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Licensed massage therapists Andreas Correa, Missy Werner, and Kerri Holler use their knowledge of the human body to sleuth out the root cause of aches and pains, not just alleviate them. The therapists rely on a variety of different modalities to tailor their massage sessions to each client. Whether Kerri is employing the intense kneading of deep-tissue massage, Missy is targeting difficult muscle knots with hot stones, or Andreas is adding in the healing fragrances of aromatherapy, all of their services are priced at a flat rate. Clients can select the exact service they want and the duration they want them for, saving them the hassle of adding up additional costs or inquiring about the price for hearty pats on the back.

18365 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy
Beaverton,
OR
US

At Yora Massage, the massage therapists work to relieve joint and muscle issues with two steps: they massage the soft tissue and manipulate the joint itself. Based on Dr. James Cyriax's practice of transverse friction massage, the staff's techniques are designed to break down fiber adhesions and restore the muscle's proper shape, so clients don't have to seek out muscle-shaped Jell-O molds. The therapists work on the surface layer of muscles as well as into their deeper strata while oscillating the joints. In doing so, they can recover a muscle's functionality, rather than just relieving its pain.

1915 NW Amberglen Parkway Suite 400/4th Floor
Beaverton,
OR
US

Founder Jane finds it imperative to treat both body and spirit, and works to holistically usher each person toward wellness through more than one channel. She and her fellow massage therapists call upon a variety of tools while they work, using the vibrational and ionic properties of stones, Himalayan salt, and essential oils to help simultaneously heal and release stress. The goal at Lavender Stone Massage, LLC is for clients to leave healthier, detoxified, pain-free, and unburdened with voodoo curses.

3849 SW Hall Blvd
Beaverton,
OR
US

Hydration, health, and alternate living are the three philosophical pillars that guide Thirst PDX. Though it may seem simlpe, water is at the foundation of many of the treatments at the center. Ionic foot baths help coax toxins from the body, Kangen water helps clients hydrate sans impurities, and water workshops help educate clients on the best way remove or reduce chemicals from diets and household products. Infrared saunas and health coaching also provide wellness-boosting effects, especially once the feet are coached to walk away from pizza.

12625 SW Broadway St.
Beaverton,
OR
US