Brian’s mission is to elicit healing in an individual on a deep level, emotional, physical, and or mental. He received the call and he is fulfilling his highest purpose of being a healer.

He is a Certified Vedic Thai Bodywork practitioner (Nuad Borarn) of the Vedic Conservatory. He brings 10 years of Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Meditation and he currently attends school for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine


“Brian King has the magic touch. Seriously! I’m usually hesitant about massages, but this experience was quite different. Vedic Thai Massage is not like any traditional massage. First of all, clothes stay on. Second, reiki is involved. Lastly, it’s a lot more active in that you’re not just laying down on a bed, as in a traditional massage. You might have to do certain yoga poses so that Brian can be able to access pressure points and reach the harder to find knots in the muscles while helping you stretch. Brian starts with the feet and works his way up, applying compression using hands and elbows. He also provides a reiki treatment while doing this.
Everybody is different and will have different areas that need more work than others. Thus, a 60-minute session will not suffice. I highly recommend a 2-hour session, so that Brian can carefully examine and focus on the problem area while having enough time to work on the entire body. He addresses these areas and will communicate to you what he felt, in terms of stagnant energy, stuck emotions, and knots or tension in the muscles. Brian provides warmth and has a peaceful nurturing energy. You will feel comfortable and relaxed during the session, and a sense of renewal and invigoration afterwards. 10/10 would do this again!!”

— Paola R.

“I received a 60 min Thai Massage from facilitator, Brian King. I had researched about it before hand because I had never experienced one before. I was a little nervous but also excited at the same time. I knew that my body needed a good stretch and healing! Brian made me feel comfortable from beginning to end. When I realized it was over, it was a moment where I felt like I had to come back into my physical body. So in a way it was an outer body experience. My eyes slowly opened back up and I felt so serene. At peace. Felt brand new. I highly recommend anyone who has the ability to book a Thai Massage to go for it! I think everyone in this lifetime should experience one. And if you can, get one longer than 60 mins! I wasn’t ready for it to be over!”

— Vivian Johnson