After, the initial, 550 hours of schooling I became a Licensed Massage Therapist in November of 2001. My main objective as a practitioner is to use my knowledge and natural intuition to offer superb care at an affordable price.
I believe that by educating my clients it allows them the opportunity to share equally in their care. This partnership is as important as the bodywork I will be providing. With that in mind I offer many colorful brochures addressing common conditions and have a vast library of information available.
As a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, and a Certified Member of the Association of Bodywork and Massage Practitioners, I am required to exceed the continuing education hours expected for continued licensing in Oregon.
Over the years my continuing education has included classes in orthopedic assessment and advanced massage techniques. I plan on continuing with classes, and seminars, pertaining to emotional healing; injury recovery & rehabilitation; depression; fibromyalgia and other muscular dysfunctions.