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Massage Therapists in Oregon (OR)

Emily Hiiva, Massage Therapist  in Beaverton
“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.
(503) 476-9457
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
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.
(971) 409-6725
Portland, Oregon 97209
Susan T Cassard, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“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
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.
(503) 476-1472
Portland, Oregon 97232
“Clients who experience chronic pain in the back, neck, shoulders and or hips are the clients I feel that will benefit the most from my techniques. that being said I also have experience working with clients who present with Fibromyalgia symptoms, who require a gentle approach to pain and still others who have issues with anxiety and depression. Massages are completely tailored to whatever is going on with that client at that time. I specialize in a unique form of deep tissue massage called Ashiatsu Barefoot Bar Therapy which is highly effective for chronic back pain sufferers who are candidates for deep tissue.
(541) 876-8041
Eugene, Oregon 97402
“I work on anyone who has a physical pain complaint. My clients range in age from 14-85, are professional athletes, recreational athletes, and anyone who has an injury. I have the training to assess your situation and will refer you to the proper medical professional if your issue is beyond my ability to treat
(541) 450-9978
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Wendy S Truxal, Massage Therapist  in Eugene
“Bringing the modality of massage with body mind integration since 1996 in Eugene : Preventative injuries , stress release , wellness & hopefully some pain release through reorganizing body and mind with massage / body work techniques.
Stacey Mairs, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“I specialize in deep tissue massage, myofascial release techniques, prenatal massage and I also do cupping and gua sha. I am especially interested in helping people with injuries and repetitive strain issues get back to the pain-free living they deserve. When developing a treatment plan I consider the clients work situations, postural problems, repetitive motions, stress levels and emotional guarding. I listen to my intuition and use my knowledge of the musculoskeletal system to inform my bodywork decisions, allowing for the accuracy needed to free deep adhesions and holding patterns.
(503) 782-0547
Portland, Oregon 97214
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
Tammy Lynn Bones, Massage Therapist  in Eugene
“I am interested in the client who wants relief from pain due to muscle fatigue, injury or other conditions that cause pain. If you are looking for deep work that will release tight muscles and your goal is pain relief then I am the therapist for you. I intend to spend my continuing education hours learning myofacial release therapies as well as Cranial sacral therapy. I also have an interest in qigong therapy for children with ASD. and look forward to expanding my abilities through further education and contact with other massage therapist with experiance in these modalitites.
(541) 326-4608
Eugene, Oregon 97402
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 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.
(503) 766-5825
Portland, Oregon 97221
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
Janelle Cline, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“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.
(541) 361-5075
Portland, Oregon 97229
“With over 20 years experience as an LMT, I have treated many conditions over the years, from auto/other accident, chronic injuries/pain, limited range of motion, neck and headache, frozen shoulder, back and hip pain, and much more.
(541) 605-2725
Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
Joanna Martinez, Massage Therapist  in Beaverton
“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.
(503) 928-6703
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Steven M Burbank, LMT, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“It is with respect, gratitude and compassion that I welcome you to my practice. We will work together to create a session for you that will facilitate a renewed sense of vitality, freedom and well-being. Utilizing a variety of massage techniques and the guidance of your CranioSacral rhythm, we will find those places in your body that need support, presence (informed and dynamic pressure) and relief. Each session is creative and dynamic; by listening to and supporting you and your body in each moment, a unique therapeutic session emerges.
(503) 713-5373
Portland, Oregon 97205
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 97232
The Motion Massage Studio, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“"I kept thinking, every massage should be like this! Felix's approach is definitely recommended." - Richard - If you would like to learn to move with ease, feel great in your body, and experience an integrated approach to your overall wellness, you will love Motion Massage. Offered in a serene and spacious healing arts studio, each Motion Massage session is a unique and healing combination of exceptionally effective bodywork techniques and body-centered coaching tailored to meet your needs. For over ten years Motion Massage has helped people heal from injuries, regain mobility, and recover from physical and emotional trauma.
(503) 451-6308
Portland, Oregon 97211
Melissa N Baker, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“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!
(503) 406-3640
Portland, Oregon 97223
Meagan Freed, Massage Therapist  in Portland
“I'm an integrative structural bodyworker in SE Portland, Oregon. I work with the issues most present to you during our sessions. I'm here to help unwind holding patterns, educate clients on what is happening with their bodies, and send them home with self care ideas. I love working with clients that are motivated to work together and changed the patterns that have caused the restrictions and pain. I look forward to hearing from you!
(541) 293-2113
Portland, Oregon 97214

Who can practice massage in Oregon (OR)?
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 Oregon (OR) 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 Oregon (OR) LMT must then pass a certification exam.
What are the benefits of Oregon (OR) massage?
Clients use massage in Oregon (OR) 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 Oregon (OR) can help prevent fibrosis or scar tissue, increase the flow of lymph, and improve sleep. Oregon (OR) 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 Oregon (OR) 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.