.
Sri integrates somatic clearing into the massage, which creates a direct dialogue through touch with the client's sympathetic nervous system. The result is a more integrated communication between the brain and the body, as well as deep relaxation and comfort in the muscles.