Christi Crapotta owns and operates private massage practice, Urban Kneads in Downtown Sacramento, CA where she primarily performs hot stone massage and spiritual healing.
Her love of massage comes from a passion for movement studies and theatre. She holds a BFA from Loyola Marymount University in Dance and Theatre Arts and training with the British American Drama Academy at Oxford University, UK (BADA).
Outside of bodywork and spiritual consciousness Christi has a passion for American Jazz dance history, Vaudeville, Burlesque. Weeknights you can find her
Outside of bodywork and spiritual consciousness Christi has a passion for American Jazz dance history, Vaudeville, and actively does American Tribal Style Bellydance and Tribal Fusion Bellydance under instruction of Internationally known teachers, Carolena Nericchio of Fat Chance Belly Dance in San Francisco and Sara Sigil of Hotpot Studios in Sacramento, CA. She also enjoys metal smithing, her succulent garden, ukelele, drumming and volunteering with the LMU Alumni Association.
In addition to moving Urban Kneads forward, she hopes to one day open a movement studio devoted to World and Partner Dance in Sacramento, as well as starting a non-profit production company that would put on Vaudeville and Variety type showcases to raise money for women and children who suffered from human sex trafficking.