Sports Massage in Cedar Mill


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  • Spa Sassé
    From the street, Spa Sass? is barely distinguishable from the other little black awnings and narrow storefronts. But step inside, and the narrow storefront opens up into a 5,000-square-foot refuge from the downtown bustle. Guests are encouraged to arrive 15 minutes early for their appointment, giving them ample time to slip into fluffy robes and slippers and sip complimentary juice or tea before being ushered into a private treatment room. Here, aestheticians strive to ensure a soothing experience by treating skin with the utmost delicacy. They nourish it with natural ingredients such as honey, cacao, and Dead Sea salts, and, during laser hair removal, they wield the SoftLight laser, whose beams are gentle enough to zap hair from faces without damaging pores.
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    630 SW Alder St
    Portland, OR US
  • Zama Massage
    Today's Groupon restores your body to a state of relaxed joyousness unlike any since you got your braces removed and never had to see Dr. Marshall again, except at softball games. For $40, you get a 60-minute full-body massage and Thai herbal aroma treatment at Zama Massage (an $80 value). Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
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    2149 NE Broadway St
    Portland, OR US
  • Diva Den Studio
    Diva's friendly instructors will provide an intense aerobic workout designed to build confidence, improve muscle tone, and spruce up your strut. Classes are designed for small groups, allowing instructors to provide personalized attention and ensure that no one gets lost and eaten by bears. Cavort through the cabaret-style moves of Boo-YA Burlesque, hula through Hoopnotica, or use a fabric hammock to bend and stretch in the aerial yoga class. Classes are scheduled throughout the week, allowing even the busiest of beekeepers to savor the sweet nectar of fitness.
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    11959 SW Garden Pl
    Portland, OR US
  • Healing Spirit Touch
    As often as they unwind knots in muscles, the staffers at Healing Spirit Touch also smooth out harder-to-find tangles in their clients? minds by presenting a slate of soothing services. The end goal of their holistic treatments remains the same, however: balance. Owners Barb Pickle and Hannah Heacock, along with their fellow therapists, administer a wide variety of massage and energy services, from reflexology to reiki and clairvoyant readings. They customize their services to the needs of each client through consultations, intuition, and specific tools. For example, different aromatherapy oils can augment massages with their respective effects: lavender causes calm, rosemary breeds positive vibes, and frankincense tells you what people named Frank smell like. Barb carries that sense of harmony outside her center as well, conducting classes on the Colonial Office Campus that make use of her center's wellness strategies. A video tour of the facilities and its services can be seen on the their website.
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    10151 SW Barbur Blvd.
    Portland, OR US
  • Debra Oden Massage, LMT 8030
    When she isn't paddling a dragon boat down the Willamette River, licensed massage therapist Debra Oden helps her clients navigate the turbulent waters of stress, chronic pain, and injury toward relaxation. She customizes a fresh approach for every patient?drawing from more than 10 years of bodywork experience?whether visitors simply wish to relax or have recently injured themselves attempting to crab-walk up an escalator. To supplement her mastery of Swedish strokes and specialty styles such as pregnancy massage, she holds certifications in shiatsu, deep-tissue, and neuromuscular therapies. This leads to highly flexible wellness plans?guests might stop in for a one-time appointment or schedule recurring sessions that steadily unwind knots of tension. Regardless of the condition she treats, however, Debra's ultimate goal remains the same: to improve her clients? quality of life.
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    8023 NE Glisan St.
    Portland, OR US
  • Integration Massage and Bodywork
    What would be more of a relief: to ease the pain of sore muscles or to target what's causing them to be sore? According to licensed therapist Rosi Goldsmith, it's the latter. She's adept at varied massage modalities that help relieve the body of muscular pain, but she also focuses on what she calls "tension patterns." She works with clients to bring better awareness of their bodies, and how they might be perpetuating chronic pain with poor posture or by always carrying their bag on their heads. Integration therapies such as ortho-bionomy help her identify these causes and help bring clients into better body balance.
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    2929 SW Multnomah Blvd
    Portland, OR US