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PRESS Dumbo offers the following massage services:

PRESS Pause

Our Signature Massage

PRESS Focus

Back, Neck, and Shoulders

PRESS Flow

Menstrual Massage

PRESS Mama

Prenatal Massage

PRESS Pause

Our Signature Massage

PRESS Focus

Back, Neck, and Shoulders

PRESS Flow

Menstrual Massage

PRESS Mama

Prenatal Massage

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Studio Info

Visiting PRESS Dumbo

PRESS Modern Massage is a clinical massage studio, not a spa. To maintain a relaxing environment for all, please use quiet voices when inside the studio. Please note that we do not provide lockers or shower facilities, your belongings will stay with you at all times. We look forward to impressing you!

Directions by Subway

Take the F Train to York Street. Walk north on Jay Street and arrive at 68 Jay Street. Our entrance is right across from Pedros, to the left of the Bridge Fresh Market. Take the elevator inside to the right up to the 6th floor. From there, simply walk straight down the hall until you reach our urban sanctuary in #609.

Directions by Car

From Manhattan- Take the exit toward Bklyn-Qns Expy from Brooklyn Bridge. Use the right 2 lanes to take the exit toward Bklyn-Qns Expressway. Follow Prospect St to Jay St and arrive at 68 Jay St.

From South Brooklyn- Follow I-278 E to Old Fulton St. Take exit 28A from I-278 E. Take Prospect St to Jay St and arrive at 68 Jay St.

Hotel Guests

PRESS Modern Massage in DUMBO is proud to welcome guests from the Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, The Tillary Hotel, DUMBO HOUSE, The Wing, residents of DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn, Fort Greene, Vinegar Hill and beyond.

Meet the Press: Dumbo
Sharon

“A therapeutic experiences and client-centered approach.”

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Sharon is an NYC based Licensed Massage Therapist from Malaysia. She is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). Her massage training is enriched by her participation in community outreach programs such as the Tunnel to Towers program (a 5K run and walk dedicated to the memory of Stephen Siller, a firefighter who lost his life on September 11, 2001) and the Womenkind (previously New York Asian Women Center) outreach program at PCOM.

Sharon is also certified in Prenatal Massage under the instruction of Kiera Nagle, creator of MaMassage® and Assistant Dean of PCOM. She continuously strives to provide therapeutic experiences with a client-centered approach and enjoys working with athletes, high mobility clientele, and Weekend Warriors.

Antonio

“Rather than using one particular style of massage, I use a variety of techniques I’ve learned over the years that are individualized for each client."

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Originally from Miami, Antonio has been a licensed massage therapist and a certified personal trainer/exercise specialist in NYC for two decades. Antonio grew up doing extreme sports, studied yoga in India, graduated from Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences, and has years of specialized training in myo-fascial release and movement therapies. Antonio provides therapeutic massage to reduce chronic pain and assist recovery for athletes.

His restorative bodywork helps clients reduce chronic pain, feel better and improve quality of life. His work has been featured in Sports Illustrated, New York Times, Washington Post, Men’s Health, Time Out, Mountain Bike magazine and more.

Kat

“Self care is not saying ‘me first,’ it is saying ‘me too.’”

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Kat is a NY state licensed massage therapist and an alumni of the Finger Lakes School of Massage. In her practice she holds a safe space for clients. She meets everybody and body where they are. She offers Swedish strokes with Kinesthetic Awareness through Movement, Connective Tissue Therapy, Reflexology, and heavily integrates other modalities tailored specifically to each body. She is humble, hospitable, and she believes in healing touch. She believes in serving the cause of soul ease through self care and bodywork.

Patrina

"I believe that massage is not only beneficial in treating physical issues, but is also important to our mental and emotional health."

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Patrina grew up in a culture that was heavily influenced by homeopathy. This deepened her interest in holistic and touch therapy. Patrina completed her AOS in Massage Therapy at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2018 and is certified in Advanced Massage Therapies with that school as well. She is a military veteran who became more body aware after suffering injuries during her service and is now committed to learning as well as teaching others about the influence of touch in healing.

Her drive to constantly learn new things pushes her to find new and better ways to help her clients resolve their complaints of pain and stress. Patrina hopes to further her studies in massage and body work to better serve her clients.

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