“Massage and Bodywork ~ a necessity for a free and optimal life”
A balanced body helps you breathe well, move freely and love life, every day.
Orthopedic massage uses a range therapeutic techniques to release chronic patterns of tension, loosen scar tissue and restore flexibility, range of motion and postural balance. This form often focuses on one or two goals.
Shiatsu is deeply relaxing and highly adaptable to your preference in pressure and outcome. In Japan, it is sought out as a wellness practice, and to increase flexibility and decrease pain. Shiatsu is sometimes called Acupressure Massage.
Pre-natal massage focuses on some of the unique physical needs of the mother-to-be and is much more than just a luxury. It provides relaxation by relieving stress on joints, easing pain, and helping with pregnancy-related postural changes.
Massage cupping is a modern adaptation of the ancient Chinese art of cupping therapy. Along with regular therapy, large glass cups are used on the back and legs as a unique way of applying myofascial techniques and deep tissue massage.
3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Suite 201
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
ABMP Certified Professional Member
Are you looking for the perfect gift? Remember: Massage is a gift that never goes out of style, and is always a fabulous fit! You can purchase and print customized Instant Gift Certificates. Traditional card-style Gift Certificates are also available.
Referral Reward for existing clients: Refer a friend and you will receive a $15 discount on your next massage. (Your friend must be a new client, your discount will be available after your friend’s first appointment.)
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Massage therapy offers many benefits for pain and stress reduction. But if we go about our day without awareness of how we sit, stand and move, many of our aches and pains will return quickly.
Slouching over a desk, carrying a heavy purse on the same shoulder, sitting on a wallet, driving while leaning against the door… all of these habits can contribute to back pain, neck and shoulder discomfort, and other symptoms. These physical stresses can become “cemented” in the muscles and connective tissue. Orthopedic Massage helps unstick these detrimental postural patterns. Adjusting your habits and adding stretches or self-massage techniques can help you carry the good results of your massage into the rest of your week.
If you have patterns of discomfort like this, please ask for tips on how to prolong the benefits of your massage.
I believe that massage and bodywork are necessary to live a free and optimal life.
The physical benefits of massage are clear: better circulation, lower blood pressure and increased endorphins.
In addition, I see a massage as a holistic experience.
I believe that physical imbalance is the result of lack of integration on one or more levels: mind, body, spirit or emotion, and that each individual can be helped to heal those imbalances.
Massage and bodywork are powerful vehicles for this awareness and healing.
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