Andre Studer, CMT, PTA, RMT & Health Coach

Certified Medical Massage Therapist, Physical Therapy Aide, Optavia Health Coach and Reiki Master

Health Coach

Canoga Park, CA

Recent Reviews

5.0 of 5 (1)
I've been treated by Andre on very regular bases during the last two years and my muscular problems have improved from being suffering from chronic pain to have less to close to no pain in certain muscle groups. My involvement in with the Special Forces placed a lot of stress onto my body and I was later involved in a motorcycle accident which damaged my back. I seen many therapist, chiropractors, masseuses, doctors, specialists and others during this time. Nothing has really help to deal with the pain. I had back surgery in 2007 to my lower back and spent hundreds of hours of physical training to be able to minimize the constant pain my injury and muscle tension inflict upon me. Since have Andre working on me on regular bases I have felt more improvement than through any other treatment. I would very highly recommend Andre to anyone who needs relief from muscle ache, stiffness, headaches, stress or other join or muscle issues. His knowledge and care for his customers are unmatched! Thanks, C Andersson - Santa Monica

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Practice Locations & Hours


West Hills
24303 Woolsey Canyon Rd, 91, West Hills CA 91304, United States
Mon: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tue: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wed: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thu: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Fri: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Learn More About Andre Studer, CMT, PTA, RMT & Health Coach

About me

The whole concept of Health Wellness N' Happiness as a mobile massage service, or better known as HWH Mobile Massage (www.HWHMobileMassage.com), began to evolve in my mind at Southern California Health Institute (SOCHI) where I went to school for Massage and Physical Therapy Aide training. I wanted to open my own business to be my own boss because I already had my Bachelors. degree that included a Business Administration minor and I personally like to plan and structure my own schedule because I love to travel. But soon I noticed the high startup and overhead costs of opening my own store front and began to think more precisely into how can I get this business all started. First, I needed to get my distinct style of medical massage known by the people, and I accomplished this by working vigorously in a wide variety of holistic healthcare clinics and/or spas. So besides my 25 years of previous hands on amateur massage therapy experience, before I went to massage school, I gained 5 more years of professional hands on experience as a Certified Massage Therapist (CMT) and I found my particular niche for Medical Massage and a Sports Therapy combination. Along the way, I happen to meet and work alongside of many fine therapists, practitioners and/or doctors, who I have always seen eye to eye with. They soon realized that their clientele came to appreciate the fine skill set of the medical massage and sports therapy modalities that I practiced and through this gateway I began to build a clientele list by word of mouth that was extraordinary. I also massaged for almost 2 years at SOCHI for free to pay off my student debt and accumulate even more clients who appreciated my abilities. All this together with superior and professional table side manners it was soon noticed that I had the abilities to soften up ones soft tissues like they have never seen before. For the most part, a majority of people who have found their way onto my table fully came to understand the difference and the true meaning of Medical Massage versus a general massage. And for you I invite you to experience that same technique that I truly believe is a one of a kind Deep Tissue massage therapy session.

My Philosophy of Care

My inspiration for becoming a Medical Massage Therapist and Reiki Master are that over my 40 plus years on this planer I never knew what my calling really was. I was young man in the 1990’s who played many years of football in my tenure as a defensive front man for my team. But I had more information that the ordinary football player who felt all the injuries from his ankle’s, to his shins a quadricep strain every season because I liked to go out early and punt the ball with the kickers. Constant stingers in my shoulders and neck along with a reoccurring right shoulder subluxation problem when it surfaced in the game prior to my last at Joh Burroughs High School. I played 3 more years as a Vaquero at Glendale College where my football days were cut short due to a roll over collision on an LA freeway a month after I turned 21. The pain through my life was severe but I never stopped looking for my calling. I continued to get my bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering having an emphasis in management and safety in an industrial environment. A triple minor in Business Administration, Computer Information Systems and Geology, which I know it’s sounds strange but it real interesting when I get to talking during a road trip. I graduated right before the industrial decline of America when many companies closed their doors due to the rising cost of materials and labor inside our country. I found myself competing with engineers with 30 plus years of experience to my right out of school but super knowledgeable and proficient. I practiced massage therapy on fellow team mates to help them with pain from the physical sport of football, but I never saw myself as a therapist. I found myself looking for what really interested me and in 2013 I found myself looking into going to Southern California Health Institutes Physical Therapy Assistants program. From there it was all downhill and I felt my skills from over 20 years of amateur work build in the field by helping others and practically anyone who said my neck, or my shoulder is bothering me. I could fix it then and it’s an area of specialty today. If you’d like I will explain what I’m doing each step of the way and trust me that nagging pain that’s been there for years will simply be managed. Anything from Sciatic pains to hips or low back issues, its all in how that body’s soft tissues are arranged, and massage therapy can fix it all.

What You Can Expect On Your First Visit

This answer all depends on what type of massage is preferred. If you love Deep Tissue, I will amaze you! I promise you that you have never felt a deep tissue massage until you have received one from me. I will leave you feeling exhausted… Maybe beat up, but so ready to sink into a hot tub or head for bed. I’m a bit heavy handed but I know what you soft tissues can take and need. It might not register in your brain as relaxing, but most medical massages mixed with sports therapy are not going to be relaxing. But you certainly will love me in the morning!

My Inspiration

You’ve got to try it! I guarantee my work and if your physical body does not feel better in the following days I will give you a free massage to make certain that I did not miss a thing!


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Questions & Answers

Andre Studer, CMT, PTA, RMT & Health Coach Answers
Massage, Proper Stretching, Good water intake and a Balanced diet. It sounds like an old nagging injury and inflammation of that area on your Hamstring muscles or your Hamstring tendon is inflamed from inadequate nutrition. Sugar is the cause of this and I had the same issue. When I balanced my diet and cut sugars out the pains disappeared quickly. Plus I do get regular massages too. I suggest proper diet and massage therapy!
Andre Studer, CMT, PTA, RMT & Health Coach Answers
Find a park with a gradual decline to it (not more than 15 degrees), Mark your sprinting distance and sprint 20 times up it. On the 20th trip up you stop at the other end. Stretch your legs and run 10 sprints down hill. This will both build your muscles in your legs and lengthen them to teach your legs how to turn over faster so you do not fall on your face. It go me from a 5.5 sec, 40 yard dash to a 4.85 sec, 40 in one summer back in the day when I played football.
Andre Studer, CMT, PTA, RMT & Health Coach Answers
Regular Massage Therapy will keep your muscles properly relaxed and able to meet the demand you put upon them with training and actually running the distance. It's better than stretching which I strongly discourage before an athletic event because you train to build your muscles strength and much like a rubber band if you stretch the muscle out is looses it's explosive ability to kick it into high gear. Warm up and cool down yes. Stretch muscles to relax it and keep it's power with warming up!

Andre Studer Reviews

5.0 of 5 (1)
I've been treated by Andre on very regular bases during the last two years and my muscular problems have improved from being suffering from chronic pain to have less to close to no pain in certain muscle groups. My involvement in with the Special Forces placed a lot of stress onto my body and I was later involved in a motorcycle accident which damaged my back. I seen many therapist, chiropractors, masseuses, doctors, specialists and others during this time. Nothing has really help to deal with the pain. I had back surgery in 2007 to my lower back and spent hundreds of hours of physical training to be able to minimize the constant pain my injury and muscle tension inflict upon me. Since have Andre working on me on regular bases I have felt more improvement than through any other treatment. I would very highly recommend Andre to anyone who needs relief from muscle ache, stiffness, headaches, stress or other join or muscle issues. His knowledge and care for his customers are unmatched! Thanks, C Andersson - Santa Monica





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