Massage is a deeply restorative and relaxing therapy that is beneficial for the connective tissue, lymphatic and nervous systems, supporting both physical and emotional wellbeing. Our massage therapists offer a unique array of techniques including deep tissue, sports massage, injury recovery, pregnancy massage, shiatsu, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy and tui na.
Meet Our Massage Therapists
Each of our massage therapists is trained in multiple modalities, guaranteeing that you receive exactly the care your body needs, each and every massage.
JESS EVANS studied Massage and Bodywork Therapy at East West College for the Healing Arts (2013) followed by the study of Zen and Quantum Shiatsu. Her work addresses the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of how we are engaging with our life, how that may be showing up in our bodies as pain and dis-ease, and how we can notice and inhabit this discomfort in order to heal and move in our lives with increased freedom. READ MORE
Jason Emery Moore trained at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. Known around the world for its flowing and integrative style, Esalen Massage® sets the bar for what massage can be. Combining long, full body strokes and integrated stretching, this style creates a deep quality of balance with each session. Indeed, he "fell through the table" during his first session! His approach makes him particularly effective treating trigger points, spinal misalignment and chronic pain as well as PTSD-related physiological conditions. READ MORE
NEVA OSTERLOH is passionate about promoting and practicing self-care, which she defines as living a whole and balanced life, and about sharing what she learns with others. Her approach to massage is gentle, compassionate and deeply present. She specializes in a deep and flowing style to provide both a therapeutic and relaxing treatment, and is influenced by Thai medicine and massage techniques. Neva enjoys working closely with her clients to identify the pressure and approach best suited to each body.
Portland Healing Space massage therapist Stephanie O’Donnell Peters creates just the mix of techniques – relaxation massage, Swedish massage, deep tissue massage and craniosacral therapy – to restore both underworked and overworked muscles. READ MORE
Kelcy began practicing massage after graduating from Kalamazoo Center for the Healing Arts, back in her home state of Michigan, in 2009. Since moving to Portland in 2011, she has increased her skill set with a variety of modalities, including Craniosacral Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial release, and Cupping. READ MORE
Learn More About Massage Therapy
How do I know what kind of massage to request?
Speak with your massage therapist at the beginning of your appointment. Together you can determine what massage techniques will best address your concerns. Or simply lie down, get cozy and leave our highly professional practitioners customize the massage to what they sense you need.