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Massage Therapists in Beaverton
“Keyne Webb was born and raised in SE Portland. After graduating high school she enrolled at University of Oregon with a focus on Human Physiology. It was there that she discovered her passion for health and helping others. Realizing that her passion lay in a more hands-on approach to healing others she moved back to Portland in 2012 and started pursuing Massage Therapy. Keyne graduated from Everest Institute at the top of her class with numerous recommendations from her instructors.
“Derek Chittenden, LMT, CA Derek was born and raised in SW Portland. Seeking to help those in need, Derek began Oregon School of Massage. While there, he focused on sports massage and therapeutic stretching. Derek focuses most of his time by working within the medical clinic setting and volunteering for sports events.
“Emily grew up in Canby, Oregon. She felt driven to start massaging because she loves helping people feel better. She decided to go to school to get her license in massage straight from high school. In December 2010, she graduated and soon after got her license. Emily feels that massage is a great way to heal from physical and emotional pain. She enjoys playing with her kids and working on her gymnastics skills in her free time.
“I have been practicing for over 10 years and have experience with many different treatment modalities including deep tissue work and structural relief therapy. I work with the KOR Physical Therapy and have experience treating all types of people from high school athletes, office workers, to people injured in motor vehicle accidents. I enjoy helping people heal from injuries as well as just relax and reduce stress.
“My goal is to learn and grow in the massage profession. I am eager to expand my knowledge in natural medicine and the healing arts fields. Because I am bilingual, my other goal strives in getting the Hispanic community more involved and aware about the benefits of massage. I encourage everyone in all stages of life to allow themselves the opportunity to receive a massage. I believe there is always something positive that can be extracted from getting bodywork, whether it be a physical aid or mentally relieving from acute or chronic stress.
“I combine my background in sports with my passion for therapeutic massage to provide my clients with a unique, down to earth, science based approach to soft tissue healing. I specializes in connective tissue (facial) work and I approach each client as a unique challenge. I believes that the most important part of my job is empowering my clients with the knowledge to live healthier.
“Gratitude describes how I feel about my bodywork practice. Before becoming a massage therapist, I sought bodywork for chronic pain and discovered how well Massage, Craniosacral and Lymph drainage work. When there are restrictions in our tissues, the body has to work harder to achieve balance, Craniosacral Therapy helps the body resolve restrictions. Lymph Drainage Therapy is a modality focusing on reducing edema, inflammation and congested tissues. Whether restriction is in the muscles, craniosacral system, or lymph system, I have the the training and experience to sink gently to that layer and support your body to release the restriction.
“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.
“My original intention with my massage practice was to help restore people to peace and wholeness, to come back to the heart of serenity. Naturally, as I encountered muscle groups resistant to release, I delved deeper into neuromuscular studies and training to assist in the restoration of healthy movement and reduction of pain. I enjoy working with people to achieve these ends. I employ Neuromuscular techniques, osteopathic based myofascial release, Swedish Massage, specific stretching modalities, Breath work and Reiki. I'm an approved provider for several insurance providers and I am available for Personal Injury billings as well.
“I am dedicated to nurture and promote healing, balance, and to reduce/relieve discomfort, pain & stress through Massage & Spa Treatments. I provide a relaxed nurturing environment, never rushing my clients, giving a true full body massage, never skipping gluts or abs as well as addressing my clients problem areas! So relax and enjoy, while getting relief from tense, painful muscles...stress.....insomnia...... sciatica....carpel tunnel... and feel awesome!
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.
“The purpose of my treatments is to create lasting, positive change in the body. I use a variety of massage modalities to achieve the best results including deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. I also use gua sha and cupping in my practice when needed to help break up scar tissue and fascia, and to increase circulation. I have worked on many painful conditions such as whiplash, migraines, frozen shoulder, plantar fasciitis, low back pain, and tennis/golfers elbow with great success. I specialize in treating chronic pain conditions, athletes, and those recovering from an accident or injury.
“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.
“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.
“I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 1989 & a Certified RolferŪ since 2001. If you have pain that no one seems to get, or can help you with, then you have come to the right place, and I can help you. I've been working with people like you for over two decades, so it doesn't take long for us to determine how I can best help you. I currently work in SW Portland, NE Portland, and downtown Beaverton. Call or email to work out scheduling.
“Jonathan's practice is influenced by fluid Deep Tissue, TuiNa, Structural, Integration, CranioSacral & deep emotional release work. His approach is a fusion of intuitive therapeutic massage tailored to each clients specific needs. www.jonathanfesslerlmt.com
“I believe everyone has what it takes to be healthy and well balanced in their life. Sometimes it takes some encouragement; I feel I am a helping tool to make the body relax and mind recover. Massage taps into the parasympathetic nervous system which controls the part of our brain that is in charge of our relaxation levels and digestive wellness. I also have my masters degree in counseling psychology which gives me an advantage of being a very good listener!
“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.
Who can practice massage in Beaverton?
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 Beaverton 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 Beaverton LMT must then pass a certification exam.
What are the benefits of Beaverton massage?
Clients use massage in Beaverton because it relieves pain from muscle aches and sprains, muscle injuries and other causes of pain. It reduces stress and helps clients relax, and can decrease feelings of anxiety and depression by stimulating the release of endorphins and serotonin. Massage therapy in Beaverton can help prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep. Beaverton massage therapy can help rehabilitate sports injuries.
How does massage work?
Massage involves working and acting on the body using pressure from the hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearm, or feet of the massage therapist. The Beaverton massage therapist focuses on muscles, tendons, ligaments, myofacia, skin, joints, or other connective tissue, as well as lymphatic vessels, or organs of the gastrointestinal system.