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Custom Lifestyle-Oriented Massage

Ken Brodhagen specializes in customizing a massage program that best fits your fitness and wellness goals.

Whether you’re a weekend worrier, stressed from long days at the office, suffering from chronic or acute pain or an elite athlete looking to improve your competitive edge, you’ve come to the right place.

Our massage program focuses on finding and addressing problem areas in your body that you may not even be aware of and thereby staving off potentially chronic pain patterns.

BFit Tennis Massage

BFit specializes in tennis massages to provide relief, relax muscles and improve your game.

Tennis is a tremendous workout that improves not only our physical strength but also our mental fortitude. Having strong hand-eye coordination leads to increased reasoning skills, social skills and can even make us more productive at work. Playing your best relies on your body being in peak form both on and off the court. This is why the BFit Tennis Massage was designed around you and your game. A tennis player himself, Ken understands the areas of stress the body endures while chasing that ball up and down the net.

Click Here! Understand why tennis players should receive a tennis massage from a tennis specialist.

BFit Office Athlete Massage

Working long hours in front of a computer can cause lots of unnatural tension in the body. BFit has custom massages that alleviate all the aches, tension and stress we take home from work.

Whether your love your job or feel “it’s complicated,” there is one thing for sure, you’re good at it! Unfortunately productivity is good for the caffeine industry but it’s a wreck on our body. And just as you’d take a coffee break it’s time to give your body a break with a BFit Office Massage. Ken understands how excessive sitting can affect your body and his skillful hands will have you melting into massage heaven in no time at all.

BFit Regular Massages

Ken will hand craft a massage specific for your lifestyle, body type and pain areas.

When we were kids our body was constantly growing each day and, as a result, our bodies didn’t need daily stretching because it was doing it already. But now that we’re all grown up our body is affected by our old friend… gravity. Whose constant pull combined with excessive working out or sitting down, dehydration, stress and diet can cause all sorts of pain and stiffness. Just as the Roman Citizens praised thousands of years ago, a good massage by a true professional will not only undo this “adulting” we’ve come to do, but also bring us back to the nirvana of enjoying a youthful body.

Massages not only alleviate pain, tension and stress, but they can prevent little pains from becoming chronic pains. Whether your hiking, carrying kids, driving a lot or just need some time to yourself, a BFit Massage is waiting for you.

Massages Types:

Neuromuscular massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue, Swedish Massage, Sports massage, Pregnancy massage, Hot Stones, and more.

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Ready for your custom BFit Massage? Quickly and easily book your massage with Ken using the app below.

About Ken Brodhagen

The brains behind the hands of BFit Massage

Ken Brodhagen has always had an interest in massage therapy and bodywork. In 1997 he received a Certificate in Massage Therapy after completing a 100 hour training course.

During his years of practicing massage, Ken’s passion for providing his clients with the most beneficial treatments grew. Inspired, he returned to school. After completing 1000+ hours of coursework and training, Ken graduated from the Western Institute of Neuromuscular Therapy in Lake Forest, CA, in 2006; specializing in Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, and Swedish and Sports Massage. Ken is a certified massage therapist licensed to practice in California through the California Massage Therapy Council and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.

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3151 Airway Avenue, P-1 Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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Client Testimonials

“Ken is an exceptional massage therapist! As a former professional ballet dancer and current college dance professor, I need a therapist who has great awareness of the body and really understands how to promote healing within it. Ken provides that and more! He was able to relieve my pain from hip and knee injuries as well as educate me on stretching and therapy techniques. I have been a recipient of massages for over 25 years and have never found a therapist that is as invested as Ken! I would highly recommend him to anyone seeking pain relief!”

– Amy Nakamura

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Tips on Healthy Muscles for a Happy Life

Stay Hydrated

It's no secret the majority of Americans are chronically dehydrated. The Mayo clinic recommends 101 ounces of water of an active male and 74 ounces for the active female. Dehydration decreases our muscle elasticity causing our body to pop and crack. Instead of seeking the fountain of youth just head to the water fountain, you'll be amazed how good you'll feel.

Stretch Daily

Stretching is so incredibly important to muscle health and vitality that some religions have developed around this practice of stretching. The ancient Hindu's believed stretching promoted inner peace and brought us closer to our divine nature. Harvard Medical promotes stretching your mobility muscles such as your calves, hamstrings, hip flexors in the pelvis and quadriceps in the front of the thigh. And of course don't forget your neck, lower back and shoulders.

Balanced Diet

Sure, you knew this was coming but it wasn't for the proliferation of fast food, junk food and processed food in our diet this would be a moot point. Eating plenty of leafy green vegetables, fresh fruit, nuts, seeds and healthy protein and complex carbs will not only make you feel nourished but provide your body with the right building blocks for healthy muscle growth.

Relax and Destress

When we are stressed the body has a tendency to ``hold on`` to this stress within our muscles. Muscle pain, tension, headaches and stiffness can very well be the result of stress-response hyperstimulation and not a physical injury. This can have a damaging cumulative effect on the body over time, unless we deal with it today. Make it a point each day to find ways to destress such as meditation, walking, practicing mindfulness, reading, taking a hot bath or swimming. Find your happy place and make it part of your routine to visit it.