Davis, CA 95616


Monday—Saturday ,9am-9pm.


(530)761-3091 , offer house call service only


Cathy Caihong Zhang, Certified Massage Therapist




[email protected]

About Cathy

Cathy loves giving massages to help people. She believes that it challenges the body, mind, and spirit while staying centered and focused on the needs of the person  at hand. She states "It is amazing to feel a muscle change shape and soften under my fingertips, and exciting for a client to express how great they feel after a session." Cathy's mission for her massage practice is to help families live a pain and stress free life physically, mentally, and spiritually. She hopes to set a positive example of living a balanced life by taking care of her health, her family and friends, and everyone who comes into her practice.

She communicates with each individual upfront about what they want her to focus on, and strives to be centered and intuitive enough to feel the muscle or scar tissue that needs work. She tries to sense the perfect amount of pressure for allowing each muscle fiber to melt back into a normal perfect physical state, and bring blood flow back into the area. Cathy strongly encourages any feedback during a session. Cathy's goal is  to help reduce clients’ stress and relieve their muscle pain.

Cathy became certified in massage therapy in Jan. 2023 and completed CPR training in Davis. She is licensed for massage in the city of Davis and has a massage practitioners license through the state of California (lic.# 92608). She is insured through ABMP.She is continually taking continued education courses to help her clients.


Cathy has been a pharmacist in Beijing, China since 1992. In Jan. 2023 she began to learn Chinese traditional medicine and acupuncture in Academy of Chinese culture and health sciences, She realized through her training and also receiving massage on a monthly basis that routine massage is part of the physical and mental equation of being healthy. Massage brings balance to the body, along with eating healthy, exercising, drinking enough water, and getting enough rest.