Our skilled practitioners are committed to creating space for everyone to relax, find peace, and enjoy freedom from chronic pain. Each therapist has combined their own strengths and body work skills into a specialized treatment that is customized to your specific needs. Choose the treatment that sounds most appealing to you, and please contact us if you have any questions!
60 min. session: $95
90 min. session: $140
We accept motor vehicle, workers compensation and most major health insurance plans! Please email us at email@example.com to get setup to use your insurance with us today!
If you are a new client please email or text to book with Julie for the first session.
Cellular and muscular memory are powerful guides for every practitioner to utilize when facilitating the healing process. I like to imagine massage as an ongoing conversation between the therapist and the body. I believe the body, in its most relaxed state, will volunteer information. Just as the joys of living are easily seen by the twinkle in one’s eye, the pathways carved by stress or chronic pain are truly written on the body....more
I specialize in injury treatment and do my best to utilize my experience in Trigger Point and Deep Tissue therapies to work on acute as well as chronic conditions. I have recently added to my tool bag with a course in Sports Massage in which I worked with athletes at PSU to fine tune my approach to different types of injuries. I always try to maintain a balance of ease and relaxation with deeper work so that you will always leave feeling more free on all levels.
Julie accepts insurance: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, HealthNet, Providence, AshN, PacificSource and LifeWise, ODS and PIP (PIP is Motor Vehicle Accident Coverage)
*Please call your insurance and verify that they cover massage therapy and if you need a prescription, let Julie know if you will be using insurance prior to your appointment!
Credentials: The Evergreen State College: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 2005
The Savannah School of Massage Therapy: Certificate in Massage Therapy 2008
Licensed in Oregon on 9/9/2009
The Oregon School of Massage
Completed “Sports Massage for the Treatment Room”
including hands on Sports Massage Training with PSU Athletes
Julie will address your stress and tension with a combination of hot stones, deep tissue and gentle stretching to help you work through injuries or chronic pain. The goal of each session is to meet your individual needs at any given time. ...more Julie will tailor the hour based on your report for the day/week/month or year to ensure that you leave feeling relaxed and more pain free! All of Julie’s sessions include a heated towel to ease tension held in the neck and head as well as focus work on the neck, head and face. *Julie recommends booking more time if you have more than one area of your body that needs extra attention or if you are just feeling like you need the extra time to relax. ...less
A world traveler, Lise’s training as a healer spans the globe. She lived in Asia for nearly ten years where she studied and was exposed to various Asian healing and bodywork techniques, specifically traditional Thai massage, Chinese acupuncture, Shiatsu and Ayurveda. A large part of her travels to India were focused on the practice of Ayurveda, India’s ancient healthcare system. After her time in the Far East, Lise settled in Spain where she devoted her time to mothering, learning Spanish, and applying all she learned to the practice of daily life and child rearing....more
Lise’s path finally led her and her young daughter to Portland. Arriving with the intention to continue her training in the natural healing arts, she attended the Oregon School of Massage to become a licensed massage therapist. She is also a Reiki practitioner and is a certified Ayurvedic lifestyle counselor. Her passion for and knowledge of Asian bodywork and Ayurveda are an ever-present influence in her approach to massage and wellness.
Creator of UMAY, a skincare line made of all natural, organic, botanical ingredients, Lise believes if given the tools and space to nourish health, individuals can achieve their own unique sense of wellness, balance, and harmony. The UMAY product line seeks to enhance wellness through complex synergistic blends of essential oils specifically crafted to address diverse needs.
Lise is a lifelong student and practitioner of the healing arts. She is thrilled to share her wealth of experience to help her clients cultivate health and wholeness utilizing a fusion of the diverse healing modalities that have had the biggest influence on her....less
Lise combines the soothing, relaxing long strokes of Swedish massage with a focus on shiatsu meridians,
compressions, and passive stretching, to create the perfect blend of “East meets West” body work ...more
traditions. Each session will be directed by your individual needs as Lise will pay special attention to optimizing
the flow of “chi” and removing blockages to ultimately assist your body’s release of muscular
tension. Also drawing from her background in Ayurveda, Lise will personalize the use of massage oil based on
your intake information. Resulting in an experience which will you feeling more relaxed and whole.
* Each session includes a hot towel and hot stones ...less
I am a Midwest native with a deep love for helping things grow. I came to Portland with a degree in Landscape Architecture and through non-profit work realized my attraction to bodywork, a unique form of art with a living medium, the human body. I believe that touch is an important part of the healing process & have witnessed the profound changes that massage can initiate. My personal style combines elements of Deep Tissue, Acupressure, & Swedish massage to create a relaxing & restorative treatment for each individual.
Katie also offers on site massage in your home and office! Text or email for more information.
Katie’s session focuses on pain relief for the upper body. Tension in your neck, back, shoulders and arms will first be melted away with hot stones. She will then ease into deeper knots & areas of ...more pain with deep tissue techniques. This session is wonderful for those suffering from repetitive stress injuries or chronic pain issues. *For individuals with specific low back issues, we recommend this longer session which also includes 30 minutes of hip work....less
Originally from the Washington DC area, I came to the practice of massage after 9 years in the social work field here in Portland – looking to continue on a collaboratively healing path, but in a more tangible way. I have been in practice since 2005 working closely with Mark Sepulveda, DC and David Panzer, DC at Baseline Chiropractic in Beaverton and also at wellness centers in NE Portland. I have experience working with a diverse clientele and an array of injuries/conditions acute to chronic, major to minor, relaxation, pain reduction and rehabilitation....more
My goal for each session is to "listen" carefully to your verbal and nonverbal feedback and ease your body through a deeply balancing session. I am always working with an eye out for the key muscles that may be involved in chronic pain patterns – what a relief it is to find and address those spots that make themselves known throughout the day – tightness in the neck and shoulders, that spot in the low back that twinges when you bend forward, or maybe the heavy, sluggish feeling in your arms/legs by the end of the day. Regular clients have called my work: present, intuitive, gently effective, and full of care and attention to detail.
I accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield insurance and PIP from motor vehicle accidents....less
I believe strongly that Swedish massage or what many would consider "just" relaxation massage can be seamlessly blended with a variety of deeply focused techniques (Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Muscle Energy Techniques, ...more Trigger Point Release, Gua Sha, Reiki) for beautifully effective stress and pain relief. Our nervous systems best support our health when relaxed and feeling good! I am currently studying contemporary Cupping methods as well and very excited about the results! And, I will be offering Ashiatsu (wonderfully deep full body massage performed with the therapist's feet) in the coming months. ...less
I originally come from central Arkansas and grew up traveling the country with my family and friends. I attended Nevada School of Massage Therapy in Las Vegas in 2008. I have a passion for learning and adore sharing the journey of healing with my clients, helping bring awareness to their bodies and seeing them find ease and comfort through times of great pain is rewarding beyond words....more
My methods include a blend of structural integration with a blend of more gentle modalities such as craniosacral therapy. These methods allow access to deeper tissue with as little pain as possible. I prefer working with breathing and aromatherapy techniques to aid in calming the nervous system to reach a deeper level of relaxation. I am currently studying botany and have a fascination with the medicinal uses of plants in my practice. In my “free” time, I enjoy playing experimental electronic music with my husband, Abram, hanging out with my cats, doing yoga and hiking around the beautiful state of Oregon....less
Bethany blends the healing benefits of aromatherapy, structural integration, stretching, and reflexology creating a massage session that eases tension in muscle tissue, while calming the mind and bringing the body back into balance. Her ...more work tends to draw clients focused on work in their upper body, hips and feet. Though she will tailor each session to each individual clients needs. ...less
Celia uses the tools of East Asian Medicine to promote health in center of our bodies. She specializes in women's health, digestion, and back pain and has a passion for working with women during the postpartum time....more
Since 2002, Celia has been a devoted herbal medicine student. She teaches herbal classes, creates unique herbal teas and organic body care products for her business Kyra Botanica in addition to keeping a clinical practice. Her education at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine added the rich Chinese medicine tradition to the foundation of Western herbalism. Celia practices with both Western and Chinese herbs and preparations, emphasizing high quality locally grown and sustainable herbs.
Many acupuncture practitioners specialize in fertility and pregnancy, but few focus on the menstrual disorders and postpartum recovery. Celia wishes to change this, as menstruation and the postpartum time are an often overlooked source of physical and mental discomfort. From menstrual cramps, irregular cycles, heavy bleeding, PMS and mental-emotional ups and downs, the discomfort of IUDs or dealing with life after birth control pills, Celia is passionate about helping to restore balance to this innate part of a woman's life.
Celia is a Birth Doula and has been supporting women through pregnancy, birth and postpartum since 2006. She makes postpartum sitz baths and simple yet effective herbal teas for postpartum recovery, as well as providing acupuncture to help physically and emotionally and moxabustion over the abdomen and uterus as the body readjusts to life after pregnancy.
Celia completed her master's research project in East Asian medical therapies for leaky gut syndrome and has treated many forms of digestive disorders such as food sensitivities, IBS, IBD and acid reflux. Herbs, acupuncture, Shiatsu, diet therapy, and stress reduction are ways in which Celia supports health digestion in her patients.
During treatments, Celia uses both acupuncture and Shiatsu to address her patients needs. Herbal options are always offered....less
Learn more at Celia’s website: celialinnemann.com