Our vision is coupled with the local town slogan, “Better together”. Our role within the community is to bring unity through personal healing. As we release pain and stress from our body and mind, we experience more energy and are more productive and we’re better able to be present, communicate, and connect with our loved ones and work together for a happier, enjoyable community living.
Our mission is to provide a tranquil environment that brings you a whole-body connection for pain relief, relaxation, and well-being.
With a variety of techniques we use to address your specific needs, we are able to increase the rate at which your body heals from an accident, injuries and other forms of trauma.
We create a tranquil environment appealing to your senses of sight, smell, touch, and sound during your massage to give you a place to “get away” and relax and dream so you feel refreshed and revived.
We provide an array of massage and spa services to improve your mental and physical well-being by improving circulation, stimulating the lymphatic system, and increasing the positive hormones.
Meet the founder
Elk Hills Massage and Bodyworks was founded in 2014 by Sybil Riipinen with the purpose of bringing pain relief, relaxation, and a state of well-being to her patients.
Sybil has always had a love for the outdoors, wildlife, farm animals, and health. Her dream was to start a farm so she went to massage school as a means to earn an income that would fund her passion for farming. During her studies she became so intrigued with the many benefits of massage and the life changing difference she could make in people’s lives that she decided to make massage therapy a lifelong career.
Sybil has experience and knowledge of the use of a wide range of massage and spa techniques including Zen Triggerpoint, Zen Bodytherapy, Ayurvedic Massage & Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue Lomilomi Massage, Cupping Massage, and Active Isolated Stretching. She finds great joy when she is able to identify the source of her clients’ pain and then sees the relief on their faces as they feel that pain disappear.