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Chair Massage Massage Therapists in Portland

Elizabeth Doty, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“My regular clientele tends to be athletes, people suffering from chronic pain issues, joint problems, and others who are looking for great integrative deep tissue work.
Chair Massage
(503) 342-7298
Portland, Oregon 97209
“Marcie was first drawn to the art of massage due to her interest in holistic health, her sincere wish to connect with the people of her community, and the desire to heal others hands-on. As a graduate of the University of Western States' 750-hour massage program, she learned a variety of massage techniques including: Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and sports massage. In addition to her students clinics, Marcie participated in many outreach events providing chair massage and sports massage.
Chair Massage
(331) 425-6320
Portland, Oregon 97217
Krista Radetich, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“Online booking available! I specialize in Deep Tissue, Therapeutic, and Relaxation massages. I believe your massage should be an experience. My style consists of the strong, deep therapeutic work that your body craves, along with the full body connection of the massage flow to reach your ultimate relaxed state. I believe in full body massages that focus on specific areas of tension, and that breath work is crucial to the overall experience of the massage. Because our bodies speak words in tension and pain, and I am able to customize your massage that best fits your body's needs.
Chair Massage
(971) 409-6725
Portland, Oregon 97209
Jennifer Grant, Massage Therapist  in Portland
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Massage Therapist, BS, LMT, NCTMB
“The purpose of my treatments is to create lasting, positive change in the body. I use a client-centered, results driven approach to help my clients achieve their goals. Whether you are working towards recovery from injury, injury prevention, decreased pain, increased mobility, better sleep, or stress reduction, I can help you get the results you are looking for. Approaching bodywork with creativity and knowledge of musculoskeletal anatomy, my bodywork style can best described as integrative.
Chair Massage
(503) 766-5825
Portland, Oregon 97221
Trent D. Wilson, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“I recommend 2 to 4- hour long massages per month to increase circulation and promote better movement through facilitated stretching. Thats right, stretching is good for you!! Do you golf or play tennis? If your drive isn't up to "parr" or back swing has to much "love" bring your club or racket to your appointment and I'll evaluate your movement to see whats keeping you from performing your best!****MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS ***** INSURANCE BILLING*****Bring me your HEADACHES, BACKACHES, BETWEEN THE SHOULDER ACHES, NECK ACHES, LEG ACHES, ARM ACHES.
Chair Massage
(971) 240-5221
Portland, Oregon 97220
Healing Light Yoga and Massage, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“The primary focus in my clinic is to help you to relieve pain, relax, focus, and find your power. If you are experiencing pain, stress, feeling tired, not sleeping well, these and other symptoms may be caused by a problem with your posture. I have developed my own system to help you achieve classic neutral posture.
Chair Massage
(503) 894-5824
Portland, Oregon 97212
Pamela A Monroe, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“Ms. Monroe is a liscensed massage therapist and certified ayurvedic therapist. She has studied and practiced Ayurvedic therapies, NMT, Deep Tissue, Craniel Sacral and Energy balancing to integrate and suit people's needs. Having focused her education on the therapies of Ayurvedic Medicine, she is considered to be one of the top specialists in her field, and gives consultations to patients and students nationwide.
Chair Massage
(503) 567-5210
Portland, Oregon 97210
David Jacob, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“I have been practicing professionally since 2001 and have received excellent training in several specific modalities, and experience succesfully treating clients with an extensive variety of concerns.
Chair Massage
(503) 451-6195
Portland, Oregon 97206
Julie Campbell, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“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.
Chair Massage
(503) 406-9128
Portland, Oregon 97211
Gina C James, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“Gina draws upon her expertise as a licensed massage therapist, Reiki Master and Spiritual Director to gently guide people to reconnect with their inner wisdom, creativity and joy. Gina's work transforms challenged areas of the body into peaceful landscapes, rejuvenates the spirit and relaxes the mind to deepen into life with ease. She offers spiritual direction, reiki treatments as well as transformative bodywork sessions using reiki, deep tissue, myofascial, shiatsu, relaxation, thai massage, cranial sacral, pranic healing, pregnancy and sports massage. She accepts Kaiser alternative health coverage and MVA/PIP insurance for auto injury clients.
Chair Massage
(503) 476-1472
Portland, Oregon 97232
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Nealy E Pearson, Massage Therapist  in Portland
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Massage Therapist, BS, LMT, NCBTMB, BCSI, KMI
“At East West College in Portland, Oregon; I completed the 801 hour program specializing in Myofascial Realignment while including modalities in Trigger Point, Postural Assessments, PNF, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Structural Integration. I was on the path towards nursing working in the Trauma Unit. There, I realized that my true healing potential to assist others along their unique journey towards ultimate well being, and my healing intentions was best expressed through the power of touch. I now focus my practice mostly for those experiencing chronic pain, motor vehicle accidents, and post surgery as well as those in sports training.
(503) 406-6353
Portland, Oregon 97211
Ashley Hensel, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“Let your mind slip into a blissful meditative state as your body is kneaded into relaxation through warm oil, hot stones, and a therapeutic massage. I strongly believe in the art of healing through muscle manipulation. It is very important to me to make sure my client is always 100% comfortable during the massage. I stay in tuned to the body and slowly strip away built up muscle tension while giving the body exactly what it needs without causing any pain. WWW.SEEKINGSERENITY.MASSAGETHERAPY.COM (Easy Online Scheduling!)
(907) 331-6792
Portland, Oregon 97209
Tracy Lloyd, Massage Therapist  in Portland
Massage Therapist, BS, LMT
“Bodywork has introduced me to a world largely ignored in most scientific circles; a world of connective tissue and its vast neurological and immunological connections. In July 2011 I created The Good Health Collective for people who want a comfortable and professional place to find highly qualified therapists of all kinds, to help them reach their personal goals and feel their best. We specialize in pain relief, stress relief and are dedicated to giving the best care available. Please visit our website for easy online scheduling. http://www.goodhealthcollective.com click Schedule Online for easy scheduling.
(503) 406-6781
Portland, Oregon 97221
Danielle Del Prado, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“Danielle del Prado RRT, CPC, LMT Registered Respiratory Therapist, Certified Personal Chef and Licensed Massage Therapist. I own Apex Bodyworks Fitness Studio & Massage, where we offer exceptional 1 on 1 and Partner Personal Training and amazing Therapeutic massage. My mission is to support individuals in achieving life balance through personal wellness, as I am is a firm believer in the inseparable connection between body and mind.
(503) 444-8540
Portland, Oregon 97206
Katrin Fink, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“With 17 years of experience, awareness and deep listening skills, I have developed techniques of working intuitively and skillfully to help relieve pain and bring healing to my clients. I see patients at my office or in their home. You will benefit from my work whether you are looking for stress relief, have specific pain issues, or if you have been in an auto accident. I am also trained in oncology massage and provide craniosacral therapy and a gentle massage to cancer patients to help ease the side effects of their cancer treatments.
(503) 967-8260
Portland, Oregon 97239
Shauna L Myers, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“If you are like most people, then you tend to take on more in life than what the body and psyche prefer. Stress has different ways it manifests in the body; be it for example physical pain, digestive issues, or emotional upset and disease. It does not take long before patterns begin to form as one bodily system disrupts the other. In my practice, I aim to interject in these chronic cycles by addressing the different aspects of dis-ease at hand, as one condition is rarely a stand-alone phenomenon.
(916) 794-4545
Portland, Oregon 97212
Madeline Chavez, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“Madeline is a licensed massage therapist (LMT) working in Portland Oregon. She graduated from the Ashland Institute of Massage (AIM). She enjoys assisting patients in the recovery of whiplash or other related auto accident type injuries, sports injuries, neck and back pain, headaches, carpal tunnel, shoulder injuries, knee pain and more. Madeline thrives on adventure and believes life should be one big adventure. She is well traveled as she has explored over 25 countries; her favorite country so far is India. Adventures in her life include sky diving, bungee jumping, rock climbing, yoga and parasailing.
(503) 400-7505
Portland, Oregon 97233
Pattie Lo, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“We will strive to make your experience truly unique by customizing our services to suit your specific needs and long-term goals.We develop a balance between immediate results and lasting benefits while providing insight into overall health and wellness.
(503) 766-5728
Portland, Oregon 97232
Susan T Cassard, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“In practice as a massage therapist since 1985, my experience is wide and varied. My primary goal is to listen well and provide a massage that best brings your body back to comfort and balance. That might include a variety of techniques.
(503) 404-3551
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jef Gray Lmt, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“My goal is to provide massage and energy work in a way that incorporates Body,Mind and Spirit so that my clients can reach and maintain their desired level of health and wellness.
(503) 946-5280
Portland, Oregon 97213
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Chair Massage Massage Therapists
Chair massage uses an ergonomically designed chair for the patient so that a practitioner can perform "seated acupressure." The patient does not need to disrobe and oils are not used. The chair allows the practitioner easy access to the patient. If you're looking for chair massage in Portland or for a Portland chair massage therapist, or chair massage therapy Portland, these therapists provide Portland chair massage. Find a seated chair massage Portland, mobile chair massage Portland, or corporate chair massage Portland from these professionals. These chair massages Portland can provide quick relief for shoulders and neck, so take advantage of "chair massage" Portland near you.

Who can practice massage in Portland?
Most states have licensing requirements that must be met before a practitioner (a 'masseuse' or 'masseur') can use the title 'Massage Therapist', and some states require a license to practice any form of massage. Licensed Massage Therapists in Portland have obtained the highest level of authentication. They must complete academic coursework in anatomy and physiology, as well as on the application of massage and bodywork, business and ethics, and specialized massage techniques. The Portland LMT must then pass a certification exam.