In conjunction with Wellness and LinkedIn Learning, we have developed techniques for a Learning Path for Self-Massage that release tight and sore spots and help your body function better while you work from home. Please check out our Selfiessage Program - Self Massage & Self Care video series with Go/Massage team member Nova Lee. We hope these videos will help you with your self care routine and make your days more enjoyable!


Go/Massage services are closed during the company shut down and shelter in place orders, and until further notice.

The scheduling system has been temporarily closed during this period of time and we have extended all packages indefinitely.

We look forward to serving you when LinkedIn reopens.

Stay safe and well!

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  • Go to MINDBODY
  • In the Create an Account block on the right center of the page, enter your LinkedIn email account and click on Next.
  • Fill in your profile information and click on the Create an Account button
  • Purchase massages on the Online Store tab.
  • Schedule appointments on the Massage Appointment tab.
  • View account balance and expiration dates on My Info tab and then Account.
  • Once logged in, go to the Massage Appointments tab.
  • Click on your desired Location (Mountain View/Sunnyvale or San Francisco).
  • Scroll down the page and select Free 15 min Intro (newcomers only).
  • Click the Search button at the bottom of the page.
  • Book desired appointment
  • Be sure to put the appointment on your calendar and arrive on time!


Chair Massage Sports Massage
Craniosacral Massage Swedish Massage
Deep Tissue Massage Table Shiatsu Massage
Prenatal Massage Thai Mat Massage
CHAIR MASSAGE During a chair massage session, the client sits in a special chair designed to allow the body to completely relax. The therapist uses a variety of techniques designed to release tension and reduce stress in the body, targeting problem areas. On a very physical level, chair massage boosts the immune system, lowers blood pressure, and increases circulation. On a more emotional level, it can improve sleep and lower anxiety.

SWEDISH MASSAGE This popular massage modality uses firm, brush-like strokes over the body to help the body release dopamine and serotonin, the hormones responsible for happiness and feelings of well-being. The gentle yet effective strokes encourage blood flow within the large muscle groups and therefore enhance circulation and set the stage for true relaxation. This style of massage provides a great introduction for someone who has never had a massage before and it's a standard in the industry because of its comforting, relaxing smoothness. SPORTS MASSAGE Utilizing classic Swedish stroking, pressure point work, joint mobilization and cross-fiber friction, Sports Massage can help to prepare professional athletes and weekend warriors alike for an event, reduce recovery time after exertion and even prevent injuries from happening in the first place. This style of massage targets the muscle tendon junctures and as a result it relieves swelling and promotes flexibility, especially on the areas of the body that are stressed due to repetitive motion and overuse.
Shiatsu massage is a time-tested massage modality, first practiced in the 6th century as a branch of traditional Chinese medicine. It utilizes techniques to help strengthen and support the body's own natural capacity to heal itself. In a Shiatsu massage, the client wears light, comfortable clothing and a massage therapist applies pressure with the thumb, palms, elbows, and sometimes even the feet, to help to release tension and allow blood to circulate freely. The therapist might knead, tap, and help to stretch and mobilize muscles with the goal of supporting the physical, emotional and spiritual health of the client.

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE This massage modality uses slow, firm strokes and deep pressure. The deep strokes loosen the muscles enough to significantly increase blood flow through the body which in effect reduces inflammation, the source of pain. When a massage practitioner applies pressure to a knot of tension, it's possible to reach a sublayer of muscle and connective tissue surrounding the muscle in order to effectively loosen it, and even break up scar tissue if it's present. The muscles "learn" to let go and they create a new baseline for day-to-day functionality. Then, it's possible for a person to experience an improved range of motion and comfort.

PRENATAL MASSAGE Prenatal massage helps to relieve some of the discomforts experienced during pregnancy. This specialized modality relieves back aches, stiff necks, leg cramps, headaches and swelling. Prenatal massage also reduces stress on weight bearing joints and enhances blood flow, balances hormones, and promotes lymph drainage. It acts like a tonic and helps women to relax deeply during a time of physical, mental and spiritual transition.

THAI MAT MASSAGE Taught and practiced in Thailand for over 2,500 years, Thai Mat Massage is an interactive form of massage that eases individuals into a relaxed state of presence, allowing the body to restore itself naturally. The client lies or sits on a mat on the floor in a quiet and meditative environment. The massage practitioner aides the client to move and stretch into yoga-like restorative poses, using passive stretching and gentle pressure to help adjust the skeletal structure, increase flexibility, stimulate internal organs and relieve joint and muscle tension.

CRANIOSACRAL MASSAGE Craniosacral is the most gentle modality offered by Rejuv at Work. Sessions are fully clothed and involve the therapist giving gentle touch to the areas that are in need of attention. Oftentimes the therapist will simply hold the client's head and assist the nervous system in settling into a state of deep rejuvenating relaxation.

REIKI Reiki is a style of Japanese energy work that promotes relaxation while optimizing health and well being. During a session a practitioner places their hands along the chakra's of the client's body. Reiki activates the body's own natural healing process to restore physical, mental and emotional imbalances.


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San Francisco Massage Room
222 2nd Street
2nd floor gym
behind reception
Massage at LinkedIn's San Francisco campus
James Misha Ashley Bruno Catalina
Chicago Massage Room
525 W Monroe St #200
Chicago, IL
Massage at LinkedIn's Chicago campus
Justin Leticia Jack
Sunnyvale Massage Room
605 Maude
1st floor gym
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
Rachael James  
Sunnyvale Massage Room
580 Mary
4th floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
Gail Nova
Sunnyvale Massage Room
950 Maude
4th floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
Linda   Ashley Linda
Sunnyvale Massage Room
1000 Maude
4th floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
  Abigail Laural Gail  
Mountain View Massage Room
Bldg 2, 700 Middlefield
2nd floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
  Serge     Laural
Mountain View Massage Room
Bldg 3, 700 Middlefield
2nd floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
Linda Linda Linda Rachael
Mountain View Massage Room
Bldg 4, 700 Middlefield
2nd floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
Lihong     Lihong  
Sunnyvale Massage Room
479 Pastoria
3rd floor
Massage at LinkedIn's Sunnyvale campus
Did you know that you can use your tax-free Flexible Savings Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) credit or debit card to pay for on-site Massage at LinkedIn? Yes, as long as your physician provides a written prescription establishing massage as a treatment or prevention of your condition. FSA-HSA According to the IRS, medical care expenses must be primarily to alleviate or prevent a physical or mental ailment. Medical conditions that qualify include back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, anxiety, pain management and depression. To ensure approved coverage, your prescription for therapeutic massage should include the following information: Medical necessity (example: to relieve back pain), Frequency (recommended number of sessions per month), and Duration (example: 12 months) Keep your prescription and receipts on file in case you need them as back-up. If the above conditions are met, you can feel good about using your FSA or HSA credit or debit card

You can be reimbursed by the PerkUp! program. To redeem your PerkUp! funds for individual and package massage purchases, please submit individual receipts for each massage.

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