Portland Thai Massage
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My clients and I work in collaboration for efficient pain and injury cessation. It is common for there to be a noticeable improvement after just one session, and most clients return regularly for continued results. The most profound and long-lasting changes occur when regular treatments are combined with consistent at-home practices. I provide personalized, targeted suggestions for home therapies that support and accelerate our work together.

I have been studying and practicing traditional Thai massage since 2008. In 2009 I moved to Portland and met my teacher, Nephyr Jacobsen, director of the Naga Center, School of Traditional Thai Medicine. After two years of intensive study with her, I completed University of Western States' 750-hour massage program. The curriculum included college-level science classes, and emphasized Western-style techniques such as sports medicine massage and trigger point therapy.

After receiving my Oregon LMT license at the end of 2011, I opened my private practice and returned to Thai bodywork practice and studies.

read more › Many of my regular clients come to see me for the effective treatment of chronic pain, especially neck, low back, and hips. I begin by focusing on pain reduction with the ultimate goal of pain cessation using a wide variety of tools and techniques. Our sessions are collaborative in order to hone in on the source(s) of your discomfort and address it in the most efficient way possible. In one session most clients report less pain and greater ease in their body, and after a few sessions will often notice a significant decrease or even elimination of pain.

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